‘The Bourne Legacy’ A new super-spy nabs mixed reviews

‘The Bourne Legacy’ A new super-spy nabs mixed reviews

'The Bourne Legacy' A new super-spy nabs mixed reviews

‘The Bourne Legacy’ A new super-spy nabs mixed reviews

There was action-packed board game, Battleship. The sinking. A reboot of Spider-Man back in high school. The rebranded Alien film, Prometheus, that many viewers Lost in Space. And then there was the endless, additional chapters Step Up, Ice Age, Madagascar, Men in Black, what I’m forgetting? Oh, yes! That was the feeling of anxiety that I went to the fourth Bourne movie without having to re-star Matt Damon to see.

The buzz about The Bourne Legacy is very limited, even with the Oscar-caliber pedigree of the main character, Jeremy Renner, and director Tony Gilroy. Earlier this summer, Universal looked guilty as the formal release date was pushed back to Bourne in a week, out of the way to the abysmal remake of Total Recall. Then came a soft box office reports and test a range of less than enthusiastic early reviews. Stop reading them at this time, because …

‘The Bourne Legacy’ A new super-spy nabs mixed reviews

The fourth Bourne movie also liked it. This is the best in the franchise since the original Bourne Identity bow in 2002, when Matt Damon is still trying to prove himself as a box office draw. (Remember, Ben Affleck was, when all the production.) Instead of just a tired sequel, the new Bourne feels bold and dynamic. So, it was officially crowned the best film of the Bourne Legacy of the summer after The Dark Knight rises. Here are seven reasons to celebrate this reboot.