5 Greengrass raises the bar.farnzy | 24/05/2007 | See all farnzy's reviews (164)Top 10 Reviewer Top 10 DVD Reviewer Can there be a more talented director than Paul Greengrass around at the moment? Supremacy not only bettered the impressive original Bourne Identity but forced the Bond franchise to reinvent itself. His United 93 embarassed Oliver Stones lacklustre Twin Towers and we have the final Bourne movie to look forward to.Supremacy is dark. The opening section totally destroys any previous conception the audience might have had about how the franchise might progress. A single shocking turn of events totally puts us on the back foot.An aggressive editing style throughout the film helps the kinetic energy surge from the screen. No one is safe. You can feel every bone snap and every car crash. The sound design only helps to crank up the danger and these characters get hurt.The car chase through Moscow is jaw-dropping in its execution. The excitement, danger, and tension is tangible as it reaches its climax in a tunnel.Even more spectacular are the quiet moments of Bournes introspection as he discovers more clues about his past. The emotionial turmoil Damon brings to Bourne elevate Supremacy to one of the best movies of the last ten years.