Let's talk about this film, shall we? Overall, the Jason Bourne series is an interesting premise. From a story standpoint it's actually surprisingly engaging, albeit rather predictable. And the acting is awesome. I mean you can never go wrong with Matt Damon, right? But I really just do not like this film. Why? Because of the cinematography. This film gets everything, and I mean EVERYTHING wrong when it comes to cinematography. All the establishing shots for new locations are vague. Action sequences are shot in extreme close ups. And shaky cam. Good GOD the shaky cam! Why anyone ever thought that using shaky cam would help "increase tension" in an action sequence is BEYOND me. And holy crap is the shaky cam turned up to 11 in this film. But not only that, almost every major shot in this film feels wrong. Characters are shot at weird/uncomfortable angles. You find yourself disoriented from time to time because the camera never really tells you where you are. And of course the shaky cam makes you want to throw up. Overall the cinematography of The Bourne Supremacy is some of the worst cinematography I have EVER seen, and it brings an otherwise good film down with it.