In addition to being an accomplished technician Brit director Paul Greengrass might just be the most deceptively intelligent filmmaker of our time. Having pioneered his own distinctive brand movie-making with the Bourne sequels, built on tightly wound mysterious unraveling at blistering pace, characterized by hyper-kinetic camera movement and editing, the franchise, at it's center, depicts a moral awakening that resonates deeply with a global population harboring a deep distrust of government and authority in the paranoid, post 9/11 era.
Matt Damon opened up about his hope for political change coming from the bottom up, while promoting his new Iraq war thriller Green Zone on Monday. "Politics is compromise," the actor mused. "I'm disappointed in the health care plan, and in the troop build-up in Afghanistan.