Matt Damon returns to his defining role in this passable reboot of the Bourne franchise
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Stockton boys strike the bull’s eye
for punk rockers to get the fuck down to (the fast, giddy, heart-busting, danceable-as-shit ones). The beyond-brilliant ‘One, Twice, Again!’ twitches like the fleshy stump of a recently decapitated cadaver, while recent single ‘St Petersburg’ manages to sound like scene godfathers the Minutemen playing Chic songs. Nerdy, snappy and smart; this is jerk-punk played by real
live jerks. They’ve only got one kind of song, but hey, that doesn’t matter one bit because it’s a fucking brilliant one.
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