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Bourne Identity Collectors Edition

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A man is washed up on the shores of the mediterranean sea,barely alive, suffering from multiple gun shot wounds. His amnesia has left with virtually no clues to his past or his identity. Little by little, he tries to put his life back together while trying to avoid people who are trying to kill him


Studio Universal Home Video
SKU 203654940
UPC 025192236327
UPC 14 00025192236327
Format DVD
Release Date 7/24/2007
Rating Rating
Aspect Ratio
Standard  1.33:1 [4:3]
Name Damon,Matt
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Cast & Crew
Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje - Actor
Brian Cox - Actor
Chris Cooper - Actor
Clive Owen - Actor
Doug Liman - Director
Doug Liman - Producer
Franka Potente - Actor
Gabriel Mann - Actor
John Powell - Original Music By
Julia Stiles - Actor
Laurent Piron - Art Director
Matt Damon - Actor
Moby - Original Music By
Oliver Wood - Cinematographer
Robert Ludlum - Based On Novel By
Robert Ludlum - Executive Producer
Saar Klein - Editor
Tony Gilroy - Screenplay
W. Blake Herron - Screenplay
Yann Biquand - Art Director
ReviewSource ReelViews
Review In all likelihood, Robert Ludlum fans will not be pleased by this adaptation of one of the spy master's best-received novels. That's because The Bourne Identity uses the premise, a few character names, and some isolated incidents from the novel, then runs off in its own direction. This film has less in common with its print inspiration than The Sum of All Fears, but, considering the inherent differences between books and movies, that's not necessarily a bad thing. The divergence allows The Bourne Identity's cinematic incarnation to be judged on its own strengths and weaknesses, without being repeatedly compared to the book - a problem that the 1988 mini-series had...The movie has credibility issues, but none are insurmountable in the name of entertainment...No matter who comes out on top, this is the kind of movie where the audience - at least an audience looking for 120 minutes of adrenaline-propelled escapism - wins.
Reviewer James Berardinelli
ReviewRating 8
ReviewSource Chicago Sun-Times
Review "The Bourne Identity" is a skillful action movie about a plot that exists only to support a skillful action movie. The entire story is a set-up for the martial arts and chases. Because they are done well, because the movie is well-crafted and acted, we give it a pass. Too bad it's not about something...I kind of enjoyed "The Bourne Identity." I had to put my mind on hold, but I was able to. I am less disturbed by action movies like this, which are frankly about nothing, than by action movies like "Windtalkers," which pretend to be about something and then cop out. Doug Liman, the director of "Bourne," directs the traffic well, gets a nice wintry look from his locations, absorbs us with the movie's spycraft and uses Damon's ability to be focused and sincere. The movie is unnecessary, but not unskilled.
Reviewer Roger Ebert
ReviewRating 8
DVD, English, Spanish, No Longer Produced
Product Attributes
Actor Damon,Matt
Label Mca Home Video
Music Format DVD
Video Format DVD
Access Hollywood Heart-pounding!
Desson Howe, Washington Post There isn't a dull or dumb moment in this movie.
Jim Ferguson, FOX-TV Mind-blowing!
Jonathan Foreman, New York Post A lean, deftly shot, well-acted, weirdly retro thriller that recalls a raft of '60s and '70s European-set spy pictures.
Mick LaSalle, San Francisco Chronicle ...not only entertaining but also refreshing, a shameless crowd-pleaser with a healthy cynicism about itself.
Mike Clark, USA Today Blisteringly fast, Bourne also has a strong or striking supporting actor around every corner...
Todd McCarthy, Variety A first-rate thriller with grit and intrigue to spare.
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