Netflix has released a useless fourth film that dilutioned a classic trilogy

Netflix has released a useless fourth film that dilutioned a classic trilogy ...

Money has always spoken louder than anything else in Hollywood, so regardless of the creative reasons director Paul Greengrass and star Matt Damon may have pointed, everyone knows the real reason the pair decided to reunite for Jason Bourne, and the fourth installment they would never appear.

The end resulted in a nearly complete trilogy becoming a very good franchise, but it even ended up receiving the worse reviews than Jeremy Renners instantly forgettable The Bourne Legacy. Despite the fact that the amnesiac spy is quite popular among the 21st Centurys best, the film also struggled to justify its own existence.

Fans have completely left their hands on the saga, with Jason Bourne currently on the Netflix global most-watched list, where he even managed to secure the sixth spot on the Canadian charts.

It''s not a patch on the first three, but there are plenty of far worse $100+ million studio blockbusters out there. If anything, it''s more of a Greatest Hits package for Damon and Greengrass, one that provides an all-inclusive comedy without bringing a pinch of salt to the table.

There were even plans for an entire cinematic universe, with producer Ben Smith stating that a sixth entry was definitely on the way, and it would tie into Treadstone, a television spinoff. And, obviously, that was before the show was canceled after a single season, thus it might be Bourne''s finish.