The Bourne Supremacy

High-octane shakycam spy action. It doesn’t measure up to the studied intensity of the first film, mainly because Bourne has settled into his new-found identity, and the enemy he is battling is known (to an extent) and external, rather than the unknown internal demons he fought in the first film. Matt Damon is still highly watchable, and entirely lacking in Bond suaveness. The fight scenes are close-in, gritty, fast, and dirty. This is my idea of a spy film. (Now if only someone would take up the Quiller franchise…)