Movie House Memories

The Bourne Identity (2002)

Episode #152

Universal Pictures released The Bourne Identity on June 14, 2002. Doug Liman directed the film which starred Franka Potente, Matt Damon, and Chris Cooper.

‘The Bourne Identity’ Movie Summary

In The Bourne Identity, after someone recovers the body of a mystery man somehow alive at sea, he no longer remembers his old life—including who he once was. Eventually he begins to remember some details in life and learns that his name was Jason Bourne. Now he also has a gun, fake passports belonging to him, and a new friend named Marie Helena Kreutz who travels alongside him from country to country in search of his new identity. However, someone isn’t happy he’s still alive, and is now hot on his tracks.

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Universal Pictures released The Bourne Identity on June 14, 2002. Doug Liman directed the film which starred Franka Potente, Matt Damon, and Chris Cooper.

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2 Comments

  1. Seems like Lori misses many podcasts these days. Hope she’s ok. Interesting to see Terminator picked, I remember the LTMR where shockingly everyone hated it except Patrick.

    It does seem like the 2nd and 3rd films of this franchise were a lot more highly regarded than the first one, probably due to Greengrass’ more unique directing style.

    1. Lori’s back. 🙂 We all have “life” happen.

      My choice of “The Bourne Identity” was more a summation of the trilogy than as a stand-alone pick. The trilogy is one of my favorite escapes as a whole. TBI was the start and deserved accolades. It was unique in its day. Thankful it found a following.

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