The Bourne Supremacy (2004)

The Bourne Supremacy (2004)

Release Date : Jul. 23, 2004 | Rating ★★★★★★★
Details : When a CIA operation to purchase classified Russian documents is blown by a rival agent who then shows up in the sleepy seaside village where Bourne and Marie have been living. The pair run for their lives and Bourne who promised retaliation should anyone from his former life attempt contact is forced to once again take up his life as a trained assassin to survive.
Duration : 1 Hour 48 Minutes
Cast and Crew :

Matt Damon as Jason Bourne

Franka Potente as Marie Helene Kreutz

Brian Cox as Ward Abbott

Julia Stiles as Nicky Parsons

Karl Urban as Kirill

Gabriel Mann as Danny Zorn

Joan Allen as Pamela Landy

Marton Csokas as Jarda

Tom Gallop as Tom Cronin

John Bedford Lloyd as Teddy

Ethan Sandler as Kurt

Michelle Monaghan as Kim

Tomas Arana as Martin Marshall

Tim Griffin as John Nevins

Ivan Shvedoff as Moscow Policeman

Chris Cooper as Alexander Conklin

Karel Roden as Yuri Gretkov | Oksana Akinshina as Irena Neski | Yevgeni Sitokhin as Vladimir Neski | Marina Weis as Mrs. Neski | Sean Smith as Vic | Maxim Kovalevski as Ivan | Patrick Crowley as Jack Weller | Jon Collin Barclay as Jarhead | Sam Brown as Jarhead | Shane Sinutko as Jarhead | Barnaby Smith as CIA Techie | Dominique Chiout as Waitress | Wanja Mues as Night Clerk | Aleksey Shmarinov as Moscow Taxi Driver | Stephan Wolf-Schönburg as Suspicious Cop | Olov Ludwig as Market Security Guard | Keshav Nadkarni as Mr. Mohan | Violetta Tarnowska Bronner as Neski Neighbor | Alexey Medvedev as Young Cop | Aleksandr Dubina as 2nd Cop | Aleksandr Boev as 2nd Taxi Driver | Claudio Maniscalco as Immigration Officer | Manfred Witt as Doorman | Aleksey Trotsenko as Vodka Police Passenger | Victoria Unikel as Mercedes Driver | Oksana Semenova as Mercedes Passenger | Vitaly Abdulov as Volga Taxi Owner | Dirk Schoedon as Berlin Taxi Driver | Denis Burgazliev as Moscow Policeman | Nick Wilder as Delta C.O. | Executive Producer  : Doug Liman | Producer  : Frank Marshall | Director  : Paul Greengrass |