Mark Kinsella’s review:
Unfairly dismissed by a lot of people upon it's release which resulted in a small box-office, Munich is Spielberg's finest film since Schindler's List. And, dare-I-say-it, arguably a career best film!?
Riveting and an intelligent thriller that doesn't preach but ponders the question: In conflict, why is the solution to violence, violence?
There are no solutions here but the price is paid with loss of humanity and the trust we place with others. Spielberg dispels his usual Hollywood sentimentality for something that is adult, absorbing and it should be remembered as an exercise in filmmaking perfection.