In the badlands of Asia Jason Bourne (Matt Damon) is proving he’s still just as strong and able as he has ever been.
Meanwhile, Nicky (Julia Stiles) is in Iceland using her technological skills to infiltrate the CIA and grab old Treadstone files, including that of David Webb, for the purposes of uploading to the internet and exposing CIA secrets (ala WikiLeaks).
Nicky approaches Bourne with these files, in the hopes of him finally learning the truth about his past and how he got to be the agent he became.
But her hack was detected by CIA Agent Heather Lee (Alicia Vikander), who alerts the Agency and the Director of National Intelligence, sending them on yet another worldwide hunt of one of their best former weapons, with the Asset (Vincent Cassel) leading the chase.
With Lee in over her head, will matters be taken into more professional (read: old-school) hands, before the secret new program (Iron Hand) gets revealed to the public?
Tommy Lee Jones, leading the Agency, looks really old, but Vikander, Stiles, and Cassel make up for it. On the other hand, Matt Damon looks tired and bored acting in this movie.
The Jason Bourne series continued on its usual action packed pace, and there seems to be plenty of room to keep it all going, but this entertaining movie only gets a 7 out of 10.