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Face-Off: The Mission: Impossible Series vs. The Bourne Series

06.01.2015by: Brian Bitner
With SPY hitting theaters this weekend, we thought it might be fun to take a look at two of the biggest spy film franchises to emerge in the past twenty years. Both are four films in with a fifth in the works and have certainly had their ups and downs along the way. Mission: Impossible took a decade to finally find its footing, while the Bourne series started strong but took a step back when it moved on without its usual lead. So, whether you prefer suave agents wielding gadgets and one-liners or amnesiac ninjas on the lam, let's take a look at which series has had the best run so far.
CAST
Matt Damon, Franka Potente, Chris Cooper, Brian Cox, Clive Owen, Julia Stiles, Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje, Joan Allen, Karl Urban, Gabriel Mann, Marton Csokas, Michelle Monaghan, David Strathairn, Scott Glenn, Paddy Considine, Édgar Ramírez, Rachel Weisz, Stacy Keach, Albert Finney, Edward Norton, Corey Johnson, Oscar Isaac


...and Jeremy Renner as "The New Guy"


Two impressive lists, to be sure, but the characters in the Bourne series have a bit more weight and longevity, allowing for a more well-used cast, while the Mission: Impossible series features a lot of one-offs and glorified cameos. Did you remember Emilio Estevez was in the first one for like a second?!
FIRST FILM

MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE

A slow film with some solid sequences. The vault break-in is maybe the most impressive scene from any movie here. Once Ethan Hunt explodes off a helicopter onto a train, though...

THE BOURNE IDENTITY

A solid start to the series which plays like an art film with fighting- and actually works. Jason Bourne riding a guy through the air and shooting an enemy on the way down is no chopper/train explosion, but it's still an unfortunate finale to an otherwise great film.
SECOND FILM

MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE 2

Oh, boy. The one that would go down in the how-not-to-make-a-movie hall of fame. Unlike the first Bourne film, this one tries to double as an action movie and an art film and fails miserably at both. Slow motion flip kicks, doves around every corner... yeah, it's just... yeah.

THE BOURNE SUPREMACY

The film that would cement the look and feel of the series. What Doug Liman started, Paul Greengrass continued with flying colors. Just a rock solid film.
THIRD FILM

MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE 3

J.J. Abrams saves the day! Six years after everyone assumed the series was dead and gone, MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE 3 comes along and brings the franchise into the current generation of filmmaking. Tom Cruise and Philip Seymour Hoffman deliver performances beyond the expectations of a popcorn movie.

THE BOURNE ULTIMATUM

Arguably the best installment in the series. The camera gets a bit too Greengrassy at times, but that's a tiny gripe. Even if Damon and Greengrass do indeed return to the franchise, this will mark a very satisfying end to the original trilogy.
FOURTH FILM

MISSION IMPOSSIBLE: GHOST PROTOCOL

An insanely watchable film. Not as gritty and emotional as the previous installment, but still light years ahead of the first two. The action teeters on the edge of being ridiculous, but Brad Bird walks the line expertly and delivers probably the most fun film of the eight being discussed here.

THE BOURNE LEGACY

Not a terrible movie, not a great movie. The returning cast members kept it feeling relevant to the series, but introducing chems as the source of the operatives' abilities is midi-chlorians all over again.
LIFETIME GROSS
$2.1 billion worldwide
$1.2 billion worldwide
JUST FOR FUN

The Bourne Series
Given how dated the first film feels and how much of a hot mess the second one is, it's impressive that the Mission: Impossible series has come back so strongly. The Bourne series has maintained a fairly consistent caliber of quality, though, and therefore feels like less of a live wire. THE BOURNE LEGACY may have been a disappointment, but it's no MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE 2.

Whichever way you lean, we haven't seen the last of IMF or Treadstone. MISSION IMPOSSIBLE: ROGUE NATION hits theaters July 31, 2015, and TWO Bourne sequels are on the way, with Justin Lin directing Jeremy Renner (as Aaron Cross) in BOURNE YESTERDAY and Paul Greengrass helming BOURNE AGAIN with Matt Damon. No, those aren't the actual titles. Those are terrible. We don't know much yet. Stay tuned.

