Jul 29, 2016 05:23 AM EDT
'Jason Bourne' Trilogy Gets An Honest Trailer; See What The Plot Holes And Cliches That You Didn't Notice[VIDEO]
"Jason Bourne" hit the theaters on July 28, 2016, and it is still the leading movie in the box office. Now, the action flick got its "Honest Trailers."
Regardless how bad or good the movie is, a Youtube channel "Honest Trailers" will feature it, and it will give you the most honest trailer of the movie. Now, it features "Bourne" trilogy.
"Honest Trailers" features the three films with commentary (of the host/narrator) on the repeating plot lines. The narrator Jon Bailey also mentioned the signature shaky-camera, which was under direction of Paul Greengrass.
Meanwhile, Jason Bourne actor, Matt Damon appeared on "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon." During the show, Damon shared a story about the time he met the late artist Prince, according to Mashable.
"Bourne" actor took his daughter to a Prince concert, and he was able to chat the artist. He told Fallon that he asked Prince if he was still lived in Minnesota. Prince replied him, "I live inside my own heart, Matt Damon."
The fifth installment "Jason Bourne" brought back Matt Damon again due to fans' demand. The fourth installment "The Bourne Legacy" was starred by "Avengers" actor Jeremy Renner. The fourth installment was not directed by Paul Greengrass, but it was helmed by "Bourne" screenplay writer, Tony Gilroy.
"Legacy" garnered $276.1 million in the box office, however, the movie got a 55% score on Rotten Tomatoes, and many fans missed Damon to portray the iconic role.
After four years, Damon and Greengrass decided to return to the franchise. Fans were become anticipated after hearing this news.
Universal Studio decided to release the fifth installment of "Bourne" movie in the same date as last years Tom Cruise action hit, "Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation." The action movie got $55.5 million for its first weekend, Deadline reported.
Currently, "Jason Bourne" scored 83% on Rotten Tomatoes, and garnered $214 million in the box office.
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