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Green Zone (DVD)

Matt Damon, Greg Kinnear

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Loot Price R112 Discovery Miles 1 120

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During the U.S.-led occupation of Baghdad in 2003, Chief Warrant Officer Roy Miller and his team of Army inspectors were dispatched to find weapons of mass destruction believed to be stockpiled in the Iraqi desert.

Rocketing from one booby-trapped and treacherous site to the next, the men search for deadly chemical agents but stumble instead upon an elaborate cover-up that inverts the purpose of their mission.

Spun by operatives with intersecting agendas, Miller must hunt through covert and faulty intelligence hidden on foreign soil for answers that will either clear a rogue regime or escalate a war in an unstable region.

And at this blistering time and in this combustible place, he will find the most elusive weapon of all is the truth.


Studio: Universal Home Entertainment
Release date: July 2010
Movie released: 2010
Actors: Matt Damon • Greg Kinnear
Dimensions: 192 x 137 x 15mm (L x W x T)
Format: DVD
Running time: 1 hour, 55 minutes
Region encoding: Region 2. This DVD will play in all South African DVD players.
Languages: English
Age restriction: 15 LV
Categories: Movies & TV > Action
Movies & TV > War
Movies & TV > Feature Film
Barcode: 5050582758795

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Fri, 8 Oct 2010 | Review by: Carlisle Johnson

This movie is certainly full of bullets and explosions and lots of tense war action, but the story is just too weak. Plus, it offers nothing new. It seems very anti-American and is merely bashing the country for going to war. A commendable stance, but it should have at least had a decent storyline to accompany it. Also, there's no character to align the audience with. And the director, Paul Greengrass, once again adopts the same handheld-camera action fetish he's displayed in his previous movies ("The Bourne Ultimatum" and "United 93"), but here they just manage to induce a major headache.

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