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Movies: 'The Bourne Legacy'
Jeremy Renner as Aaron Cross in “The Bourne Legacy”

Set in gorgeously photographed, stunning international locations, “The Bourne Legacy” delivers thrilling action, a new hero and a story that — eventually, more or less — answers questions that the first three films left hanging. And it does so without Matt Damon’s amnesiac, little-boy-lost Jason Bourne or virtuosic action director Paul Greengrass, who filled the last two Bourne outings with jittery camera work, a sense of nonstop propulsion and some of the finest action sequences ever filmed.

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