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Queen Wil 504
10-21-11, 08:21 PM
I read Todd Douglass Jr.'s DVD review of The Bourne Trilogy at http://www.dvdtalk.com/reviews/read.php?ID=35316 and...

I read Todd Douglass Jr.'s DVD review of The Bourne Trilogy at http://www.dvdtalk.com/reviews/read.php?ID=35316 and...

I thought it was okay--not thorough, but okay. However, I was wondering if anyone mentioned that the Bourne Ultimatum came on with him in Russia; when the Bourne Supremacy ended with him looking at Pam Landy through a window in New York. Also, the last part of three is the same as the part in Bourne two. When Pam gives him his real name and the address of the training center, it's exactly the same on both parts with the exception of Noah Vossen and Mike are listening in. Then she goes out in the street and that's when Bourne gets into Vossen's safe.


Also, in part three, did anyone else notice the paper changes with Bourne and the reporter. First, Simon Ross has papers in his pocket. Then when Bourne puts the phone in his pocket, there's no papers. I guess since Bourne now have papers in his hand, it is assumed that he took the papers our of Ross' pocket when he put the phone in there. Then, when Bourne goes to meet with Ross, he doesn't have papers in his hand anymore. This is right before he takes out the first guy. Then, after Ross gets shot, Bourne goes to him and gets papers out of his pocket.

There are a lot of inconsistencies in these trilogies. And they somehow get lost in the action. But the action gets to be repetitious, i.e car chases, fights, bombs, shootings, etc. After Bourne and Nikki go to Morocco it gets kind of boring--until he gets back to New York.

I like all of the Bourne stories, but that's my take on the details.

Same phrases: "Look at what they do to us; look at what they take from us..." in pts. 1 & 2

"Get some rest Pam, you look tired." in pts. 2 & 3