Bourne. Jason Bourne. Although many of you are yelling at currently yelling at your screen, making a case for why the Bourne trilogy is one of the greatest action franchises of all time, the problem with these films aren't the plot or acting, it's the camera work. Before 2004, action scenes were crisp, wide-angle shots. Now, many of the films you see today are full of shaky cameras and fast cuts inspired by the series. Although the films revolutionized the genre, they also spawned many poor interpretations of the style of filmmaking found in modern films today.