Munich was long, but interesting. Really interesting. I was worried it might "take sides" but really the only thing it promotes is stopping the cycle of violence. Or at least that's what I got out of it.
Breakfast on Pluto was also interesting in a very different way. While both movies showed people being persecuted for who they are (a bit of a stretch, but a common theme none the less) Pluto was a much smaller universe. Cillian Murphy was really good, and I liked Liam Neeson and Stephen Rae too. I would suggest waiting to rent it, though. I think most people would wonder why they had wasted the money. Plus, being a non-mainstream UK/Irish film, it's very much that "WTF?" that happens with early 90's British movies (pre-Four Weddings...) if any of that makes sence.
In other words, Gail is tired and will review more fully tomorrow after the 9am class. *shudder*