Many of you who have watched the three previous installments would know that the movie success was due to intriguing story and the awesome action scenes. The Bourne movie franchise is based on the novels written by Robert Ludhum. Maybe the script and the director wanted to start the movie on the same line as the first movie.
Matt Damon's not in it. The impression of Jason Bourne is not in it. Damon as well as prior executive Greengrass were dynamic to finish a array with a third movie, though a college of music wants to go upon a franchise, as it has done them as well most money. This is not a supplement or a reboot, though a standalone story about an additional representative (Renner) lerned by a ruthless shade supervision operation Treadstone, who went by practice identical to Bourne's or a impression played by Clive Owen in a strange movie.
Rachel Weisz plays a adore interest. Edward Norton is a antagonist. Matt Damon is not statute out returning to a array during a after point, so this could action as something of a set-up for that. New executive Gilroy blending a strange trilogy as well as destined Michael Clayton, so it's essentially in flattering decent hands.
Anyway, whatever was the idea, the stunts and the scant perceivable story was interesting. The movie (as per the promo) tells the story of Aaron Cross played by Jeremy Renner who is an operative agent like Bourne.