"MUNICH" - Your thoughts on the movie Message Board

  • View author's info posted on Feb 16, 2006 09:43


    How beautiful and eloquent you write..
    Yes to be lucky enough to find love again...I think that is what most of us are hoping for perhaps we are with age wiser more mature.
    and battle scars teach us that for love we fought the good fight and if we end up with True love again then all was not lost nothing ventured nothing gained and what doesn't kill one only makes one stronger,
    Thanks for the compliments Carib Lv back to you in doubles
    cariblv21 write:
    Happy Valentines Day to ALL,,,,,,,,,, Most importantly to Dorma and thegoodlife421 two WOMAN that really do know what it is all about. They may kid around, but any man from what I have seen should be honored to have them on their arm. Two very lucky Men will have the honor of knowing their souls and that my friends is one of the greatest gifts of all.

    May you all find Love one more time in your lives,,,,,,,,,, Enjoy

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  • View author's info posted on Feb 14, 2006 11:52


    Happy valentines everyone..
    King Kong had my Man Adrien Brody in the Movie.....Yummy.......
  • View author's info posted on Feb 12, 2006 21:00


    Sharp,
    I finally saw Munich and I LOVED it. It was intense and extremely thought provoking. Couldn't figure out why they insisted on using bombs. I agreed with the one guy who said "just shoot them". It eliminates all that planning.

    I also went to see BrokeBack Mountain to see why it was nominated for so many awards. I liked it a great deal,but the blonde guy was inaudible for most of the movie. I had to strain to hear what he was saying, But, then again I was in one of those theatres that serves dinner while you watch the movie. Maybe my 2 glasses of Merlot contributed to my not hearing as well.
    Anway, I loved Both Movies, now I must go see Syriana!

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  • View author's info posted on Jan 22, 2006 10:03


    I have not seen Munich as yet,
    But, I did go to see KING KONG finally and was not sure what to think when It ended. But, they really could have done without the first hour of it.
    And, I am still not sure if it was beauty that killed the beast!!!!

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  • View author's info posted on Jan 22, 2006 07:47


    I going to the movies today...but don't know if I want to see Munich or Brokeback mountain. Either one will leave me sobbing to be sure, but one is fiction. I think Steven Speilberg's intention is to educate the public and he wasn't going to sugar coat the sad event. I always appreciate movies based upon fact, and documentaries as a learning experience. Open's your eyes to the plight and life circumstances of other's around the world.
  • View author's info posted on Jan 15, 2006 21:12


    I was in 7th grade ,in Math class ,when my teacher turned on the radio so we heard the live broadcast of this event.That night on T.V I saw much more, and detailed coverage.This event made a lasting impression on me , as it was the 1st time I really grasped what "terrorism" was . I remember feeling so sorry for the athletes , the wrestlers especially.. The movie was very well directed , acting was good , special effects were awesome. Like Goodlife said ... it was depressing !! I think that is the way you should have felt .. that was a very terrible event .. there was nothing to feel good about. This is only my opinion..2 thumbs up.
  • View author's info posted on Jan 15, 2006 17:05


    It was awesome Just great. I liked how well the acting was , how well directed the movie was...the story was told accordingly you left feeling like I saw a great movie the leading male actor hot..hot.
    Thanks great movie Sharp
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