Matt Damon appears in a scene from "Jason Bourne."
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Jason Bourne, as played by Matt Damon across four movies, is forever disappearing off the grid only to reluctantly resurface years later and again menace the CIA.In "Jason Bourne," the digital dragnet is tightening around Bourne. The film is self-consciously set in a post-Snowden world. Penned by Greengrass and Christopher Rouse (editor of previous "Bourne" films, and this one too), the film introduces a tech magnate (Riz Ahmed) whose celebrated social networking platform is secretly feeding information to Tommy Lee Jones' CIA director Robert Dewey – whose wonderful sad face at this point has everything good and bad about America written all over it.If Bourne re-emerges again, one hopes Greengrass and company can at least give him someone to talk to.
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