Hold the spoilers for the comments, please.
I liked the new Bourne. But forget for a second the sliiight over-use of shaky-cam (really? the diner scene between the reporter and his source? Couldn't have locked that off?) and all you spec-monkeys feel free to gaze in wonder at what I believe is a genuine first in film screenplay history.
Yes. A genuine first. If you don't count the Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead variation. When the moment popped, I actually sat there, open-mouthed.
Nested sequels. Sonovabitch.
Go watch Bourne Supremacy again right before you see the new one. I owe Tony Gilroy, Scott C. Burns, and George Nolfi a big scotch.
NOTE the first: I actually tried to do something like this on Cosby, of all things. I was, of course, mad.
NOTE the second: I had forgotten, until I looked at the IMDB page. Doug E. Doug's character name on the show, Griffin Vesey, comes by an extraordinarily circuitous path from Denmark Vesey. Sometimes we geeks on the staff have to amuse ourselves.