... it is stunning to watch Munich and realize that its director brought Schindler's List to the world. Where that was artistry drawn from truth, Munich is cinematic manipulation rooted in lies.
Link via Dry Bones.
A friend of David Horowitz comments on Munich. A small part:
IT IS NO ACCIDENT THAT SPIELBERG PREVIOUSLY PRAISED CASTRO. HE JUST DOESN'T GET IT. A SUPER-RICH GUY WITH EVERYTHING, HE HAS NO REAL CONCEPT OF SELF-DEFENSE. HE IS CONSUMED WITH THE ART FORM, WITH HOW HE TELLS A STORY, AND HE IS A GENIUS IN THAT RESPECT, BUT HE IS, AT BEST, TERRIBLY MUDDLED AND A MORAL IDIOT. OF COURSE, HE COULD HAVE MADE HIS SAME POINTS IN A MOVIE THAT DIDN'T PRETEND ANY RESEMBLANCE TO REALITY; HE COULD HAVE MADE A MOVIE THAT HAD NOTHING TO DO ABOUT MUNICH, THAT DEALT WITH HIS PARTICULAR AMBIVALENCE ABOUT SELF-DEFENSE. THIS IS NOT A GUY I'D WANT NEXT TO ME IN THE TRENCHES OR TO CONFRONT ARMED THUGS AND RAPISTS. BUT HE DIDN'T. HE TOOK HIS VIEWS AND SCREWED OVER ISRAEL AND JEWS.