Maaaaaaaaat Damon and Paul Greengrass do Bourne in Iraq.
A pretty decent film ruined and I mean RUINED by the directors insistance that an exciting documentary style involves SHAKING THE CAMERA AS MUCH ASA POSSIBLE WHILST ZOOMING IN RANDOMLY AROUND THE SCREEN.
HOLD THE F^CKING CAMERA STILL.
I've seen steadier movies taken on a mobile phone by an epileptic Parkinsons suffer overdosing on speed.
No documentary is that shaky. No one's eye movements are that random without class A drugs.
The story? I've no idea about most of the story I couldn't look at the screen without my eyes bleeding and wanting to vomit.
My brain hurts at the memory of it.
Look at the trailer that is every steady shot in one go. Other than them it's just caffeine cam all the way.
This one is closer.
Imagine a 50' screen waving around in front of you for 90 min.
Well I'm not paying to be blinded again.