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Following the Olympics games in Munich, where 11 Israeli players have been hijacked and murdered by terrorists, the thing that makes the Israeli rage and resentment upon finding out the suspects, so they ask a group of Mossed agents who follow the suspect leaders and murder them brutally.
Actors: Ziad Adwan ,
Ziad Adwan
Ziad Adwan
Sasha Spielberg ,
Sasha Spielberg
Sasha Spielberg 14 May 1990, Los Angeles, California, USA
Moritz Bleibtreu ,
Moritz Bleibtreu
Moritz Bleibtreu 13 August 1971, Munich, Bavaria, Germany
Rim Turkhi ,
Rim Turkhi
Rim Turkhi
Amos Lavi ,
Amos Lavi
Amos Lavi 1935, Tripoli, Libya
Amos Shoov ,
Amos Shoov
Amos Shoov
Daniel Craig ,
Daniel Craig
Daniel Craig 2 March 1968, Chester, Cheshire, England, UK
Ohad Shahar ,
Ohad Shahar
Ohad Shahar 1957, Israel
Ossie Beck ,
Ossie Beck
Ossie Beck 1975
Ami Weinberg ,
Ami Weinberg
Ami Weinberg 26 October 1953, Israel
Michael Schenk ,
Michael Schenk
Michael Schenk 21 December 1965, OsnabrĂŒck, Germany
...»
Genre: Drama History Thriller
Director: Steven Spielberg
Steven Spielberg
Steven Spielberg 18 December 1946, Cincinnati, Ohio, USA
Country: United States
Release: 2005
IMDb: 7.5
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Duration: 164 min
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CRITICS OF "Munich"
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August 20, 2010

Spielberg described Munich as his 'prayer for peace,' yet his movie strangely lacks the eloquence and yearning of a prayer.
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San Francisco Chronicle
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December 27, 2005

Everything that keeps it from being lovable could be looked upon as a virtue, and everything about it is intentional.
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Miami Herald

December 27, 2005

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.
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ComingSoon.net
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April 08, 2011

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.
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Jerusalem Post
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March 22, 2016

It's an incoherent film, as if Spielberg desperately wanted to say something important and could only come to the conclusion that killing is bad and we're all human.
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Seattle Times
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December 27, 2005

It's a smart, mesmerizing and often angry film, from a truly confident filmmaker, but it remains, maddeningly, just beyond our grasp.
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Orlando Sentinel
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December 27, 2005

Like the superior Syriana, this isn't a Middle Eastern tale that offers much hope. It's just bloodstained history. And if we don't remember that history, Spielberg says, we learn nothing.
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Empire Magazine Australasia

November 07, 2012

This punishing, borderline amoral picture is Spielberg at his most bleak, and most challenging. It refuses to pick sides and resonates in unsettling ways.
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Philadelphia Inquirer

December 27, 2005

Munich ricochets all over the place, but it hits its target dead-on.
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The Dissolve
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February 23, 2015

Munich is more measured and classy than Spielberg's action-adventures.
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Newark Star-Ledger

December 27, 2005

The ultimate problem with Munich is that it's looking for a clear-cut answer that doesn't exist. And while it frames its final act as an argument, it's an argument it's having with itself.
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