What can I say about this movie, a "Trilogy" ender (we think), and an action spy drama that hasn't been said before? ALOT. This movie has everything. A plot, plot twists and turns that will get you dizzy but not too badly. Action... Ooooh the action. Wow. The movie starts off where The Bourne Supremacy ends. Actually it is the ending of the second movie that begins this movie. Bourne is shot and bloodied and pretty banged up. And it unfolds from there. Many of you that have seen both previous movies and remember the ending of the second movie will like the way the beginning shows how he continues on. You will also say WTF, what happened to his conversation with Pamela Landy? just watch the movie. All unfolds for everyone to see. The physical action in this movie is like the first two movies, only better. The same camera work with that "in your face" action sequences. You feel like you are in the action. The realism of it is mind boggling. The damage inflicted is believable to the point of down right scary. You don't get all dizzy from everything going on. It's filmed in such a way that you are immersed in it but the focus is so on that you see everything, punch(s), kick(s), body slams, stabs, slaps. gun play, everything. The chase scenes are so well orchestrated along with the crashes and aftermath, and it's believable. First you think that there's no way. But then you see what is transpiring and then the outcome and you think, wow, he/they are all banged up and bloodied yet they servived. Then you realize all the damage to them and in a real world they are supposed to be trained military machines of sorts. They are trained to work through the injuries and bloody pain and continue on. He/They limp/crawl away but refocus on what they are doing and it continues. Again the same "in your face" camera work is done for these great chase and crash scenes. Oh, the story line. Sorry I almost forgot. :nervous: The story line is very plausible showing how Bourne is still having his flashbacks that give him more pieces to this very twisted puzzle. The characters involved in this whole "Black Ops" creation and the subsequent aftermath and other "Ops" show that this is much bigger than we first were lead to believe. No not all of the characters are fully... what's the word... matured. Meaning, you see them and know they are involved in a big way but alas they don't offer enough background as to their involvement. Some of Bourne's flashbacks do give insight to these characters. But only a select few get full development, well as fully as they want us to see. Nicky (Julia Stiles' character) plays a bigger part in this (but it is still reserved) but they leave a big question mark as to what involvement did she really have with Bourne at the very beginning of Treadstone. They touch on some of it in a long scene sequence between Bourne and Nicky, they tease us to where we think we will get more... but I'm not telling. Could it be some fuel for another movie? That's a stretch. Or may. Only time will tell. These character development imperfections are (to me anyway) the only drawback of the movie. The movie is serious eye candy for action movie goers. No "out there" CGI, just good old fashioned action. The plot is easy enough to follow and then when you think you know enough they throw twists and some pretty good conclusions. My rating: 4.5 out of 5 OSNN Stars. I would have given it the full 5 if it wasn't for the character imperfections. A must go see for all, but you need to have seen the first 2 movies. Remember, it's a continuation. Otherwise, what's the point.