Agree? Disagree? Which do you prefer?
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If you have a suggestion for a future Face-Off, let us know below or send me an email at brianbitner@joblo.com.

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7:42AM on 06/28/2015

Mission Impossible but only by a hair

Mission Impossible:
1 - 8.5/10
2 - 6/10
3 - 7/10
4 - 8/10
Total 29.5/40

Bourne:
Identity - 8/10
Supremacy - 7/10
Ultimatum - 9/10
Legacy - 5/10
Total 29/40
Mission Impossible:
1 - 8.5/10
2 - 6/10
3 - 7/10
4 - 8/10
Total 29.5/40

Bourne:
Identity - 8/10
Supremacy - 7/10
Ultimatum - 9/10
Legacy - 5/10
Total 29/40
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5:49PM on 06/05/2015
I think BOURNE YESTERDAY and BOURNE AGAIN are genius and if the studios choose something else, they deserve to be fired.
I think BOURNE YESTERDAY and BOURNE AGAIN are genius and if the studios choose something else, they deserve to be fired.
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8:29PM on 06/03/2015
Bourne is awesome, but M:I is popcorn fun to the max.
Bourne is awesome, but M:I is popcorn fun to the max.
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1:12PM on 06/03/2015

Mission All Day!

I enjoyed the Bourne movies but no way in hell are they better than the MIssion flicks! Mission is more complicated, loaded with action and basically everything drama, thriller, action, tech, some comedy..Not even close. Stop the Cruise hate! Plus box office # show who is king! How you dissing Mission 1 makes no damn sense! That movie was raw and fun and hello built the franchise! Its clear you enjoy easy peasy spy flicks.
I enjoyed the Bourne movies but no way in hell are they better than the MIssion flicks! Mission is more complicated, loaded with action and basically everything drama, thriller, action, tech, some comedy..Not even close. Stop the Cruise hate! Plus box office # show who is king! How you dissing Mission 1 makes no damn sense! That movie was raw and fun and hello built the franchise! Its clear you enjoy easy peasy spy flicks.
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6:17PM on 06/02/2015
Love both series . . . hard to choose. I agree with most of what was said here, and while I don't hate M:I2, it's the worst of the series. One thing that separates the two franchises is that Tom Cruise intentionally wanted a different director for each M:I movie to give each their own look and feel. Bourne movies are very consistent across all movies. Both series are a lot of fun to watch though.
Love both series . . . hard to choose. I agree with most of what was said here, and while I don't hate M:I2, it's the worst of the series. One thing that separates the two franchises is that Tom Cruise intentionally wanted a different director for each M:I movie to give each their own look and feel. Bourne movies are very consistent across all movies. Both series are a lot of fun to watch though.
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2:05PM on 06/02/2015

My vote goes to...

MISSION IMPOSSIBLE!
MISSION IMPOSSIBLE!
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1:50PM on 06/02/2015

Mission Impossible

I've always been in the minority with my dislike of the Bourne movies. There is nothing....and I mean NOTHING, I hate more in movies than the shaky cam. It leaves me exhausted and frustrated every time. It ruins so many good movies. For example: Man on Fire, great screenplay; terrible cinematography. Bourne films, full of suspense: annoying as hell cinematography.

I love Mission Impossible! Easily one of my favorite franchises of all time. Tom Cruise has turned Ethan Hunt into the guy that
I've always been in the minority with my dislike of the Bourne movies. There is nothing....and I mean NOTHING, I hate more in movies than the shaky cam. It leaves me exhausted and frustrated every time. It ruins so many good movies. For example: Man on Fire, great screenplay; terrible cinematography. Bourne films, full of suspense: annoying as hell cinematography.

I love Mission Impossible! Easily one of my favorite franchises of all time. Tom Cruise has turned Ethan Hunt into the guy that every man wants to be, and everyone loves to root for. I really don't know what else to say that has not already been said below, but that Mission Impossible has done something truly admirable by reinvinting itself every movie. I just have one complaint. J.J. Abrams made a good movie, but what the heck is the rabbit foot? This still plagues me every time I watch MI:3!

