A thought-provoking surprise from famed director Steven Spielberg, MUNICH explores the after effects of the brutal terrorist attacks on the Israeli at...
ProGreat cast, great locations, Spielberg on the most...
ConsNone for me
ConsHow truthful is this?
ProIncredibly harrowing; raw and authentic; superb sc...
ConsSpielburg expects audience to know what the film m...
ProEric Bana, Geoffrey Rush.
ProA compelling story, and an educational resourse
ProA worthy and balanced film
ConsThough well made, it is very heavy going and somet...
ProIncredibly powerful drama in places
ConsTakes too long to get anywhere
Progood acting, good plot
Consbit too bloody at times
ProGritty Style, A compelling subject, nice performan...
ConsDrags on far too long for it's own good
ProSome good acting & a good cast
ConsLong and sometimes difficult to follow
ProBana, Lonsdale, Hinds, Rush; moral ambivalence, su...
ConsUnnecessarlly graphically violent a la 'Saving Pvt...
ProBrilliant cast and story
DVD Region: DVD
Studio(s): Universal Pictures UK Video Rental, UNIVERSAL PICTURES UK; UNIVERSAL MUSIC OPERATIONS
Release date: 12/06/2006
No of Discs: 1
Catalogue No: 8302887, 83028 8
Barcode: 5050583028873, 5050583028880
Screenwriter: Eric Roth, Steven Spielberg, Tony Kushner
Featured: Steven Spielberg
Author: Colin Wilson
Executive Producer: Kathleen Kennedy, Steven Spielberg
Producer: Kathleen Kennedy, Colin Wilson, Barry Mendel, Steven Spielberg
Composer: John Williams
Main Language: English
Subtitle Language: Arabic, Icelandic
Hearing Impaired Language: English
Special Features: Introduction From Director Steven Spielberg, Munich The Team The Mission
Aspect Ratio: 2.35 Anamorphic Wide Screen
Sound: Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround
Dubbing Sound: Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround English
Review: Included in Entertainment Weekly's Top Ten Films Of The Year -- Steven Spielberg's brilliant political thriller is a work of spectacular and unsettling excitement (Entertainment Weekly, )<br><br>...a thumpingly well-made superbly paced thriller (Film 2006, )<br><br>Spielberg has completed the process begun with simpler SCHINDLER'S LIST to become a truly adult director, with this, his bravest film (Uncut, )<br><br>This is a smart and often tense work....It's definitely powerful enough to make you wish he'd head in this direction more often (USA Today, )<br><br>
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