The last Bourne has the same director as the previous. Nothing much needs to be said about this one. It picks up exactly where the previous film ended.
Bourne continues his search for who he was and those responsible for the fact that he is not. And these persons are still out to get him dead.
Every time Bourne shows up somewhere he is discovered rapidly which is followed by fast action scenes and lots of chases with damage. Of course he keeps escaping and, being the hero, he finds what he is looking for.
The second of the Bourne trilogy takes up pretty much where the first film ended.
Bourne is still trying to find out who he was before his incident and his former employees are still looking to shoot him. But for the second film another problem occurs for Bourne: the Russians who also want him dead.
After hiding for two years, Bourne is discovered and forced to flee. Apparently in these two years he started to remember things and he goes to places where he used to have missions. He is also framed for a killing he did not commit and thus we have a recepe for another action spectacle with car chasings, fist fights and shootouts. The first film is a little more interesting.