I love this movie.This trilogy will be in my lists of my fav movies.Unlike THE GODFATHER TRILOGY that practically LOST in the third movie because of lack of the adapted screenplay,THE BOURNE TRILOGY is maintain its brilliant indeterminated screenplay.Making these movies SUPERBLY REMEMBER.
These plots of the trilogy movies was taken from wikipedia:
THE BOURNE IDENTITY PLOT:
During a stormy night, a group of Italian fishermen find a man (Damon) floating in the Mediterranean Sea off Marseille, with two gunshot wounds in his back and a device with the number of a Swiss bank account embedded in his hip. Suffering from retrograde amnesia, he finds he is versed in several European languages and can perform basic tasks such as writing and tying knots, but he cannot remember anything about himself or how he got there. When the ship docks in Oneglia, he sets off for Zürich to investigate the bank account.
At CIA headquarters in Langley, Deputy Director Ward Abbott finds out about a failed assassination attempt on deposed African dictator Nykwana Wombosi. Meanwhile, the mysterious man finds out he is very proficient in hand-to-hand combat and has a strong knowledge of firearms when he subdues two police officers effortlessly. At the bank in Zürich, the man opens his safe deposit box to find several passports with his picture, large amounts of money, and a gun. With still no idea what his name is, he assumes the one from the first US passport, Jason Bourne. When American and Swiss authorities attempt to capture him at the US consulate, he offers Marie Helena Kreutz $20,000 to take him to Paris, the city of the address on his Jason Bourne passport. In the meantime, Alexander Conklin, the head of the black ops group Operation Treadstone, assures Abbott that he will destroy any evidence connecting them to the field agent responsible for the operation. He activates three operatives to take down the agent: Castel, Manheim, and the Professor.
En route to Paris, Marie, who is nervous and rambling on, gets upset when Jason doesn’t respond to her conversation. He then explains that he doesn’t know who he is, nor does he know what to expect when they arrive in Paris. When Bourne arrives at the address on his passport, he is immediately recognized by the building superintendent, and based on the contents of his apartment, concludes he is in the shipping business. In search of more clues, he hits redial on his phone and is connected to the Hotel Regina, who recognize one of his aliases, John Michael Kane. They tell him that Kane was a guest who died two weeks before in a car crash. A few moments later, Castel blasts through a window and engages Bourne in hand-to-hand combat. After Bourne subdues him he attempts to interrogate him, but Castel jumps out the window, preferring suicide. Marie finds wanted posters in Castel’s bag with both her and Bourne’s pictures on them.
Bourne continually advises Marie to leave him as he’s trying to figure out who he is and why people are after him. He tells her to go to the police and explain everything to them; she chooses to remain with him and encourages him to figure it out. After eluding the Paris police and spending the night, they follow the trail to the Hotel Regina. There, Marie asks for John Michael Kane’s hotel records. Meanwhile, Conklin plants a body in the Parisian morgue to fool Wombosi into thinking Kane is dead, but Wombosi knows that the body is not his assailant, and Conklin has Wombosi killed in his home by the Professor. Bourne investigates the incident, the previous assassination attempt, and John Michael Kane’s contacts, and concludes that he is the failed killer. He and Marie escape the city into the country to stay at Marie’s ex-lovers house, where Jason decides that he no longer wants to know about his past.
In the morning, the Professor comes for Jason. Jason realizes he is there when Eamon’s children’s dog does not show up for breakfast, and Eamon confirms the dog always is around for breakfast, Bourne deducing that someone killed the dog, and soon after he and Marie discover the phone is dead. Bourne uses a double-barreled shotgun to blow up the home’s fuel tank to distract the Professor (who was on a hilltop overlooking the home, armed with a SIG 552 modified to be a sniper rifle) and he runs to the woods. Both assassins are in a field, and Bourne shoots the Professor twice with the shotgun, and interrogates him briefly, revealing their connection to Operation Treadstone. The Professor dies almost immediately from blood loss, saying, “Look at us. Look at what they make you give.” Keeping $30,000, he sends Marie away with the rest of the money for her own safety. He uses the Professor’s phone to arrange a meeting with Conklin on the Pont Neuf, which he uses as a distraction to plant a tracking device on Conklin’s vehicle to discover the location of Operation Treadstone’s safe house in Paris.
