Jason Bourne has everything you expect: hackers pounding on computers, secret files helpfully labeled “Black Operations,” blunt commands barked into phones, people sprinting with earpieces, and waiters who don't bother taking drink orders when two suits sit down at a café because they'll be storming out in seconds. But it continues to lack something important: a personality. Bourne never had one. He's as gray and snub-nosed and straightforward as a bullet. If his former self, David Webb, was cool, he's long since forgotten.