Essentially a perfect trilogy?
A. It's not a trilogy, it's a movie with a sequel, and that has an appendix where more folks get shot
B. The second film is shit, third movie isn't a movie
C. The movies already left the books at the wayside so how can they unnaturally stretch out a story that they are making up as they go along anyway
A. You're splitting hairs, don't be a jackass.
B. This opinion isn't any more valid than your first non-point. Most people (myself included) prefer Greengrass's installments.
C. I couldn't care less about the books.
D. Bite me.
I loved all three movies. Wish they'd leave it alone if they don't bring back Damon and the other actors.
Thing is, his story is totally wrapped up. They ARE going to continue to make films set in this universe no matter what, at least this way there's virtually no chance of them ruining the story that's already been told because they're not even dealing with the same central character.