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Title: Jason Bourne
Year Of Release: 2016
Review Date: September 30, 2017
Rating: R
Running time: 123 minutes
Box Office Gross: $415,000,000
Site Rating: 6 out of 10 stars

NOTE: This review contains a spoiler

The fifth installment of the Jason Bourne film series is the self-titled action film, centered on the fictional CIA assassin, who is a recovering amnesiac. Bourne seeks to find out the full details on how he became a CIA assassin and once again it descends into violence, as he attempts to run from the treacherous agency, who are trying to murder him for knowing too much about their corruption. The movie was well filmed and looked realistic. The acting was convincing.

This film rightly paints the real Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) in an ugly light, as a spy outfit criminally staging terrorist attacks, running illegal government operations that kill innocent people, blackmail, coercion, threats and breaking privacy laws left, right and center. The film is not far off from the truth regarding what the CIA is like in real life. The reality is the agency is even worse.


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