Mission Impossible- 8/10
Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol- 8/10
Mission Impossible 3- 7/10
MI:2- 6/10 (Stop hating on this film. Just watching it grows hair on your chest)
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12:39PM on 06/02/2015

Mission Impossible

Yeah Mission Impossible characters come and go more frequently than in the Bourne series, but they are much more memorable. I remember likeing the Bourne movies, but it's hard for me to distinguish them. The third one is most unique, but scenes in the first two are very interchangeable for me. They may have been better, but i dont recall why. For better or for worse, each Mission Impossible movie was different. Using different director and different characters i think helped the series stay
Yeah Mission Impossible characters come and go more frequently than in the Bourne series, but they are much more memorable. I remember likeing the Bourne movies, but it's hard for me to distinguish them. The third one is most unique, but scenes in the first two are very interchangeable for me. They may have been better, but i dont recall why. For better or for worse, each Mission Impossible movie was different. Using different director and different characters i think helped the series stay fresh and enjoyable.

I love the Mission Impossible series. While im more likely to watch 3 and 4 over 1 or 2, they are engraved more in my mind than any of the Bourne movies. But again, thats not to say i didnt enjoy the Bourne movies when they came out, they are just like any action movie to me.
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12:05PM on 06/02/2015
I would call it a tie
I would call it a tie
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12:01PM on 06/02/2015
It's kind of a draw for me. Both series of films are great in their own merits. But I would most definitely say that Bourne's third movie is far and away better than MI:3. I get that everyone likes MI:3 because Abrams directed the movie. But the movie as a whole it not great. I'm sorry to anyone who disagrees with me, but if you can't come up with anything creative to give credence to your mcguffin, then it's a weak plot. At no point in the entire film does anyone explain what the
It's kind of a draw for me. Both series of films are great in their own merits. But I would most definitely say that Bourne's third movie is far and away better than MI:3. I get that everyone likes MI:3 because Abrams directed the movie. But the movie as a whole it not great. I'm sorry to anyone who disagrees with me, but if you can't come up with anything creative to give credence to your mcguffin, then it's a weak plot. At no point in the entire film does anyone explain what the Rabbit's Foot is, and therefore the audience never knows why it's important to retrieve. Other than Simon Pegg saying "It's the worst thing imaginable". Really? It's up to the audience to determine how bad the really bad weapon actually is? For all we know, it just releases rainbows into the sky. The value of this movie literally came down to Abrams deciding NOT to include a 2-second line where they state "The Rabbit's Foot is capable of [insert danger here]".
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12:28PM on 06/02/2015
I hate M:i 3. It's not a bad film, but it's clearly a franchise re-boot after M:I 2 made Face/Off fans happy but pissed off everybody else. To me there's no distinction to M:I 3. Okay they get an Oscar winner to play the heavy bad guy. It's gritty-ish. J.J. Abrams...wooo....but it's not fun. It's so damn self-serious for such a silly premise that I just tuned out. Ghost Protocol? Some of the most fun I've had in a movie maybe ever.
I hate M:i 3. It's not a bad film, but it's clearly a franchise re-boot after M:I 2 made Face/Off fans happy but pissed off everybody else. To me there's no distinction to M:I 3. Okay they get an Oscar winner to play the heavy bad guy. It's gritty-ish. J.J. Abrams...wooo....but it's not fun. It's so damn self-serious for such a silly premise that I just tuned out. Ghost Protocol? Some of the most fun I've had in a movie maybe ever.
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11:16AM on 06/02/2015

Mission: Impossible all the way!!!