Bourne uses an electronic device to trigger the car alarms of all the cars parked on the street, and when the noise distracts the guards, he climbs into the operations safe house where Nicky Parsons and Conklin are.
When he meets Conklin, he begins to remember his last mission. He had backed out of the Wombosi assassination after seeing Wombosi’s children (realizing that if he killed Wombosi he would have to kill all the children as well to make sure there were no witnesses, since Wombosi’s murder was supposed to look like members of his own cartel had killed him), and was shot while attempting to escape the boat, left floating in the water. He tells Conklin that he is leaving Treadstone and to not try to find him. He then realizes Conklin silently triggered an alarm and has backup on the way. Bourne leaves Nicky unharmed, and has a shootout with several CIA agents, and escapes into the night. Abbott decides that Treadstone should be closed down, and has the last operative murder Conklin. He goes before an Oversight Committee and explains that Treadstone’s purpose was simply to serve as an assassin-training program then immediately shifts the focus of the hearing to an idea for a new project codenamed “Blackbriar.” Some time later, Jason finds Marie and the two reunite.
THE BOURNE SUPREMACY PLOT:
Two years after the events in The Bourne Identity, Bourne and his girlfriend, Marie Kreutz, are living in Goa, India. Bourne is having flashbacks of an assassination in a Berlin hotel. Meanwhile, in Berlin, a CIA officer under Deputy Director Pamela Landy, is trading $3 million for the complete “Neski Files,” documents concerning the theft of $30 million from the CIA, seven years earlier. They are to complete the exchange in an office building in Berlin. During the exchange, an assassin named Kirill plants Jason Bourne’s fingerprints in the building’s basement and proceeds to kill the agent and the source, stealing the files and money. He sells them to Russian oil magnate, Yuri Gretkov.
Attempting to tie up loose ends, Kirill arrives in Goa to kill Bourne, but Bourne spots him and flees with Marie. As he and Marie drive away, Kirill sees Bourne in the driver’s seat. As Bourne and Marie near a bridge, the two switch seats, with Bourne preparing to leap from the car to confront Kirill, but Marie tries to talk him out of it, believing violence does not solve everything. The assassin has set up with a rifle, and fires into the driver’s seat. Marie is fatally struck in the head, causing the car to veer off the bridge into a river. Jason ends up escaping, having to leave his loved one’s body behind. Kirill believes that Bourne is dead. Bourne, however, manages to swim away, undetected. He leaves for Naples, Italy, with money and passports in an attempt to learn why he is again being targeted, as well as to put an end to Treadstone’s vendetta.
In Berlin, Landy finds the planted fingerprints and goes to CIA headquarters in Langley, Virginia to find out whose they are. She discovers that they belong to Bourne and questions Abbott about Treadstone. He admits that he had Conklin killed after a failed mission, but has no idea where Bourne is. Landy tells Abbott that the CIA agent who stole the $30 million was named in the stolen files. A Russian politician, Vladimir Neski, was due to identify the thief. Neski was murdered by Bourne in a Berlin hotel, made to look like a murder-suicide on his wife’s part. Landy believes that Bourne and Conklin were involved in the theft, and, based on the discovered fingerprints, that Bourne was responsible for the deaths of the CIA officer and source in Berlin. Both Abbott and Landy go to Berlin, hoping to find some trace of Bourne and capture him.
Arriving in Naples, Italy, Bourne deliberately uses a known passport under his name. Agents in Langley are notified of Bourne’s arrival, and order security to detain him. He incapacitates an Italian Carabinieri officer and his CIA interrogator and copies the agent’s SIM card on his own cell phone, then escapes. While driving, Bourne listens in on a call from Landy, learning her name, phone number, and that he is suspected of the recent killings in Berlin. He steals a car and heads to Germany. In Munich, he breaks into another Treadstone agent’s house. Upon arrival, the agent, Jarda, tells him Treadstone was shut down following Conklin’s murder. He and Bourne are the only remnants of the project. A struggle occurs at the residence, resulting in a dead Jarda. Bourne sets a trap at the home with a gas line and a toaster. The home explodes when backup arrives.
