A forgettable, dull and lifeless thriller. As a huge fan of the Bourne films, Matt Damon and director Paul Greengrass, i expected so much more from this. Matt Damon is good as is Greg Kinnear but the movie overall is almost instantly forgettable. Really hate seeing all these disappointing movies lately.
Skriver dette to veker etter eg såg filmen, litt forvirra over at eg ikkje huska å få ned tankane mine om han. Hovedinntrykket: Solid, spennande film laga med integriteten og virkelighetsnærheten for å framstille det heile som ein avslørande dokumentar. Som ein thriller fungerer den også ganske godt. Risting av kamera er eit minus.
More like Greengrass Zone. Think I saw some of this at uni one time but I had to have a nap halfway through and never bothered to finish it. Matt Damon doing his best to find WMDs in Iraq and we all know how that shitstorm panned out.
Been watching season 2 of The Wire recently so it was good to see Amy Ryan turn up in this too. Also Brendan Gleeson doing a botched American accent. It's pretty standard Greengrass business. Not as wall to wall intense as Captain Phillips or as emotionally brutal as United 93 but it's a decent potboiler war thriller.
I'm guessing this movie oversimplifies the issue, but it is an entertaining film as long as you don't buy it as an exact account of what happened.
The only thing to know for sure is that there were no WMD in Iraq.
(Green Zone, 2010)
Metascore / 63/100
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Paul Greengrass once again directs Matt Damon in an action movie. The story centres around the hunt for weapons of mass destruction in the aftermath of the Iraq war.
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