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The Bourne Identity Movie Download-----------------------------------------DOWNLOAD: http://urllio.com/qz74o -----------------------------------------When a body is recovered at sea still alive, the mystery man (Damon) seems to have forgotten everything in life, including who he was. Eventually he begins to remember smaller details in life and soon finds out that his name was Jason Bourne. What he doesn't like is the gun and fake passports belonging to him. Now Bourne, and his new friend, Marie Helena Kreutz (Potente) travel from country to country in search of his new identity. But someone is not happy to see him alive, and is frantically trying to track him down.Based very loosely on Robert Ludlum's novel, the Bourne Identity is the story of a man whose wounded body is discovered by fishermen who nurse him back to health. He can remember nothing and begins to try to rebuild his memory based on clues such as a Swiss bank account, the number of which is implanted in his hip. He soon realizes that he is being hunted and takes off with Marie on a search to find out who he is - and why he is being hunted.It's hard to believe that back in 2002, The Bourne Identity would rewrite the rule book for action/spy movies and set a new benchmark. There's plenty of thrilling action sequences, and there's also the addition of brains to counterbalance the brawn. Matt Damon, who was an unlikely choice as the spy Jason Bourne, completely redefined the movie spy for the millennium and made himself and his character a household name. Based on the best selling novel of the same name by Robert Ludlum, The Bourne Identity was one of the most successful movies of 2002 which spawned several successful sequels.
The movie begins with Jason Bourne (Matt Damon, Good Will Hunting) being rescued by Italian fishermen after being found in the middle of the Mediterranean Sea with two gunshots in his back. While being nursed back to full health, Bourne wakes up with no memory of who he is and how he was found, but is fluent in several languages and highly proficient in unarmed combat. finds himself capable of advanced combat skills and fluency in several languages. The only lead Bourne can act on is a tiny laser projector under his hip which gives a number of a safe deposit box in Zurich. After he visits the bank in Zurich, he finds a large sum of money, various passports and a handgun. The visit to the bank alerts black ops CIA director Alexander Conklin (Chris Cooper, Adaptation) who is in charge of Operation Treadstone. As Conklin and Deputy Director Ward Abbott (Brian Cox, Manhunter) spearhead the operation to take down Bourne who is believed to have gone rogue, Bourne enlists the help of German woman Marie Kreutz (Franka Potente, Run Lola Run) to initially drive him to Paris with a sum of money but finds herself being caught up in the middle of the secretive plot. While Bourne slowly uncovers how he found himself in his current situation and who he really is, he also uncovers the conspiracy to see through that he is not to be taken alive.
Matt Damon won critical acclaim for he previous roles in Good Will Hunting (1997) and Saving Private Ryan (1998). Here in The Bourne Identity, his career kicks into another gear as super spy Jason Bourne who also has cemented a well deserved spot as one of the greatest characters amongst such names as James Bond, Rambo, Terminator and John McClane to name a few. It's hard to believe Matt Damon was an unlikely casting choice, but now Jason Bourne is one of Matt Damon's best roles.
The rest of the supporting cast round out the movie well such as Franka Potente, Chris Cooper, Brian Cox, Clive Owen, Julia Stiles (another unlikely casting choice) and Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje. Keep an eye out for Walton Goggins (The Shield), Gabriel Mann (Revenge), and Josh Hamilton (American Horror Story).
Director Doug Liman was also an unlikely choice as director following his work in indie movies such as Swingers (1996) and Go (1999) but here his work has worked wonders.
The Bourne Identity spawned several blockbusting sequels however giving credit where its due, The Bourne Identity was the movie that started it all and made its permanent mark. Putting a lot of no brainer action movies to shame, The Bourne Identity is more of a thinking man's action movie with spectacular stunts and more twists and turns than a roller coaster ride. Even after Moby's Extreme Ways plays during the end credits, you still find yourself glued to your seat. The Bourne Identity is still an entertaining action movie from start to finish.
9/10."The Bourne Identity" is one of the best action, thriller, popcorn whatever moves Ifve seen in a long, long time. It is such a fun to watch. It has everything: martial arts and car chase hundred times better than in "The Matrix Reloaded", cool chick that could actually act and most important of all it had that feeling of realism. Yea that's right realism something unusual for such movies.