In Amsterdam, Landy and Abbott intercept and debrief Nicky Parsons, Treadstone’s handler in Paris. Bourne follows them from a hotel to a CIA office in Berlin. Armed with a rifle and phone from a neighboring roof, Bourne calls Landy’s phone, questioning her intentions. She tells him it is because he killed two people in Berlin. Although Landy is refering to the agents, he thinks she is refering to Neski and his wife. He arranges to meet Nicky at the Alexanderplatz, where he uses a crowded anti-capitalist protest to evade surveillance. He leads Nicky to the subway station and interrogates her, revealing that Abbott was the head of Treadstone, not Conklin. Bourne’s flashbacks of Neski’s assassination at the Brecker Hotel return, but Nicky knows nothing about the Neski killing. Upon hearing their conversation over Nicky’s transmitter, Landy begins to believe that Bourne is being framed. To the surprise of Landy and Abbott, Bourne lets Nicky go unharmed. Back at the office, the young CIA agent, Danny Zorn, becomes positive Bourne is being framed after examining the scene of the agents’ murder. After revealing his belief to Abbott, Abbott stabs him to death, proving his involvement in the conspiracy.
Bourne revisits the Brecker Hotel in Berlin and begins to remember more of his Neski mission. He was sent to kill Neski on Conklin’s orders; when Neski’s wife unexpectedly showed up, he shot her, then positioned the scene to appear a murder-suicide. The German police arrive after the hotel’s lobby report Bourne as wanted, which interrupts Bourne’s flashback and forces him to escape via the building’s exterior. Escaping them, Bourne breaks into Abbott’s hotel room and records a conversation between him and Gretkov that incriminates Abbott and Gretkov in the theft of the money. Abbott also confesses that he ordered the assassination in Goa, Neski’s murder by Bourne, the murder of the agents by Kirill, and the planted fingerprints at the scene. Out of respect for Marie’s beliefs in non-violence, Bourne spares Abbott’s life. Zorn’s body is discovered at the office and Landy, realizing Abbott killed him, goes to confront Abbott, who shoots himself out of guilt. Landy finds the tape on Abbott’s desk.
Bourne travels to Moscow to find Neski’s daughter, where he is shot and wounded by Kirill. After an extended high-speed chase through Moscow, Bourne forces Kirill to crash in a tunnel, killing him. Gretkov is arrested by Russian police due to Landy providing them with the evidence she got from Bourne. Bourne proceeds to the apartment of Neski’s daughter, where he informs her that her mother did not kill her father then commit suicide; Bourne had killed them both on a mission gone wrong. He apologizes for killing them.
THE BOURNE ULTIMATUM PLOT:
The movie begins immediately after Bourne apologizes to Neski’s daughter. Wounded from the Bourne Supremacy car chase, Jason Bourne is still evading the Moscow police. Cornered by two officers while breaking into a medical clinic to treat his wounds, Bourne overpowers the officers and leaves them alive as he escapes, saying to one that his argument is not with them.
The story continues six weeks later as Simon Ross, a security reporter for The Guardian, meets with Neal Daniels, a CIA station chief stationed in Madrid, to discuss Treadstone and looking for information on Jason Bourne. Bourne goes to Paris to tell Marie’s brother, Martin, of her death, then heads to London by train and reads an article in The Guardian where Ross describes Jason Bourne as a CIA officer. Bourne arranges to meet Ross in London at the south entrance of Waterloo Station. Ross, however, is under surveillance because his use of the word “Operation Blackbriar” in a phone call to his editor was tracked by ECHELON, alerting the CIA. CIA section chief Noah Vosen alerts his staff to find out any information on Ross, believing that Operation Blackbriar (a renamed Treadstone proposed by Ward Abbott at the end of The Bourne Identity) has been compromised.
After receiving a phone call from Bourne, Ross takes a taxi to Waterloo Station and is followed by the CIA, who believe him to be meeting his source there. At the station, Bourne sees CIA officers following Ross and places a prepaid mobile phone on him; through it, Bourne instructs the frightened journalist on how to dodge the station’s surveillance, while knocking out the CIA agents attempting to kidnap Ross. However, Vosen orders their asset, an assassin named Paz, to kill Ross and his source. Vosen’s team identifies Bourne on a security camera and recognize him as the original Treadstone assassin, assuming he must be Ross’s source. Bourne advises Ross to remain hidden, but Ross panics and reveals himself, giving Paz a clear kill shot. In the ensuing chaos, Bourne steals Ross’s notes from his body; the notes reveal Ross’ source to be Daniels.
