The Bourne Trilogy (BLU-RAY)

The Bourne Trilogy

On Blu-Ray: 
Tuesday, January 27, 2009
Running Time: 
344 Minutes

In The Bourne Ultimatum, the film crew were unable to shut down Waterloo station, so pedestrians in the station can be seen looking and pointing at the camera.

I am not looking forward to what the future holds for the Bourne franchise as Matt Damon has expressly stated that he will not be doing any more, especially since this trilogy caps all of the books written by Robert Ludlum himself (all the rest of the sequels were written by other authors after Ludlum's death).  But, regardless of that, we will always have these three amazing movies.

Brilliant.  The picture is clear and, even in the shakiest and grittiest moments, the picture is completely spotless.  The sounds is audible in the lowest points and the loudest auction sequences.


The Bourne Identity: Featurettes, Alternate Opening, Alternate Ending, Music video, Deleted Scenes, Commentary.

The Bourne Supremacy: Featurettes, Deleted Scenes, Commentary.

The Bourne Ultimatum: Featurettes, Commentary, Deleted Scenes.

The bonus features are relatively entertaining but aren't worth the purchase alone.  The picture and sound are magnificent and definetely do the movies justice.  The Bourne trilogy revamped the action spy genre enoough to reboot the James Bond franchise into what it is today.  The movies just kept getting better all the way until the explosive ending.



Peter Oberth
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