Additionally, the package boasts three deleted scenes (6:48); an examination of the film franchise called "Re-Bourne" (6:11); "Enter Aaron Cross" (7:11) which focuses on the introduction of the new character to the franchise; "Crossing Continents" (8:22), dedicated to the international locations where the film was shot; "Man vs. Wolf" (4:36), about capturing wolf vs. man scenes; "Wolf Sequence Test" (1:39), featuring interesting previsualization footage.
"Moving Targets" (6:11) is another feature that includes ruminations of the cast about how both characters of Cross and Bourne intersect in The Bourne Legacy while "Capturing Chaos" (7:49) demonstrates the amount of skill that went into the beautiful Manila motorcycle chases.
This package of the film also includes a standard definition copy of the film, a redeemable code for streaming via Ultraviolet and an iTunes copy – something for every device out there. Overall, it’s a great treat for fans of the film and all movie lovers.
Verdict: The Bourne Legacy is a great new twist on spy movies that isn’t at all comforting or predictable but is immensely entertaining.