Re: Review: 'Munich' a masterpiece
- From: "1MAN4ALL" <forahmad@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: 11 Jan 2006 20:32:17 -0800
The Chozen Few wrote:
> "1MAN4ALL" <forahmad@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
> > The Chozen Few wrote:
> >> Review: 'Munich' a masterpiece
> >> Spielberg film brilliantly acted, directed, written
> >> By Paul Clinton
> >> For CNN.com
> >> Friday, December 23, 2005 Posted: 1424 GMT (2224 HKT)
> >> The film, directed by Steven Spielberg, is a visceral, emotionally
> >> exhausting work that dares to ask questions -- and gives no easy
> >> answers --
> >> regarding the horrifying events that occurred at the 1972 Munich Olympics
> >> and their aftermath.
> >> That fall, the entire world watched as an extremist Palestinian group,
> >> Black
> >> September, kidnapped and massacred Israel's 1972 Olympic team. This was
> >> at
> >> an Olympics labeled "The Olympics of Peace and Joy."
> >> The deaths were played out in real time on television, with the hostage
> >> drama culminating in a botched rescue mission at a nearby airport. Many
> >> historians point to Olympic tragedy as the beginning of the kind of
> >> worldwide terrorism we know today.
> > I haven't seen the movie yet but, almost every year, Hollywood produces
> > one or two movies in which American/Israeli heroes kill dozens, if not
> > hundreds, of "terrorists." This satisfies bloodlust of ordinary
> > Americans who hate Arabs/Muslims. If that is enough, other movies are
> > produced in which rich Arab sheiks are acting stupid. Nothing new.
> Yeah, nothing as avante garde as actually cutting infidels' heads off on
Some of the beheaded were also Muslims, not just "infidels." There is
no need for that type of sarcastic humor. If you are going to keep on
comparing yourself with the terrorists, you would always look good.
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