Matt Damon is an amnesiac who happens to be one of CIA's top assassins. Till he figures that out he has to deal with a whole bunch of people who want him down. Virtually, everybody in this movie tries to kill him. But that's OK for as I sad the film is still realistic as a film can be. Matt Damon contributes a lot to that feeling. Solid performance. I especially liked the scene at the American embassy when he came down from the roof like alpinist. No music, just him and the wall. It might sound crazy but I liked it.
The whole movie basically is about nothing; has no heroes and no bad guys, it goes nowhere. It won't-make-you-think kind of movie. Pure entertainment. Everything's executed at a very good pace, with some great camera work and surprisingly good performance from Matt (I didnft like him very much even in "Good Will Hunting"). Highly recommended.Thrillers have become so gnawingly generic that The Bourne Identity wakes the senses without leaning on cliché and soundtrack.The bullet-riddled body of an unidentified man (Matt Damon) is pulled from the Mediterranean Sea by the crew of an Italian fishing boat. With no memory of who he is or how he got there, he follows his only lead—a Swiss bank account number displayed by a miniature laser device extracted from his hip. He learns that his name is Jason Bourne and that, for some reason, he has a gun, a number of fake passports, and a large amount of cash. He soon finds out that he is being hunted by someone who wants to kill him. Aided only by his new friend, Marie Kreutz (Franka Potente), Bourne scours Paris for clues about his identity and why he's being hunted. He may not like what he finds. The Bourne Identity (1980) was written by American author Robert Ludlum [1927-2001] and adapted for the screen by writers Tony Gilroy and William Blake Herron. It is the first of four movies based on Ludlum's Bourne novels, the second being The Bourne Supremacy (2004) (2004), followed by The Bourne Ultimatum (2007) (2007), The Bourne Legacy (2012) (2012) and Jason Bourne (2016) (2016). There was also a short-lived TV series The Bourne Identity (1988) (1988). Bourne put them there himself for safe keeping so that he could get at them whenever he needs them, since he never knew where his next mission would take him. Marie wanted a student visa, which would require a visit to the local US Embassy or consulate.Franka Potente is German, and the character she plays—Marie Kreutz—is a German "gypsy" living in Zurich. When they are in Bourne's apartment, she is swearing in German. In the novel, she is French Canadian and her surname is St. Jacques. Following his aborted meeting with Bourne on the Pont Neuf, the CIA's head of Treadstone, Alexander Conklin (Chris Cooper), heads over to the Treadstone safehouse where logistics technician Nicky Parsons (Julia Stiles) has begun to shut down the surveillance equipment and close down the unit. Bourne follows Conklin and breaks into the safehouse. He questions Conklin about Treadstone and his identity and, from the answers, he slowly begins to remember how he created the cover of John Michael Kane and planned the assassination of exiled African dictator Nykwana Wombosi (Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje) on his yacht but couldn't do it because Wombosi's children were sleeping nearby. In fleeing the yacht, he was shot twice in the back. Bourne tells Conklin that he is done with Treadstone and orders him to relay the news that he died two weeks ago. He leaves the safehouse, having to fight his way through several operatives awaiting him in the stairwell but manages to get away. When Conklin follows, he is assassinated by another operative, code name Manheim (Russell Levy), dispatched by the CIA's Deputy Director Ward Abbott (Brian Cox). Later, at a oversight committee meeting, Abbott informs the members that Treadstone has been shut down and proposes a new project to be called Blackbriar. In the final scene, Bourne tracks down Marie, who is now running a scooter rental shop in Mykonos, Greece. Abbott had Conklin killed because Conklin was steadily becoming incapable of controlling Treadstone, an unsanctioned program that needed to be kept under wraps. Abbott was already worried when Wombosi told the press that he believed the CIA had sent an assassin to kill him. When Bourne surfaced in Zurich and Paris and started causing damage, Abbott