But one cannot go unnoticed that there are plenty of flaws in this movie. Dubbing around with the new Threadstone-like storyline is not exactly inventive, which might makes you ponder if Jason Bourne is a necessary sequel after all. Well, it is not, but at least it provides a serviceable expansion into the series. There also exists somewhere in the movie, a new subplot that could change things in the future, something much like a "schmuck bait" but lack of strong purpose. The story writing, having lost the ever reliable Tony Gilroy and George Nolfi on the draft-board, proves to be critical as "Jason Bourne" is occasionally disorganized, less pacy, technologically unreal and anticlimactic.
Overall, "Jason Bourne" is a great movie if you compared with numerous other movies in this particular genre, but is just passable and merely good enough from the high Bourne's standard. Makes you wonder how will the future holds for this franchise if current demeanor continues. Rating: B or 3.5/5.0