As far as meaty supplemental content on Ultimatum there's an audio commentary by Paul Greengrass that once again proves to be insightful and interesting to listen to. There's also an examination of the "New York Chase" (10:46) scene in which Bourne tries to escape the CIA; "Driving School" (3:23) features Damon practicing his stunt driving skills; "Planning the Punches" (4:59) has Joey Anseh (Desh) showing off his capoeira moves; and "Rooftop Pursuit" (5:39) offers a behind the scenes look at the filming of this dynamic chase scene.
Aside from these bonus features there's also a collection of deleted scenes and two additional features: "Be Bourne Spy Training" and "Man on the Move: Jason Bourne" (23:58). The first takes clips from the film and tests your receptiveness, awareness, and retention by quizzing you about things afterwards. The second is another on the go kind of feature that looks at the filming that took place throughout multiple countries.
The Bourne Ultimatum is a non-stop ride from start to finish that does tremendous justice to the franchise. The film is fast-paced, the direction is tight, and the action all around is very hard-hitting. The movie is highly recommended and serves as a fitting closing piece for the trilogy. As far as this Blu-ray/DVD is concerned, the A/V quality is fantastic and the bonus features are quite good. If you didn't pick up the trilogy the first time around then this latest release from Universal is about as good as it gets.