The conclusion the the conspiracy trilogy, which unfortunately doesn't quite do it. It begins a little before the Supremacy ends and builds up toward the end of it all. However right off the bat I think that after the second one that the DP (Director of Photography) should have made some better decisions. I liked his work in the first one, but the Supremacy and Ultimatum weren't his best. The cinematogrpahy could have used a bit of work. In many of the action sequences the camera is very shaky and in many shots you cannot tell what is going on and you momentarily loose track of what is happening. The story was a bit formulaic and Bourne does a lot more running in this one. The suspense keeps you bouncing your foot up and down so it certainly doesn't get boring by any means. However, I think it still left too many factors open with Bourne. The underlining climax of the story is remembering the day that Bourne (David Webb is his real name) remembers the day that he made the decision to actually assume the identity of Jason Bourne. It tied the general knot of the story, but it left a lot of small holes and loose ends on the whole. It failed to clarify issues with Juila Siles' character, David Strathairn's character, and left out further background info on Bourne's character which I thought was essential, such as how they trained him, and why he chose to become a part of Treadstone. If you weren't into the series before, this probably won't get you started. There isn't as much to keep up with as the first two, and there's a bit more action, but I didn't think it really satisfied my curiosity as much as I expected. I thought there'd be more to it. 6.5/10 How bout you guys? What do you think?