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From two acclaimed artists: director Fernando Meirelles (City of God, The Constant Gardener) and writer Peter Morgan (The Queen, Frost/Nixon). With a stellar international cast that includes Rachel Weisz, Anthony Hopkins, Jude Law, Ben Foster, Jamel Debbouze and Moritz Bleibtreu, 360 is a moving and exciting dramatic thriller that dazzlingly weaves together the stories of an array of people from disparate social backgrounds through their intersecting relationships. -- (C) Magnolia
Aug 3, 2012 Limited
Nov 6, 2012
Magnolia Pictures - Official Site
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The film's generic, meaningless title is a sign of the dullness to come.
360 is a classic example of how you can't always judge a movie by its credits.
Though the cinematography looks sleek, with shots through windows and in mirrors, split screens and city lights that blur and sharpen, the stories equate to a tangled mess.
'360' is classy but utterly amorphous, and that seemingly benign title gives far too much away.
Like the fork that usually comes with your airplane meal, 360 is plastic.
It often feels forced and inauthentic. Perhaps it's a weakness of the direction, but ultimately the film fails to fire up all its many cylinders
Circular exploration of sex, love and relationships, in which interconnected characters reveal how actions, reactions and consequences impact on us all
One of those movies with a plot that is intricately constructed of a bunch of seemingly unrelated parts that end up fitting together improbably, but very nicely at the end.
It just goes to show that, even with so much talent involved behind and in front of the camera, some material just won't work.
A carousel that gets caught up in its own whirlwind and doesn't utilize or know how to appreciate its talent properly.
As the action moves from Vienna to Paris to London to Denver to Phoenix and then back again, the vignettes blur into one another ...
According to 360 the world is united in broken dreams and wounded hearts. It's too bad that playing R.E.M.'s "Everybody Hurts" on a two-hour loop could have expressed the sentiment more effectively.
Despite a few good moments, it's depressing, obnoxious, and condescending. To use a favorite critics' word, it's "leaden"... it just refuses to move.
A starry cast and a knowing air can't add depth to Peter Morgan's tale of blackmail, infidelity and dodgy deals.
A waste of talent and a tired enterprise, with its brief snippets of compelling content undone by the overarching blandness.
An utterly superficial movie ineffectively posing as a work of significance. Yes, "grandiosely superficial" will do quite nicely.
Burdened with a dawdling pace and a contrived storyline (and the moral vacuum said storyline creates), 360 falls short on pretty much every level.
Morgan just skims the surface of most of the stories, leaving you disappointed and frustrated when something with potential goes unfulfilled.
- Sergei: When two vowels go walking only one does the talking.
- Older man: If we only live once... how many chances do we get?
- Michael Daly: I make you happy right? I make you feel good.
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