GREEN ZONE (Theatrical Release USA 2010)

  Ben Meyers’ rating: 4.6|5.0 Starsìììì

Green Zone—exciting and tense—elevates Matt Damon’s skills as did the Bourne series. The special effects have been done with quality. The storyline is efficient and does not waste time with empty, superfluous scenes that contribute nothing to the movie itself. The only drawback is that the movie presents one point of view and allows no room for another. It is cut and dry. But, that effect is probably what makes and drives the movie toward the higher end rating.


Film Poster Courtesy of Wikipedia

 

Storyline

An Army officer cannot locate weapons of mass destruction based upon intelligence information he receives.

Additional Thanks

Thank you to Director Paul Greengrass for directing effort. Thank you to Executive Producers Liza Chasin and Debra Hayward for making the film possible. Additional characters/cast include: Additional characters/cast include: Al Rawi (Igal Naor), Seyyed Hamza (Said Faraj), Al Rawi Bodyguard (Faycal Attougui), Ayad Hamza (Aymen Hamdouchi), Miller (Matt Damon), Perry (Nicoye Banks), Wilkins (Jerry Della Salla), Conway (Sean Huze), Met-D (Michael J. Dwyer), and Met-D (Edouard H.R. Gluck).


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