Movie Review: Green Zone

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They team-up once again to re-deliver an electrifying thriller. The film is moves around a warrant officer who helps a senior CIA officer in the search for weapons of mass destruction.

Green Zone is set in the chaotic early days of the Iraqi War when U.S.-led the occupation of Baghdad in 2003. In those harsh situations, every decision could lead to unprecedented consequences. No one is there on which one can place its belief. U.S. intelligence department believes that weapons of mass destruction are still stockpile in the Iraqi desert. Due to that, it dispatches Chief Warrant Officer Roy Miller (Damon) and his team of Army inspectors to find weapons. The dispatched team wanders here and there from one treacherous site to the next search for deadly chemical agents. They become transfix when come to know that there is an elaborate cover-up over them and from that, the purpose of their mission is inverted.

Miller then blazes a trail to hunt through covert and faulty intelligence hidden on foreign soil which will either clear a rogue regime or escalate a war in an unstable region. During the hunt, he will find many of those elusive weapons for which he came at this combustible place. At last, he discloses the faulty intelligence behind the mission.

Well I think that the movie would be as successful as its former ones that engaged the same actor and director duo. You will find more than action, secrets and intrigue as Matt Damon pursues the hidden mysteries of the Iraq war than what you had seen in other movies of this type. So, it’s a must watch for all mystery lovers.

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