Gamevolution writes that The Bourne Legacy’s plot frequently hints at interesting elements that never get fleshed out, some of the action setpieces are really well imagined and have great, consistent senses of geography, and the political intrigue is exciting if hard to follow. But none of it seems to converge or develop into anything. The DNA of a great movie is here, but it’s jumbled and corrupted. Maybe it was rewrites or studio interference, but the most likely ailment is a simple unwillingness to tamper too much with the Bourne formula. As a result, Legacy comes off as muddled and passionless, still too heartbroken from the loss of Matt Damon to do anything too bold.