Do you see any resemblance to Jason Borne?

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Re: Do you see any resemblance to Jason Borne?

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I thinks the similarities are there but Jason Bourn is a lot more complex a character.
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There seem to be similarities but not quite the same.
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There some similarities to Jason Bourne. The action and the secret agent part. There also a ton of differences.
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I didn't see the resemblance until you said this. However, now I definitely do. A secret agent that is unidentifiable and has undergone experiments to make him that way is definitely similar to Jason Bourne.
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