Movie Name The Bourne Legacy
Directed By Tony Gilroy
Actor/Actress Alice Gainer, Corey Stoll, Donna Murphy, Edward Norton, Howard Leader, James Joseph O'Neil, Jeremy Renner, Michael Chernus, Neil Brooks Cunningham, Prue Lewarne, Rachel Weisz, Scott Glenn, Sonnie Brown, Stacy Keach, Tony Guida
Music By James Newton Howard
CopyRight Holder Universal Pictures
Released Year 2012
Released Country USA
The Bourne Legacy Movie Role Details :
Jeremy Renner is as Aaron Cross / PFC, Kenneth J. Kitsom / Outcome #5. Rachel Weisz is as Dr. Marta Shearing. Edward Norton is as Col. Eric Byer. Stacy Keach is as Adm. Mark Turso. Dennis Boutsikaris is as Terrence Ward. Oscar Isaac is as Outcome #3. Joan Allen is as Pam Landy.
The Bourne Legacy Hollywood Movie Review
I could sugarcoat this and let you know I adored this film, however I won’t on account of I didn’t. I thought it was somewhat inadequately composed. However the redeeming quality was the performers themselves that hauled this out of the poop house as I would see it. Just the same old thing new was added here with the exception of another layer to the Treadstone, Black Briar, and other Government absurdities from the other three motion pictures. This spin-off manages hereditary qualities and DNA control and since this is said in the trailer, there is no spoiler caution required. These hereditary changes should wipe out the irregularities that existed with Jason Borne (likewise in the trailer) and the agents in his program.
The way they managed how they as far as anyone knows “settled” the irregularities is truly what was made this a mind blowing script. In any case, the activity and the acting of the two lead characters Rachel Weisz and Jeremy Renner make this film passable. There was no motivation to cast individuals like Stacey Keach or Edward Norton to this give a role as they included no esteem other than their name to this film. Truly, any no name performing artist could have given a similar quality to this film without paying for these on-screen characters. The plot wasn’t too difficult to take after, yet be set up for a couple of flashbacks to the next three films, which to me, disturbs the stream to the motion picture. The main reason I think they place them in any case was for individuals who might not have seen the other three Borne films. Other than that, I don’t believe they’re required.