In fact, I watch them every year and almost never remember what drives the plot of Evan has been smartassing-up the Internet since 2008.His passions include dumb action movies, not-dumb action movies, Shakespeare, and Tyler Perry.Film: The Bourne Identity (from July 6) Dir: Doug Liman Cast: Matt Damon, Franka Potente, Chris Cooper Cert: 12A Year: 2002 In a nutshell: Matt Damon puts the frighteners on the CIA (and the producers of James Bond) with this slick first film in the excellent Bourne series, about an amnesiac government assassin with a score to settle.Damon gives his character surprising plausibility, and Franka Potente is credibly terrified as the ingénue love interest who gets caught in the middle of it all.Released in 2002 and starring Matt Damon in what was then an uncharacteristic action role, "The Bourne Identity" breathed life into the then tired action-spy genre.It replaced all that was bad about the genre such as the cheesy dialogue and over the top action sequences as well as the lack of realism and replaced them with a well though out storyline, dialogue which was clever, action which was explosive yet realistic and a stronger grip on reality that made "The Bourne Identity" a much more believable yet exciting movie than what was being made back them.It's not von Hinten's first role as part of the criminal underworld: she's previously made an impression on TV viewers as a drugs cartel fixer in the American remake of Scandi-noir hit The Bridge.
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The anxieties are very profound," Greengrass explains. When you’ve got someone like Matt who’s going to sell it for you, who’s going to be brilliant and is committed, the feeling of empowerment is so intense.