Don't tell me the Bourne films are in any way better than the M:I series.
All the M:I movies are great fun. The first one is still my favourite along with Ghost Protocol, #3 is okay, and #2 has amazing action scenes. Yes, the stories all tried to be more than what they become, but at they were fun stories the watch, with good characters. Yes, I remember Emilio Estevez in the first one, and felt sorry for him, when his character was killed. And P. S. Hoffman was the best villain from all the
Don't tell me the Bourne films are in any way better than the M:I series.
All the M:I movies are great fun. The first one is still my favourite along with Ghost Protocol, #3 is okay, and #2 has amazing action scenes. Yes, the stories all tried to be more than what they become, but at they were fun stories the watch, with good characters. Yes, I remember Emilio Estevez in the first one, and felt sorry for him, when his character was killed. And P. S. Hoffman was the best villain from all the movies mentioned here.
I have two big problems with the Bourne movies: the shaky-cam and the stories. After the second Bourne film, the shake-cam effect became the basic style for action films which I truly hate because I can not see the action. And the stories (not the original books): badly written, with very thin plot, and VERY thin characters. Bourne himself is the only exception. And Bourne Legacy ended like it was just 2/3 of a movie.
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11:00AM on 06/02/2015
As of now it's a draw for me. I love both series for different reasons. The Bourne movies just feel more realistic to me, they have great dialogue, and I love how Bourne fights - especially with the use of random things such as a pen or a magazine. Also there's an unpredictability factor about Bourne throughout all the films that I enjoy. But mostly the theme of identity that runs through the film intrigues me. That said the MI films (minus MI2) are great as well. Cruise is great, I love the
As of now it's a draw for me. I love both series for different reasons. The Bourne movies just feel more realistic to me, they have great dialogue, and I love how Bourne fights - especially with the use of random things such as a pen or a magazine. Also there's an unpredictability factor about Bourne throughout all the films that I enjoy. But mostly the theme of identity that runs through the film intrigues me. That said the MI films (minus MI2) are great as well. Cruise is great, I love the hyper-stylized action, and I have much respect for Cruise performing his own stunts. Plus the humor and suspense are spot on. I will say, my view might change after Rogue Nation, because that film looks AWESOME.
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10:48AM on 06/02/2015

Mission Impossible by a mile

I can't stand the Bourne movies and how that shitty shakycam fight stuff "influenced" the fighting in so many movies like Batman Begins and the recent Bond movies. The first one is okay but the second and third film are identical.

The only bad movie in the M:I franchise is part 2. I tried watching it again because it's on Netflix and was just so bored. The first, third and fourth are great and I'm looking forward to Rogue Nation but kinda bummed Paula Patton isn't coming back, she's hot.
I can't stand the Bourne movies and how that shitty shakycam fight stuff "influenced" the fighting in so many movies like Batman Begins and the recent Bond movies. The first one is okay but the second and third film are identical.

The only bad movie in the M:I franchise is part 2. I tried watching it again because it's on Netflix and was just so bored. The first, third and fourth are great and I'm looking forward to Rogue Nation but kinda bummed Paula Patton isn't coming back, she's hot.
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10:32AM on 06/02/2015

If I must choose, M.I.

M.I. 1: 4/10
M.I. 2: 5/10
M.I. 3: 5/10
M.I. 4: 7/10
BOURNE 1: 5/10
BOURNE 2: 3/10
BOURNE 3: 4/10
BOURNE 4: Worst good movie.

Averages: 5.3 and 3.3 respectively.
M.I. 1: 4/10
M.I. 2: 5/10
M.I. 3: 5/10
M.I. 4: 7/10
BOURNE 1: 5/10
BOURNE 2: 3/10
BOURNE 3: 4/10
BOURNE 4: Worst good movie.

Averages: 5.3 and 3.3 respectively.
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10:23AM on 06/02/2015
The Bourne films are great but I am going with Mission Impossible because the music and the over the top scenarios and of course Cruise just entertain the heck out of me.
The Bourne films are great but I am going with Mission Impossible because the music and the over the top scenarios and of course Cruise just entertain the heck out of me.
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7:27AM on 06/02/2015
I know that the first M:I movie is not exactly a great film, due largely to the convoluted plot, but I dig it. All of it. While M:I-2 is worse than any Bourne movie, I think the franchise is just more fun overall. Besides, [link] told one story, really, while Mission:Impossible could diverge wildly and still be okay. Ghost Protocol may have proven that Luther Stickell isn't necessary to the magic of what makes those movies work, but the dupo of Tom Cruise and Ving Rhames have insane chemistry,
I know that the first M:I movie is not exactly a great film, due largely to the convoluted plot, but I dig it. All of it. While M:I-2 is worse than any Bourne movie, I think the franchise is just more fun overall. Besides, [link] told one story, really, while Mission:Impossible could diverge wildly and still be okay. Ghost Protocol may have proven that Luther Stickell isn't necessary to the magic of what makes those movies work, but the dupo of Tom Cruise and Ving Rhames have insane chemistry, and I will always come back just to see if Luther gets decent screentime (Benji makes a good understudy though).
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6:55AM on 06/02/2015

Too tough to pick...

