Monday, September 17, 2007

Bourne, again...


Finally got to see this one yesterday, and while the camerawork did not annoy me as much as I had expected, I was rather surprised by the lack of originality of the whole film. Basically, it's just a remake of The Bourne Supremacy.

Maybe director Paul Greengrass just wanted to film the entire thing with a handheld?...

6 Comments:

Blogger Mark said...

Yeah, but it might also have something to do with the lameness of the source material, too. Each book basically the same = Each movie pretty much the same, too.

12:16 PM  
Blogger Bobby.N said...

Yeah, thats what i thought as well Colin. Its as though the books ended at pt-2... and Hollywood execs just made pt-3 to cash in.

It looks like they hen-pecked all the popular moments from the first 2 movies - stitched them together in this film & painted them with a different brush.

Disappointing.

Bobby.N

10:11 PM  
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I remember I've read an incredible episode of Blueberry when I was about 13, surely one of the most impressive comics I've ever read.
Happy to see new stuff from you.

9:37 AM  
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9:36 AM  
Blogger FerdinandKreozot said...

Ahh, finaly.
After reading your stuff for the past 25 years, at last I get the chance to leave you a personal message.
These blogs are awesome!
Well, hi to you, and cheers to your skill, to your pens and your brushes!

Kind regards,

Milenko

3:49 PM  
Blogger NuGoth said...

Hey man
Have been all over the world these last few years and only just landed in a stable place for a while - Devon, UK.
Hope you are well and happy. Looks like you are still turning out amazing work.
Would love to catch up.
- Brian Thurogood
brian@art-in-devon.co.uk

10:46 AM  

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