• AMovieGuy.com Leo Brady

    ★★★★½ Watched by AMovieGuy.com Leo Brady 11 Jan, 2014

    Green Zone is not an Anti-American film, but it certainly does not make the US look good. Although it is a fictional story about the US involvement in Iraq, it highlights the fact that the United States went to war with Iraq looking for weapons of mass destruction and came up empty. Matt Damon stars as Chief Officer Roy Miller, who leads his ground forces through searches and seizures of areas in Iraq that has been given to them through…


  • Jonas Danielsson

    ★★½ Watched by Jonas Danielsson 10 Feb, 2013

    Paul Greengrass has accumulated quite some action credibility thanks to his entries in the Bourne franchise (Ultimate and Supremacy), although I preferred United 93 and Bloody Sunday, which used his raw, documentary style with his famous shakycam in more interesting stories. Here he is again working with Matt Damon in a story about the failed search for WMDs in Iraq after the invasion. Unfortunately, telling a story with a large scope does not seem to fit him as well, and…


  • Mareks Smilga

    ★★★★ Watched by Mareks Smilga 05 Apr, 2010

    Patīk man Grīngrāsa filmas un brīžiem šķiet, ka visvairāk tieši tās, kuras nav no Borna universa. Šī nav uzņēmums. Vienīgi atrisinājums šķita pārāk tiešs un provokatīvs.


  • Pyrohemian

    ★★★½ Watched by Pyrohemian 22 Dec, 2013

    A really enjoyable modern war film from Paul Greengrass. I wanted more out of Holly from the Office's character but there doesn't seem to be a place for interesting female characters in modern blockbusters.


  • AS

    ★★★½ Rewatched by AS 30 Nov, 2013 17

    A noble effort, but despite the considerable talents of its cast and crew, Green Zone is too often bogged down by a weak leave-nothing-to-the-imagination screenplay. While most of the dialogue scenes fall flat, Greengrass' skillful camerawork and action choreography make for a gripping final act. It's just a shame the script didn't get the some polish that the editing did.


  • Pete Laurie

    ★★★ Watched by Pete Laurie 28 Oct, 2013

    This review reportedly contains spoilers. I can handle the truth.


  • John Winters

    ★★ Watched by John Winters 20 Mar, 2010

    I didn't care for this one all that much. Damon is alright but the film doesn't tell the most interesting of stories.


  • Beppo The Super Monkey

    ★★★½ Watched by Beppo The Super Monkey 30 Oct, 2013

    Green Zone's half hearted attempts at making its points leaves it resembling little more than an entertaining movie.


  • Davis McCardle

    ★★★ Rewatched by Davis McCardle 30 Oct, 2013

    A forgotten about film, but something I was curious to revisit after seeing Greengrass's latest masterpiece in "Captain Phillips" since I had, well, forgotten about it. It's easy to see why it was neglected: it's a war film more focused on being a popcorn thriller with an intellectual base than a pro or anti conflict statement.


  • BallingAintEazy

    ★★★½ Rewatched by BallingAintEazy 27 Oct, 2013

    it's a generous 3.5 because I'm a sucker for modern war films


  • Stu Jamieson

    ★★★½ Watched by Stu Jamieson 11 Mar, 2010

    After the admirably apolitical The Hurt Locker comes the intensely political Green Zone, a story about the lies perpetuated by the US military machine regarding the existence of WMDs in Iraq and the efforts of one front-line grunt (who bears a striking resemblance to Matt Damon) to expose the truth. The result is a mixed bag of high tension, the destruction thereof and a blurring of the lines between fact and fiction.

    Hand held camera work is Paul Greengrass' strength…


  • 24thhero

    ★★★½ Added by 24thhero

    It might be Greengrass' weakest film, but it still is action packed and well directed enough to be interesting filmmaking.