Tuesday, May 16, 2006


Steven Spielberg obviously has a lot of advantages when it comes to making a movie: he can choose the best scripts, the best cinematographers want to work with him. He is rich and successful, but he is still trying to make great movies. I think Munich is pretty good. It is political without lecturing. Some of the set pieces are amazing. There is a fantastic scene where the Israeli team is booked into the same safe house as a PLO team (who don't know the identity of the Israelis). There is a Mexican standoff, which is somehow defused.

This movie is so good to look, at, I was ashamed of my pathetic CRT based TV. Daniel Craig, the new James Bond, was quite a presence in a supporting role.

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