A.C. Douglas informs us that he will not see Munich because of its "corrupt, perfectly imbecile underlying philosophic premise." There's a much better reason: it's just not a very well-done film. It's flabby, wandering and an hour too long. Whatever you might eventually think of its "philosophic premise," once you tease it out, it doesn't set forth that "philosophic premise" in a clear way. See it only if you like to keep up with films or like to be able to keep up your end of a dinner conversation. After all the hero's sturm und drang about revenge, my reaction, following Occam, was "very bad management by his handlers."