A man is fished from the sea and has no memory. He is on the run, but he can use a gun, and a little martial arts like Bruce Lee.
Long and drawn out, with a plot that doesn't even remotely begin to make any sense whatsoever until the movie is basically over.
Brings nothing to the table. I think this was successful not because it's any good but because it was shown during a drought of movies in this genre-ballpark.
- Honest Trailers - The Bourne Trilogy
See also .. I can't remember
- 0:45 -- Mediterranean Sea, Marseille France
- 6:00 -- Central Intelligence Agency, Langley, Virginia United States
- 11:30 -- Leaving fingerprints on the gun..
- 14:00 -- Why would he have thrown his coat away?
- 21:45 -- Casual misandry.
- 25:00 -- Wouldn't there be some outside security on a US embassy building?
53:00 -- Oh the classic little car chased in Paris.
- Also, this is half way through? .. and no plot has developed? How the fuck did this spark a successful franchise?
- 0:55:45 -- What's the motorcycle going to do if it catches up? Push him off the road?
- 1:00:00 -- Dull scissors. Also entirely unnecessary.
- 1:01:00 -- Well he literally can't remember the last time he's been with a girl.
- 1:04:15 -- This scene is brought to you by Honda
- 1:18:00 -- Convergence.. yes, all sorts of things like this can be figured out.
- 1:21:30 -- This scene is brought to you by Heineken
- 1:35:00 -- He should just fuck with them and not show up to the bridge, instead going somewhere else..
1:38:00 -- Where'd he get the beeping blinking box from?
- 1:38:30 -- Well since the thing on his dash seems familiar, let's assume it was with the previous assassin.
- 1:46:00 -- So is this yet another "no women, no children" assassin?
1:46:15 -- Uh, the upside-down John Woo shooting?