Jason Bourne

Jason Bourne

By Paul Greengrass

  • Genre: Action & Adventure
  • Release Date: 2016-07-29
  • Advisory Rating: PG-13
  • Runtime: 2h 3min
  • Director: Paul Greengrass
  • Production Company: The Kennedy/Marshall Company
  • Production Country: United Kingdom, United States of America, China
  • iTunes Price: USD 14.99
  • iTunes Rent Price: USD 3.99
From 4,492 Ratings


Matt Damon returns to his most iconic role in Jason Bourne. Paul Greengrass, the director of The Bourne Supremacy and The Bourne Ultimatum, once again joins Damon for the next chapter of Universal Pictures’ Bourne franchise, which finds the CIA’s most lethal operative drawn out of the shadows. Damon is joined by Alicia Vikander, Vincent Cassel and Tommy Lee Jones, while Julia Stiles reprises her role in the series.




  • The weakest out of the series

    By Nicholas becerra
    The Jason Bourne movies are amazing and action packed but Jason Bourne didn't come to my expectations. My thoughts were should I watch this entery in the series well yeah if your a Matt Damon fan then yeah this movie might suprise you.
  • Bourne

    By april0
    I have seen all of the bourne movies all of them I do recommend to watch. The only thing I would change the plot a little.
  • Great Screenwriting

    By IUBaustin
    Iconic ShakyCam, multi-layers of screenplays. The reason I gave 4 star is the editing is not as good as the previous Trilogy. Plus, for those who don't know how to appreciate the series, please stop saying bad words which only reveals how ignorant you are.
  • W!z@rd$ 0f W@verly Pl@ce

    By Jolovesgum
    Eye ju$+ $@w +h!$ 5+h J@$0n B0urne m0v!e 3 +!me$. Eye w@+ched !+ 1$+ !n +he@+re$ 0n $ep+ember 17, 2016 & 'g@!n 0n @ugu$+ 29, 2017 & n0w 2d@y 0n M@rch 3, 2019. !+ !z $+!ll @ g00d $py m0v!e.
  • Great Popcorn Cruncher And Movie

    By Gamebro DaSavage
    It’s pretty good but I hate how they made Nicky die.
  • Terrible. Depressing. Pointless.

    By StoryDelver
    Kills off characters for no reason. Ends up boring pointless endless. Nothing really at stake. What a waste of material.
  • Are you f**king kidding me?😡😡🤬🤬🤬

    By puzuti
    The only reason why this movie did bad was because of Shaky cam. Yeah, god forsaken shaky cam. Ultimatum had shaky cam and yet, it is the best rated movie in the series. This movie is no different then Ultimatum, so why the hell did you guys all of the sudden turn on this movie?
  • Wish I could un-watch it

    By G-Mo
    Got this for free via Disney's Movies Anywhere - wish I could delete it. Julia Stiles digs up some who-cares stuff, there's an overly-dramatic chase, she gets killed in an unnecessarily violent way by an assassin who is chasing her and borne in a scene they draw out for some reason - I assume to piss off the audience, and then Borne gets mad and goes and finds out some who-cares stuff about his past. Few movies leave you less happy/inspired than you were before you started watching; this is one of them.
  • I think it was a pretty good one

    By Trashboat32
    It's now my favorite Jason Bourne movie
  • A tired chapter

    By Valkrys
    With Bourne Legacy, a ton of crap was introduced into the story line to make this series as convoluted as possible. Dialogue in this flick and plotline was entirely predictable and stale. Nothing new was added to the Bourne character. From the get-go, I knew this series would fizzle in short order, as almost nothing about even the first flick had anything to do with the book by Robert Ludlum. I liked the first two movies in the series, but decided the bread was getting stale in the third installment. Bourne Legacy was a good flick, but should have been set outside the Bourne timeline, as scenes from the various Bourne movies did nothing to progress the Legacy movie. Now that Matt Damon is back into the role, it looks as if the writers went on vacation and never returned. This series is at its end, hopefully. Somewhere down the road, I'd like to see a remake that both brings the Ludlum book into the modern era and also stays close to the plot line from his novel. I've read about 4 books written by Eric Lustbader for the Ludlum estate to continue the saga, but have even stopped reading them. Not every book series should be made beyond the basic trilogy. Sometimes a good story stands on its own feet and should be left alone. This flick demonstrates why that is so.