Ed Driscoll

The Contrarian of Munich

Jason Apuzzo writes a powerful–and surprisingly positive–review of Steven Spielberg’s Munich. Apuzzo describes the film as three-quarters of the blockbuster pro-War On Terror flick that Hollywood should have cranked out at least a dozen of since the fall of 2001, done in only by a poor ending dominated by the ham-handed equivalence of Tony Kushner’s writing:

I would ask fellow conservatives to take a closer look at this film, and not go overboard in attacking it. Munich is not Fahrenheit 9/11, not by a long shot. Examine what Spielberg is doing here cinematically – especially in the delineation of character through action, rather than verbiage – although some of the verbiage in this film is quite good. Ask yourself who you