Green Zone

Plot hole: There is no way Freddy could know where to find Al Rawi to gun him down. After a lengthy, chaotic chase through Baghdad, Al Rawi is about to be captured by Miller, and Freddie simply shows up. This makes no sense at all.

Continuity mistake: In the scene where the team is in the process of clearing the sniper, Miller says, "When the 203 goes, we're going to go all the way down to the left side." The team member with the 203 (the grenade attachment for the m16) never shoots, only the 240B (the full assault rifle). (00:06:00)

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Other mistake: When Matt Damon is in the dark alley pursuing the intermediary who will lead him to the General, it appears, at the first sight of his right leg thigh holster, that the holster is empty. However, several scenes later, when the camera is behind him, you can see the reflection of light off of the magazine, in the magazine well of the pistol.

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General Al Rawi: Your government wanted to hear the lie, Mr. Miller... They wanted Saddam out and they did exactly what they had to do.

Miller: I thought we were all on the same side?
Martin Brown: Don't be naive.

Miller: When you peddled that shit in DC, did they know it was a lie? Or did they just never bother to ask?
Clark Poundstone: Okay, okay. Come on, none of this matters anymore. WMD? This doesn't matter.
Miller: What the fuck you talking about? Of course it fucking matters! The reasons we go to war always matter! It's all that matters! It fucking matters!


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