Reviews for 360
JoBlo's Movie Emporium
Director Fernando Meirelles tackles romance and fate in the new drama 360, which features a very lovely international cast that including Anthony Hopkins, Jude Law, Maria Flor, Ben Foster and Rachel Weisz.
New York Post
A sort of “Babel” of bonking, “360” gives us much in the way of international anguish, frustrated coupling and longing stares, but there’s very little plausibility or genuine emotion in its egregiously contrived story of ardor gone amiss.
Laramie Movie Scope
“360” is 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.
Few things are as cinematically woeful as a movie that tries to say something profound but only ends up stating the obvious. 360 is as fine an example of this as you will find. Directed by Fernando Meirelles (City of God, The Constant Gardner) and...
It's not easy to make a successful multinarrative ensemble drama. When the genre works, a collection of small stories add up to compelling revelations about big, important themes. Just look at "Crash" (an examination of racism), "Traffic" (the drug trade)
Hopkins gives a superb performance in this episodic merlodrama. He shows up roughly halfway through as a grieving father on the search for his daughter who has disappeared. He is effortlessly charismatic. so subtle and compelling as a lost man coming...
Time Out London
In Peter Morgan’s script for 2010’s ‘Hereafter’, a glimpse of the beyond linked disparate individuals across the globe: this time his notional modernisation of playwright Arthur Schnitzler’s warhorse ‘La Ronde’ is the catalyst for an international...
Shadows on the Wall
Loosely based on Arthur Schnitzler's play La Ronde, this beautifully assembled film is easy to watch. But that's the problem: the subject matter should be much more difficult than this, as it's about having the courage to make unexpected choices.