Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 21%
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IMDb Rating 6.2 10 14439


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November 11, 2012 at 03:49 AM


Rachel Weisz as Rose
Jude Law as Michael Daly
Ben Foster as Tyler
800.67 MB
23.976 fps
1hr 50 min
P/S 2 / 16

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Reviewed by Michael Ledo 6 / 10

If the road forks, take it.

Imagine this is titled 360 because "Ring" and "It's a Small World" were already taken. 360 involves a number of disjointed stories that have a way of intersecting or not. There are many indie films out there that do this, some work better than others. The ones that work have quirky stories that hold our interest. This one does not. The stories consist of an escort, infidelity, a sex offender, a man looking for his missing daughter, and a Russian. There may be a few more.

The Denver airport was filmed in Minnesota, apparently they figured no one travels enough to either place to notice. While the acting wasn't bad, the stories were presented in a mundane fashion. One of the problems with the film is that you know in advance the story will circle back so you spend your time concentrating on how it is going to do that rather than try to take in what is on the screen.

If you like intersecting indie films, try Jason Freeland's "Garden Party" a modest production which I enjoyed more than this film.

Parental Guide: F-bomb, sex, and nudity. It had some of each, but really didn't dwell on it.

Reviewed by adonis98-743-186503 5 / 10

It could be better....

A dramatic thriller that weaves together the stories of an array of people from disparate social backgrounds through their intersecting relationships. The main problem with 360 is that some of it's characters are simply not that interesting like Jude Law's and Rachel Weisz's by the way speaking of this 2 i feel that all of those popular names like Weisz, Law, Anthony Hopkins and Ben Foster although they did a decent job their characters could be played by anyone either they loved the script or the paycheck was damn good. The acting is nice and some of the stories have depth like Hopkins as a grieving father or a man that works for the wrong people and wants to change his lifestyle but the film doesn't go anywhere at times and promoting it like those 4 big actors are the main leads was bad marketing to say the least. Overall 360 means well but it doesn't have a lot of strength to stay in one piece without eventually falling apart. (5/10)

Reviewed by jillmillenniumgirllevin 3 / 10

Poor copy of a classic original

360 lacks the glint of malice and sardonic cynicism of its model, Schnitzler's La Ronde, filmed in 1950 by Max Ophfuls. It wastes the talents of two fine actors, Jude Law and Anthony Hopkins. Law's part, in particular, amounts to a sniffle and a sneeze; Hopkins is given a monologue — in which he conveys the secret of life according to a Jesuit he knows: "Fuck it." His search for his missing daughter never acquires suspense or urgency. And the sterile, fluorescent lit morgue sucks oxygen from the movie. 360 is a travelogue that pings from Berlin to Paris to London and pongs to Denver and Phoenix and back again. But in each city we see only hotel rooms and airports. A drive around Vienna's famed Ringstrasse, the final act is meant to connote the casting off of shackles — from employer, from exploitative sister — in favor of impulse, liberation, and life. But it leaves us skeptical that the pair will end up differently from the couple at the end of The Graduate, a film with which it otherwise has little in common.

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