Summary: Matt Damon plays a U.S. officer looking for the truth in Iraq. When faulty information and the failure of covert operations uncover a different truth, he goes rogue, hoping to track down the truth on his own.
Excerpt: Roy Miller (played by Matt Damon, whose character was based from Richard Gonzalez, an Army Chief Warrant Officer) discovers inaccurate intel from a mysterious source. Story revolves around this premise coupled with lots of gunfights, abduction and chases.
Excerpt: The Bourne team are once again reunited to tell the story of a US soldier investigating WMD sites who stumbles upon a conspiracy involving the government and an Iraqi general. The combination of Paul "shakycam" Greengrass and Matt Damon, playing his usual likeable action man of the people was always...
Excerpt: Film rating: 6.5/10 I don't quite know how to sum Green Zone up. It's not a bad movie by any means, but I don't think I could recommend it to everyone either. Green Zone marks the third collaboration of director Paul Greengrass and Matt Damon.
Excerpt: Considering the talent and source material, this film was a disappointment. Character development was pretty weak and the story was unremarkable to anyone who saw 'No End In Sight' or read much of anything about the war.
Summary: Case was one of those recycled cases, so that if anyone doesn't handle with care, it can easily scratch, etc. Movie skipped about every ten seconds. Quality was grainy. Not what I expected by far, especially from a Blu Ray
Excerpt: Difficult to comprehend the point of Paul Greengrasses movie. As an Iraqi war movie, its a million miles behind Katherine Bigelows "The Hurt Locker with its murky action scenes and suspense free chase sequences.
Excerpt: Fans of Green Zone should check out a brilliant new British film called ‘In Our Name’ opening this Friday 10th December in Curzon cinemas and countrywide via the new Curzon-On-Demand video streaming (https://www.curzoncinemas.com/film_on_demand/ - great for those of us who don’t live near an...