...Ménage à trois
...Ménage à trois
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12:46AM on 06/02/2015
It's M:I movies for me only because each film was different than the previous one, which makes it interesting. The Bourne movies while good, but feel repetitive every now and then.
It's M:I movies for me only because each film was different than the previous one, which makes it interesting. The Bourne movies while good, but feel repetitive every now and then.
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11:50PM on 06/01/2015

Tough call.

I like Bourne because it's one story over multiple films (I don't count the 4th film). They're a slightly more realistic and political type of spy/action films. Mission: Impossible are fun action movies with a spy element, with great set pieces and stunts. I'd probably give the edge to Bourne, but only ignoring the 4th movie.
I like Bourne because it's one story over multiple films (I don't count the 4th film). They're a slightly more realistic and political type of spy/action films. Mission: Impossible are fun action movies with a spy element, with great set pieces and stunts. I'd probably give the edge to Bourne, but only ignoring the 4th movie.
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11:43PM on 06/01/2015

For a minute I actaully went are those the real titles. Good One!

For future Face Off's can we please have a Harry Tasker Vs. Brian Mills competition!

And Human Centipede vs. Tusk.
For future Face Off's can we please have a Harry Tasker Vs. Brian Mills competition!

And Human Centipede vs. Tusk.
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11:28PM on 06/01/2015
Maybe I should write the Unpopular Opinion column from now on because I liked MI2 and hated Ghost Protocol.
Maybe I should write the Unpopular Opinion column from now on because I liked MI2 and hated Ghost Protocol.
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11:46PM on 06/01/2015
M:I 2 has great stunts, particularly the final climax bike chase and beach fight but the script overall could be better.
M:I 2 has great stunts, particularly the final climax bike chase and beach fight but the script overall could be better.
11:36PM on 06/01/2015
I SOOOOOOOOO want to be able to write and post a few of those for Joble. There are a variety of films I absolutley differ from the mainstream on.
I SOOOOOOOOO want to be able to write and post a few of those for Joble. There are a variety of films I absolutley differ from the mainstream on.
11:08PM on 06/01/2015
Nope. It's Mission: Impossible for me, particularly the First Film category. Even with the recent Ghost Protocol and the trailer for Rogue Nation, nothing (at least for me) can top the CIA Vault Heist scene from the first M:I movie. It's thrilling, daring and took audiences by the edge of their seats. Bourne films are great but I'm more of M:I fan than Bourne's.
Nope. It's Mission: Impossible for me, particularly the First Film category. Even with the recent Ghost Protocol and the trailer for Rogue Nation, nothing (at least for me) can top the CIA Vault Heist scene from the first M:I movie. It's thrilling, daring and took audiences by the edge of their seats. Bourne films are great but I'm more of M:I fan than Bourne's.
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11:06PM on 06/01/2015
Good.
Good.
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11:03PM on 06/01/2015

Wow.....this is possibly the most clueless article ever posted here....

The MI movies are infinitely better, the writing is far more diverse (incorporating action, suspense, and humor seamlessly), comparing Cruise to MATT DAMON (see Team America) is laughably dumb, Damon could only pretend to fight by the director shaking the camera until the audience was puking in the aisles (while Cruz did mountain climbing stunts without a safety wire), and the Bourne movies were ridiculous snooze-fests that preached about America's evil secret programs while MI celebrated
The MI movies are infinitely better, the writing is far more diverse (incorporating action, suspense, and humor seamlessly), comparing Cruise to MATT DAMON (see Team America) is laughably dumb, Damon could only pretend to fight by the director shaking the camera until the audience was puking in the aisles (while Cruz did mountain climbing stunts without a safety wire), and the Bourne movies were ridiculous snooze-fests that preached about America's evil secret programs while MI celebrated people who risked their lives to protect everyone.

