Bourne is an assassin trained by Treadstone, a codename for a government organization. While searching for answers to who he is, Bourne tracks down a journalist named Simon Ross (Padey Considine) who knows everything about Jason Bourne and Treadstone. This is rather inconvenient for U.S. govenrment official Noah Vosen (David Strathairn) who hopes to start a new organization under the codename Blackbriar, following in Treadstone's mold. Then, Vosen sends agent Pamela Landy (Joan Allen) to search for Bourne and Ross before they can learn the program's disturbing secrets.
When Bourne travels from country to country including Germany, Madrid, France, Morocco, and New York to search for his unknown past, he runs into Nicky Parsons (Julia Stiles) who also works for the U.S. government. Parsons gives Bourne information about what he became.
As the world's deadliest agent, Bourne uses his skills to fight the remaining Treadstone assassins that are ready to kill him.
The Bourne Ultimatum is a sequel to The Bourne Identity and The Bourne Supremacy and is based on the books written by Robert Ludlum. Director Paul Greengrass did a superb job in making everything so real and actually shooting in the real locations.
As always, Matt Damon does a masterful job in playing the character of Jason Bourne. This action-packed film has the most intense fight sequences and the best, most inforgetteable car chase scene that was done all by Matt Damon himself. I was literally on the edge of my seat.
The Bourne Ultimatum is the best action films ever made in the history of film making and is one of my favorite films. So if you're in the mood for a hot guy kicking some butt or just watching a bunch of cars crashing into each other, then The Bourne UItimatum is just for you.