Bourne. Jason Bourne.
He may lack the Aston Martin, garotte watch and bevy of lethal seductresses. He isn't quick with a quip.
But the amnesiac secret agent based loosely on the character in Robert Ludlum's trilogy has, over the past five years on the big screen, taken on a new identity: the American James Bond.
Or, more precisely, an anti-Bond.
Bourne is rumpled, could use a shave, and is angry at his government. He'd just as soon kill you with a shoelace as a dagger shoe. He's committed to one woman, and she's dead. You won't catch him with a martini at a poker table; he prefers solitude. He wants to retire from the spy game, but circumstances keep drawing him back into the fray.