“Jason Bourne” and “Little Men” The latest chapter of the Bournology, starring Matt Damon, and Ira Sachs’s new film, with Greg Kinnear and Jennifer Ehle.
Jul 29, 2016 · Jason Bourne, taciturn and carb-free, hurries through various European capitals — Rome, Athens, London — with the grim determination of a tourist who desperately needs a men’s room but is
Jul 11, 2016 · Watch video · Jason Bourne is again being hunted by the CIA. It begins when Nicky Parsons a former CIA operative who helped Bourne, who went under and now works with a man who’s a whistle blower and is out to expose the CIA’s black ops. Nicky hacks into the CIA and downloads everything on all their Black Ops, including Treadstone which Bourne was a part of.
Jul 28, 2016 · Jason Bourne is a film that, as a fan of the series, I kept trying to like. It just wouldn’t let me.
Jul 29, 2016 · Matt Damon returns as Jason Bourne added to a great performance by Tommy Lee Jones, Riz Ahmed, Alicia Vikander, and Vincent Cassel but as entertaining and action-packed as it is, I felt that this had to be one of the weaker adaptions into the Bourne series.
Audience Reviews for Jason Bourne ½ Sure, after four films in the franchise the fifth is more of the same, a lot of locations, hacking, chasing, surveillance, shooting.
The author had to have spent time in the places he writes about because that is the only way he could have known the subtle nuances that he describes. Of course the last Jason Bourne book was written in the early 90’s when cell phones weren’t as prevalent as they are now. But the talent of the man Jason Bourne is still the same.
The idea — if you can remember back to that first film in 2002, or Robert Ludlum’s best-sellers — is that Jason Bourne is a man without memories of his past, but with a lot of enemies, some of
Audience Reviews for Little Men. ½ Little indie film that has strong young characters. The film is a drama and doesn’t get lost in the Hollywood melodrama world. The acting is top notch, just the
Aug 05, 2016 · «Little Men» is only 85 minutes long, and its brevity works in its favor. The mood is compressed and urgent. Leonor’s 13-year-old son Tony (Michael Barbieri) is a gregarious, friendly kid, and he and Jake strike up an unlikely friendship. They have a …
My wife and I go to all types of movies. For example, we recently saw Jason Bourne, Bad Moms, War Dogs, The Innocents, Indignation, Hunt for the Wilderpeople, Captain Fantastic, Hell or High Water, and Florence Foster Jenkins. All of which were well done. That brings me to Little Men which we saw today.
Bourne Supremacy is an interesting enough read but I was left a little disappointed and unlikely to read the rest of the novels in the series. Unfortunately, without that inner crisis, Bourne’s character is simply not as interesting or as exciting to read.
The New Yorker (Anthony Lane) review [with LITTLE MEN] DVD Talk (William Harrison) dvd review [2/5] [Blu-Ray Version] Gone with the Twins (The Massie Twins) review [3/10] Jason Bourne still offers the well acted and high-octane thrill ride that the series offers, despite not living up to the original trilogy.
What Little Men does well is show the progression of tween and teen friendship — the push-pull, the slow build of trust, the discomfiting approach of adolescence and the larger problems of the outside world.