The series features strong supporting characters throughout Bourne’s attempt to learn the truth about his past including Joan Allen, Franka Potente, Clive Owen, Edgar Ramírez, and Alicia Vikander. Collected in one set, available on both Blu-ray and DVD, the movies include several of the short featurettes and audio commentaries from the previous releases along with a sixth bonus disc.
[Universal Studios Home Entertainment, Blu-ray $69.98 / DVD $38.89]
Nearly a decade since the last time he appeared as the character, first trailer for Jason Bourne gives us Matt Damon as the world’ most dangerous man who may now remember his past but that doesn’t mean all of his questions have been answered. Julia Stiles, Alicia Vikander, and Tommy Lee Jones also star. It’s unclear what, if any, relation the movie has to the 2012 spin-off The Bourne Legacy. The movie opens in theaters on July 29th.
It’s interesting to note that the further we go into the Jason Bourne movie series the further and further we get from writer Robert Ludlum‘s original creation. That’s not necessarily a bad thing as the movies have been entertaining, but although there’s certainly a lot to like about the latest entry into the franchise that swaps Jeremy Renner for Matt Damon, it’s no doubt the weakest movie delivered so far.