superspy Jason Bourne, and they all use that famous handheld action movie style. So enjoy, Brainiac.
"Casino Royale". When "The Bourne Identity" came out, it was heralded as a return to realistic spy movies as opposed to the flights of fancy that James Bond was always getting himself into. But this Bond reboot went for a grittier, more realistic, more Bourne-like feel, and it pretty much succeeds. Bond is still Bond, though, so if you're a fan, you don't need to worry about that.
superspy heroics of "The Bourne Identity", but the realistic and grounded-in-reality story about CIA agent Valerie Plame who was outed by the Bush administration for her husband's antiwar newspaper columns has the kind of feeling that the Bourne movies sometimes have. Plus, Sean Penn is at least as good an actor as Matt Damon, right?
"Body of Lies". Another based-on-a-true-story spy movie, Ridley Scott's terrorism thriller has a bit more of the kind of action you might be craving. It also has two heavyweight performances from stars Leonardo DiCaprio and the literally heavyweight Russell Crowe. There are also a couple scenes featuring stuff getting blown up by helicopters, so don't think this is some talking head movie. You're allowed to have a little bit of fun.
"Lust, Caution". Okay, stay with us here. Pretend Jason Bourne was Chinese, a woman, and into really weird acrobatic sex. Now you have a decent idea of "Lust, Caution", the period spy thriller about a female spy who has to go DEEP undercover to infiltrate a powerful politician's inner circle. Hey, you wanted superspy movies, right? "Super" is certainly one way to describe the sex scenes in this.