Munich

Discussion in 'The Classics - Films' started by dUb, Jan 30, 2006.

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Be careful what you put them through

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  1. dUb

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    Yeah yeah, well made, well acted, important socio-political issues involved....

    Fucking BORING though, for the most part.

    Apart from some of the more entertaining killings. Take THAT, you WHORE
     
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  2. Ellie

    Ellie Super talented triple threat

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    TOTALLY agree. Best bit was the arm hanging from the ceiling fan and the bit with the Dutch "Honey Trap" getting killed.
     
  3. cwej

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    I watched it tonight - really enjoyed it. Much more entertaining than Schindler's List ANYWAY...
     
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    Oooh yes, there was a lot more violence than I was expecting!
     
  5. cwej

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    I didn't realise how violent it was going to be either... the trailer made it look quite slow.
     
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    I did notice there were a few points at which we were both like "oh my god :grr: "
     
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    Rather SHIT. I'm appaled this movie was nominated for any Oscar - was it? NOT KEEN on Eric Bana, he should have done Hulk 2. The new James Bond guy is actually good, but I'm still struggling to see him as 007. Anyway, poor effort by Spielberg, which is a worringly pattern - 'War Of The World' comes to mind.
     
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    Yeah, it's up for Best Picture too :manson:
     
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    I hate War Of The World, I hate it a lot. I think I'll pass out on this one.
     
  10. abnormal

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    War Of The World has the SHITTIEST movie ending I've seen in quite a while. :grr:
     
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    God, I thought it was NEVER going to end. It just kept going on and on... Ok, yes the actors were great, but other than that I didn't really enjoy it.
     
  12. cwej

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    I AGREE. But I did enjoy Munich a lot.
     
  13. Sild

    Sild New balls please

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    COPIED OVER

     
  14. Ag

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    A proper struggle.
     
  15. Phoenix

    Phoenix L to the OG

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    As in boring or tough to watch? It's been ages since I watched it but I remember it was intresting enough.
     
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    Kinda boring. Really poor dialogue, didn't care for most the characters, killer or killed. Sure some of the set piece explosions and shooting were kinda fun, but they floated amongst a sea of overlong tedium. It was bad enough, that I didn't even get if it was predominantly anti-semitic or pro-Jewish.
     
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    Ugh. that's exactly how I felt. I really have no desire to go back to this and see what the fuss was about.
     
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    Struggle to believe it was an Oscar winner...
     

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