This dark movie is easily the worst of the Jason Bourne motion pictures - we own them all on DVD. The root premise remains the same, "Kill Jason Bourne at all cost", and no effort or cost is spared by the evil CIA Director and his minions to get this done. Tommy Lee Jones arguably turns in the worst performance of his entire career, looking more like a dried-up, evil, demon possessed zombie of a human being, who is somehow able to call a European city at random and set a entire team of killers onto Jason Bourne, over and over again, in just minutes. The ennui is partially offset by the action sequences, with no slow spots of any kind, and with a final denouement that delivers Bourne's two darkest adversaries to him in a final battle of good vs evil. But even that isn't final, unfortunately, because it has a cliffhanger ending, very unsatisfyingly so, clearing the way for still another (ugh) chapter of CIA vs agent who just wants to live what's left of his life in peace. My wife, at one point of the movie, reminded me that George H. W. Bush was a past Director of CIA - with the best will in the world I couldn't see anything like him in Tommy Lee Jones, who should have been appalled at his own lack of acting ability in this movie. So, enough already with "Kill Jason Bourne" - this could have had a final and satisfying ending, the perfect moment to have Bourne given a way out of his past with enough money to give him some sort of a life, but greedy Hollywood just couldn't help themselves but to go for the shoot 'em up, blow 'em up, punch 'em out sequel - with yet another one waiting in the wings. Just unbelievable stuff, guys. If the CIA could do 1/10th of the things in this movie no terrorist plot could survive until lunchtime. YMMV of course, if you can suspend reality long enough to accept the impossible. This movie was made for one reason only, to make a whole bunch of money, and if it does, good on Matt Damon, but it's the last Bourne flick we will buy or watch, Two and a half stars for the action and semi-backstory, plus another 1/2 star for Matt Damon, who is looking old, and worn, and confused, with no stars for Tommy Lee Jones' stilted and evil and terrible acting performance. Can we just please give Jason Bourne a final way out, or did Robert Ludlum not have that in mind for his best character in the three books he wrote? Oh yeah, I forgot, the films are also based on non-Ludlum works, and it certainly shows. Paul Greengrass should also rethink his take on Bourne if this is his best work....it just didn't (work that is). What ever happened to real stories with real acting? All Hollywood has left to offer is explosions and special effects like the smash-up with the SWAT truck in this film - predictable, unrealistic, and trite.