This was like both a standalone segment and a sequel of the Bourne franchise, but it feels like the final piece this time. If they do add more now it'll just be unnecessary. It starts well, and ends well, and features some crazy chases, action sequences (realistic as always) and one grand conspiracy in the middle of it all.
The theme on privacy in our digitalized world feels relevant, though I expected it to have a bigger impact on the plot, and more so: on Jason. He's as professional as always, and unaffected by any potential tracking devices and technological enhancements they may be digging up. Though why wouldn't he? It's realism after all, not science fiction. He knows what he's doing, and technology isn't omniscient yet.
The plot's not just about a big conspiracy, but also about him digging up a piece of his past, and it being a puzzle piece that just so happens to fit in perfectly with the otherwise non-related scheme and give him motives for vengeance is a bit too predictable... but it's still a great movie. Not a classic. Not like the original trilogy. Not in essence, but in content. It's worth the title.
rated 4/5: fo shizzle