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In 1972, at Olympic Games, which happens at Munich, there is a murder that 11 athletes are killed by a terrorist gang named Black September. Israeli’s goverment sends a group of inspectors to investigate this case to bring justice back.
Munich is an important story to be sure but an important movie isn't the same as a great one. It's told in such a muddled way the message is easily lost, except for the moments when it is hammered home at the cost of story-telling believability.
It's a brutal, merciless, somber picture, utterly devoid of the heart-tugging sentimentality that always creeps into even his best films. It is also, unfortunately, timid when it should be bold and clunky when it should be eloquent.
December 27, 2005
Empire Magazine Australasia
This punishing, borderline amoral picture is Spielberg at his most bleak, and most challenging. It refuses to pick sides and resonates in unsettling ways.
November 07, 2012
Munich is more measured and classy than Spielberg's action-adventures.