Seriously, how anyone could think those idiotic Bourne movies (any of them) were superior is beyond me.
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10:59AM on 06/02/2015
I fixed it for you, Strat. Will you be able to sleep tonight?
I fixed it for you, Strat. Will you be able to sleep tonight?
10:54AM on 06/02/2015
The box office would disagree with you.

Don't worry Luke, you only lost by 100% (a billion dollars).
The box office would disagree with you.

Don't worry Luke, you only lost by 100% (a billion dollars).
10:11AM on 06/02/2015
FYI: it's Tom Cruise, not Tom Cruz. I understand why you might get it wrong, he's only been a movie star for three decades.
FYI: it's Tom Cruise, not Tom Cruz. I understand why you might get it wrong, he's only been a movie star for three decades.
11:08PM on 06/01/2015
Rotten Tomatoes and Metacritic both disagree with you.
Rotten Tomatoes and Metacritic both disagree with you.
10:54PM on 06/01/2015

The Bourne Films but Ghost Protocol

As a series, I enjoy the Bourne films more and I kind of respect them. They got better with every installment, but all three are fantastic studio thrillers in their own rights. However, Ghost Protocol....Brad Bird was the perfect director. He understood that Ethan Hunt is just a super hero in a live action world, so he gave us a live action cartoon. It was perfection and I am indifferent to all the other Mission: Impossibles, so that's saying something. Though, Rogue Nation looks like it
As a series, I enjoy the Bourne films more and I kind of respect them. They got better with every installment, but all three are fantastic studio thrillers in their own rights. However, Ghost Protocol....Brad Bird was the perfect director. He understood that Ethan Hunt is just a super hero in a live action world, so he gave us a live action cartoon. It was perfection and I am indifferent to all the other Mission: Impossibles, so that's saying something. Though, Rogue Nation looks like it continues Ghost Protocol's Cartoon-Come-To-Life aesthetic.
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10:53PM on 06/01/2015
I am a fan of both series. I love the use of practical things like maps and improvised weapons such as pens, towels, and a rolled magazine that makes for a realistic touch in the Bourne films, plus Jason never leaves unscathed like Bond or Hunt when being fired upon. Whereas, I could do with less shaky-cam work, that is why I still prefer the first one as the best. Mission Impossible are thrilling and well polished and it is hard to top Cruise's intensity and charisma on screen. Plus I love the
I am a fan of both series. I love the use of practical things like maps and improvised weapons such as pens, towels, and a rolled magazine that makes for a realistic touch in the Bourne films, plus Jason never leaves unscathed like Bond or Hunt when being fired upon. Whereas, I could do with less shaky-cam work, that is why I still prefer the first one as the best. Mission Impossible are thrilling and well polished and it is hard to top Cruise's intensity and charisma on screen. Plus I love the introduction of a new director for each new entry giving them each a unique signature. And please stop hating on Mission 2 I like it. Therefore I would give the edge to Mission Impossible and the category for cast should be a draw.
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10:42PM on 06/01/2015

Mission Impossible

Love both franchises, but you can't beat Tom Cruise; especially when it comes to these type of films, and the fact that he does own stunts as well.

And the fact that the franchise keeps getting better with each new entry (in my opinion) with different directors at the helm is an accomplishment all by itself.
Love both franchises, but you can't beat Tom Cruise; especially when it comes to these type of films, and the fact that he does own stunts as well.

And the fact that the franchise keeps getting better with each new entry (in my opinion) with different directors at the helm is an accomplishment all by itself.
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10:41PM on 06/01/2015

I agree with this.

M:I 3 & 4 were great, even better than the Bourne series, IMO. But M:I 2 was pure garbage. That movie put me to sleep in the theater, something I've never done before or since then.
M:I 3 & 4 were great, even better than the Bourne series, IMO. But M:I 2 was pure garbage. That movie put me to sleep in the theater, something I've never done before or since then.
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11:04PM on 06/01/2015
And name me the Bourne movie that wasn't garbage?
And name me the Bourne movie that wasn't garbage?
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