O que se diz lá fora sobre THE BOURNE LEGACY, de Tony Gilroy:
«THE BOURNE LEGACY is always gripping in the moment. The problem is in getting the moments to add up.»
Roger Ebert, Chicago Sun-Times.
«Subbing character actor Jeremy Renner into a franchise that requires Matt Damon-caliber magnetism, series scribe Tony Gilroy takes over the helming duties with an overlong sequel that features too little action and an unnecessarily complicated plot.»
Peter Debruge, Variety.
«It has plenty of energy and drive, and Jeremy Renner is really good, better as a Bourne-y agent than Matt Damon, tougher and more grizzled-looking, more convincing as the professional soldier who has grown careworn and disillusioned in the public service.»
Peter Bradshaw, The Guardian.
«The same tone and look are maintained, but the visceral excitement is muffled by familiarity, an insufficiently conceived lead character and the sheer weight of backstory and multiple layers of deception.»
Todd McCarthy, The Hollywood Reporter.
«Renner's Cross is a conflicted hero built to take advantage of the HURT LOCKER star's best qualities as an actor - his default intensity, the way he conveys that complicated mental calculations are taking place under cover of watchful stillness, even underwater.»
Lisa Schwarzbaum, Entertainment Weekly.