Richard Schickel’s Time magazine cover story about Steven Spielberg’s Munich is now online, but you can’t read it unless you’re a Time subscriber. It’s called “Spielberg’s Secret Masterpiece” on the cover (along with Spielberg’s bearded puss), but the page title is “Spielberg Takes on Terror.” It begins with this graph: “The first and most important thing to say about Munich, Steven Spielberg’s new film, is that it is a very good movie — good in a particularly Spielbergian way. By which one means that it has all the virtues we’ve come to expect when he is working at his highest levels. It’s narratively clean, clear and perfectly punctuated by suspenseful and expertly staged action sequences. It’s full of sympathetic (and in this case, anguished) characters, and it is, morally speaking, infinitely more complex than the action films it superficially resembles — pictures that simply pit terrorists against counterterrorists without an attempt to explore anyone’s motives and their tragic implications.”