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Just seeing the sequel Bourne Supremacy is a little confusing at first, but it's not completely necessary to figure out everything at first.

The plot is about CIA cover-ups, espionage, and a Russian politician, plus why Jason Bourne can't remember his past and why the whole world is trying to kill him.

This makes for a great, thrilling story and a nonstop action picture with hardly any time to catch your breath.

So for all of you adventure-starved action-crazed moviegoers, make sure you check this one out.

The Bourne Supremacy is a briskly paced thriller, a film that gives the audience credit--credit for following an extremely complicated plot and credit for enduring an intelligent, well-written sequel.

Rarely does a film deliver both action and picturesque beauty.

And although the hand-held camera gets a little old after a while, it does make you feel like you are part of the action.

First rate.

The movie is about an innocent government agent who is unfairly targeted for assassination by wicked secret agents, both foreign and domestic.

The star is relieved by the problems of identity that forced him through the first film, but now in this sequel, he has to use all of his spy craft skills in a battle of wits with his old CIA buddies who are out to rub him out.

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