There's really only one thing wrong with this movie, and that's the camera work. This has never happened to me before, but I actually started to feel a little nauseous and dizzy watching it. Later, the backs of my eyes hurt. This is inexcusable! Either the director is a lunatic, or the person operating the camera was having a friggin epileptic fit! Even during some of the speaking scenes, the camera seemed to be bouncing around a bit too much. If not for this flaw, The Bourne Supremacy would have been even better than the first. The story was darker, more involved and faster-moving without being confusing. There was a larger cast of characters, and a lot more intrigue. I wanted to give it a 10 as I had The Bourne Identity, but it wasn't possible, not with vomit-inducing camerawork, nosiree. I anxiously await The Bourne Ultimatum, and hope that Paul Greengrass stays the hell away from it. And a final word of advice: sit in the back of the cinema. You want some distance between yourself and the screen, BELIEVE me!
|9/10||newscott13@ - 400 reviews|
25.7.2004 - age: 26-35
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