Deputy Director Pamela Landy is asked to help capture Bourne. With Landy’s help, Vosen and his team realize that Daniels is Ross’ source. They decide to send a team to Daniels’ office in Madrid, but Bourne arrives first, finding only one photograph in an otherwise empty safe as Daniels has already left. Bourne attacks the CIA team when they enter the office and, just as he finishes mopping up the CIA agents, Nicky Parsons enters the office. Nicky tells him that she was reassigned to Madrid after Berlin, and that Daniels has fled to Tangier. She helps him escape the CIA reinforcements by telling Vosen that Bourne had already left the office. Bourne calls the police to report the sound of gunfighting; they arrive just as the second CIA team piles out of their vehicles, guns drawn, in front of the office. When Bourne asks Nicky why she is helping him, Nicky only hints vaguely at something before Bourne’s amnesia (“It was difficult for me… with you.(long pause) You really don’t remember anything?”). While in Tangier, they realize the CIA has sent assassin Desh Bouksani to eliminate Daniels. Nicky uses her official clearance access to send Desh a message, telling him to meet her for a new phone, thus allowing Bourne to follow Desh to his target. When Vosen realizes Nicky’s deceit he orders Desh to kill Nicky and Bourne after terminating Daniels. Landy is outraged at Vosen’s willingness to indiscriminately kill CIA personnel and quits the operation.
Bourne follows Desh and is unable to save Daniels, who dies from Desh’s planted bomb. When Desh returns for Nicky, Bourne outruns the Tangier police and fights Desh, eventually strangling him with a towel. Bourne accompanies Nicky to a bus station where she begins her own separate life on the run from the CIA. At the Tangier morgue, Bourne examines Daniels’ charred papers and finds the address of the CIA substation in New York City. Bourne takes a flight to New York City, and on arrival deliberately uses a passport that alerts Landy to his presence. Bourne calls Landy while observing her and Vosen from across the street. The ending of The Bourne Supremacy is repeated: Landy tells him his real name is David Webb and that he was born on “4/15/71”, a code for the address of the Treadstone facility at 415 East 71st Street. Bourne sends a text message to Landy to arrange a meeting. Vosen and his team intercept the message and follow Landy as she leaves the building. Bourne’s meeting however is simply a diversion to allow him to enter Vosen’s office and steal classified Blackbriar documents.
Vosen realizes the diversion after a phone call from Bourne to get a recording of his voice – the key to unlocking the safe. Bourne states he is in Vosen’s office, and a desperate Vosen frantically orders CIA officers back to his office to capture Bourne. Bourne escapes and enters into a car chase with CIA officers and Paz. Emerging victorious from his vehicular duel with Paz, Bourne chooses not to kill him. Just outside the Treadstone facility, Bourne meets Landy and gives her the stolen documents from Vosen’s office before entering the building. Inside, he meets Dr. Albert Hirsch, who ran Treadstone’s psychological conditioning program. With his help, Bourne remembers that – as Captain David Webb – he volunteered for the program and assassinated a man in the same room. Horrified by the memory of what he did to complete his conditioning and to assume the Jason Bourne identity, he tells Hirsch, “I remember everything. I’m no longer Jason Bourne.”
On his way back to the substation, Vosen eventually works out that Landy gave Bourne an address in code when Landy gave Bourne his date of birth. Vosen races to the facility and confronts Landy as she finishes faxing away his documents that Bourne stole. She looks at Vosen coldly and says, “You better get yourself a good lawyer.” Meanwhile, Bourne is cornered on the facility’s rooftop by Paz. Paz holds Bourne at gunpoint and demands to know why Bourne spared his life. Bourne asks if Paz knows why he was ordered to kill Bourne. “Look at us. Look at what they make you give,” says Bourne, repeating the dying words of the Treadstone assassin called The Professor from The Bourne Identity. Paz lowers his weapon, but Vosen appears and fires on Bourne just as he jumps from the roof into the East River 10 floors below.
Some time later, Nicky sees a news report noting the exposure of Blackbriar, the arrests of Hirsch and Vosen, that CIA Director Ezra Kramer is the subject of a United States Senate hearing regarding his conduct, and that David Webb (Bourne’s real name), fell into the East River. The report notes that after a three-day search, Bourne’s body is yet to be found: at which Nicky smiles. As Moby’s “Extreme Ways” plays, the movie (in an allusion to the opening scene of The Bourne Identity) cuts back to Bourne, floating motionless in the water; after a long moment he starts to move, and swims away into darkness.