Memory is a tricky thing. Jason knows his name and a few vague details but there is still much to his life that he knows nothing about. Even with that, he and Marie have made a life for themselves. The problem is they have gotten a little too comfortable. The price for their complacency will be a high one. Because of this, Jason has no choice but to become the person that he used to be (or as much of it as he remembers). He must find the answers as to the who? and the why?... But where does he turn? With a few clues, he manages to piece together enough of the puzzle to begin to find some answers. What he doesn't realize is that the closer he gets, the more danger he'll find himself in. As he gets closer, more answers will reveal themselves. He'll also find an ally on the inside who will reveal some unsettling information to him about himself. Whatever he chooses to do, we know that he's not going to go down without a fight. This second installment in the Bourne story has amped it up from the first one. The amount of errors don't seem as noticeable as they did before, but they're still a distraction to the overall idea. The action and intensity levels are finally at a level that the trailer promised and once again, it leads into more. What will he do next? Who knows, but I for one am anticipating it.