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The Bourne Legacy 2012 English Dual Audio Movie Torrent Download

The Bourne Legacy 2012 torrent

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Torrent Size: 815 MB
Seeds: 138
Peers: 100

Runtime: 135 min
Language: English
Subtitles: French
Frame Rate: 29.9 fps
Video Bitrate: 5428 Kb/sec
Audio Bitrate: 384 kbps
Year: 2012
Genre: Action, Adventure, Mystery
Director: Tony Gilroy
Starring: Jeremy Renner, Rachel Weisz, Edward Norton

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Users review: This is really a case of great actors who are left out in the cold by a director who there is almost no effort to comply, andthe audience intelligence AZA asked something original or interesting. Not only Tony Gilroy wrote the first three Bourne films, but also great Michael Clayton, but here, it is clear that there is a destructive ego trip. Gilroy is more interested in the fact that people can see how smart he is, as writer and director, that actually trying ot , r y entertain, and stay true to what happened with the other Bourne movies special. This destructive mind set, Gilroy forget that you need to hit the actors and material to work with in order to drive the movie ot , on before. Gilroy also greater sin, which is to never underestimate inteligjencëne audience.The andthe script tries brother Dan Gilroy to cutting-edge scientific jargon and clever dialogue, but in the end there are so many inconsistencies and poor characterization that double back twice if you really Gilroy had a hand in the original Bourne Tril gia. The characters in this film, but there you have it from A to B, and none of them, except for Rachel Weisz and Jeremy Renner (You can clearly see that they work : Call of Duty TULARE good on paper-thin roles) is something real purpose at all. Poor Edward Norton just there to bark orders and clear that he is frustrated about his role in several scenes. Direction is not very good, andthe time running gait problems is too long for its Mirena. The action scenes (a few közülüka film) are not good and boring to say least.My Universal advice, if you want a Next, bring it back Rachel Weisz and Jeremy Renner (who both deserve medals for their efforts, it is a lazy, indulgent script work) and , save by Tony Gilroy, who apparently does not respect anybody except themselves. This could be a good movie if it does not.

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