Miller's wake-up call is meant to be ours. Too little and too late? Maybe. But even in this Bourne Zone, Damon and Greengrass haven't shirked their duty to enlighten and entertain. show more
For a while Green Zone generates genuine excitement, as well as plenty of provocation--a fatuous surrogate for Ahmed Chalabi, a pervasive scorn for American planning--but then goes off its own reservation into a won't-fly zone of awkward preachments and hapless absurdities. show more
In the wake of the Oscar-winning "The Hurt Locker" - a far better film, and one with a less strident, less obvious agenda - Green Zone arrives looking strangely anachronistic. show more
havent seen the movie yet, but already the neocons are trashing it. Wake up boys, there were no wmd's in Iraq.
Lots of action for a totally fabricated, viciously liberal political attack movie. It's even entertaining, but, isn't it about time for a factual movie about President Bush and the war in Iraq?
As entertainment, moderately so. Camera work was occassionally distracting with the herky jerky screen shots. I mostly like Damon's work, just not his politics. The story is a leftwing fairytale, the acting fair to good, the action good.