became desperate to stop Treadstone from being exposed. He did not have faith in Conklin's ability to deal with Bourne, so he sent an "asset" (assassin) to have Conklin killed. The assumption is that, when he saw Wombosi holding his children, something clicked. Although Bourne was trained to be a cold-hearted assassin, he suddenly regained his humanity. Another explanation is that he realized he would have to kill the children, too, so as to leave no witnesses, and he just couldn't do that. In the novel, it is further explained that Bourne became an operative after his own family, including his young children, was killed, that possibly being the trigger that prevented him from killing Wombosi and his children. Although based on the novel by Ludlum, the film excludes many backstories and subplots in the book. For instance, the novel's main antagonist—"Carlos", an illusive international assassin wanted for many high-profile assassinations—hunts for Bourne after realizing "Jason Bourne" is but a mere decoy created by the CIA (via "Treadstone 71") to draw him out in to the open. Plus, the book gradually reveals many facts about "Jason Bourne", who is finally uncovered as David Webb—a once foreign relations officer and expert of Far-East nations, whose family is killed by a stray bomber strafing the area. Unable to cope with the loss, he joins the covert paramilitary operation known as "Medusa". After "Medusa" is dissolved with the Vietnam War and its members unaccounted for, David Abbot (a CIA official involved with "Medusa" during Vietnam) recruits David Webb for his ultra-secretive, covert-ops unit "Treadstone 71". It is with Treadstone and under the aegis of Abbot that David Webb becomes "Jason Bourne"—the "new" assassin on the block challenging "Carlos". Unlike the movie, "Jason Bourne" was never an assassin—he was decoy, a counter-myth created by Treadstone to lure the elusive Carlos out into the open. Of course, see The Bourne Supremacy and The Bourne Ultimatim—the initial sequels to The Bourne Identity. There are also the later sequels—The Bourne Legacy and Jason Bourne—Bourne being missing from the former. For other movies that feature other special agents facing deadly complications, try xXx (2002) (2002), in which an athlete is recruited by the government to infiltrate an underground Russian crime ring. In The Transporter (2002) (2002) , an ex-special forces operator, now working as a goods transporter who asks no questions, breaks the rules and peeks at his latest cargo. There's Three Days of the Condor (1975) (1975), in which a CIA researcher must outwit hit men bent on killing him. In The Long Kiss Goodnight (1996) (1996), lost memories of herself as a top-secret agent begin to surface in an ordinary housewife. In Bullitt (1968) (1968), a cop searches for the killers of a witness he was supposed to be protecting. Two cops attempt to intercept a big heroin shipment coming from France in The French Connection (1971) (1971). Also recommended by those who have seen The Bourne Identity are the Jackal movies—The Day of the Jackal (1973) (1973) and The Jackal (1997) (1997)—in which a professional assassin codenamed "Jackal" is sent on secret missions. Also consider the Ocean movies—Ocean's Eleven (2001) (2001), Ocean's Twelve (2004) (2004), and Ocean's Thirteen (2007) (2007)—in which Danny Ocean and his team of gangsters attempt to pull off major heists, and any of the James Bond films. Finally, you can check out Taken (2008) (2009), another excellent thriller filmed partially in Paris, or the Mission Impossible film series (1996–). a5c7b9f00b https://siosmisnonsnakorma.wixsite.com/lidoutnicor/blog/wedding-bells-part-2-full-movie-in-hindi-1080p-download http://www.adhfonline.com/m/feedback/view/El-Marginal-Full-Movie-Download-In-Hindi https://disqus.com/home/discussion/channel-tacarlbaldtova/ming_ming_full_movie_in_hindi_720p_download/ http://www.www.new.animalfinder.lt/en/news/view/id/259850 http://heigravcitverp.epizy.com/Download_hindi_movie_Monstrosity.pdf http://www.mazojiliza.lt/en/news/view/id/259849 http://nalbhardsubssi.guildwork.com/forum/threads/5ba08dd8002aa82e1a2ba978-tamil-movie-teenage-mutant-ninja-turtles-free-download https://pastebin.com/fcbME2qR https://pastebin.com/G2HLffLA https://disqus.com/home/discussion/channel-alpernuifama/god_of_war_full_movie_free_download/
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