Critic Review - Guardian

The Bourne Identity is a blockbuster without a point... Despite its good-looking veneer, its breakneck pace, its daisy-chain of expert set-pieces, some crucial logic or motive appears to have been junked along the way.

October 2, 2002 Full Review Source: Guardian | Comments (3)


chris b.

chris bobby

what do u mean without a point ur a ****ing dumbass

Jan 15 - 10:29 PM

Allen Y.

Allen Yang

There's a big possibility that you either didn't even watch this movie or you were highly distracted. Otherwise this is another pathetic review. I'm clueless about what you mean when you say "without a point". The movie is based on a government agent who failed a mission on seas and ended up shot and into the sea. Later picked up fishermen, however suffers memory loss. He goes on a quest to find what his real IDENTITY is, while being tracked down by his own people in an attempt to kill him off. Get the point now? Motives are all clear, there were procedures and it kept its flow along the movie. It appears that your review is junk as well.

Apr 29 - 06:18 AM


Johnny Connoisseur

The point of a film is to entertain (and make monies).

Oct 9 - 09:29 AM

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