Inspired by Arthur Schnitzler's classic La Ronde, screenwriter Peter Morgan and director Fernando Meirelles' 360 combines a modern and dynamic roundelay of stories into one, linking characters from different cities and countries in a vivid, suspenseful and deeply moving tale of love in the 21st century. Starting in Vienna, the film beautifully weaves through Paris, London, Bratislava, Rio, Denver and Phoenix into a single, mesmerizing narrative.
- Category:Action, Drama, Romance
- Stars:Rachel Weisz, Jude Law, Anthony Hopkins, Ben Foster,
- Country:UK, Austria, France, Brazil, USA
- Director:Fernando Meirelles,
- Writer:Peter Morgan (screenplay)
Its about many strange people are from many countries weave facts into a lovely, interesting story. A deeply love is found in this film. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(jp) wrote: I have got this Movie on Digtal DVD and I '-it
(br) wrote: To split hairs, this is a zombie movie not a vampire movie! Not splitting hairs, this was a really poor zombie movie and it was a total waste of Seagal. I beg you to not waste your time on this movie!
(ag) wrote: This is a great romance and comedy, I love these moves that I end with a smile.
(nl) wrote: was way to predictabe and felt like to much like the first movie with a differant cast...Vivica knows how to dress her ass off thogh..
(kr) wrote: the trailer look scary..!
(es) wrote: I'm going to give this movie an extra star just because it's been one of the only "located in Romania" movies that was actually located in Romania. Acting was horrible. Plot was lame. If you want to make a sub par film, be my guest. But next time, leave the Romanians out of it!
(ca) wrote: Considering how bad I thought this movie was going to be, it kind of surprised me when I ended up not hating it. It's not one of the greats by any means, but for what it was...I had fun with it.
(fr) wrote: Weelll... The women didn't recognize it's not her husband even when he undressed? They must've been really alike. But she was sexy, that's the only thing, that kept me going on.
(gb) wrote: not a bad little movie
(us) wrote: Despite a weak storyline there's still some laughs due to Sellers. The best laughs come when Clouseau keeps bumping into Dreyfus. Dreyfus thinks he's going mad and just seeing things. Even a not so great Peter Sellers Pink Panther film is better than a Steve Martin Pink Panther movie.Burt Kwok gets a bit more screen time in this movie and as he is one of the best things in this series of movies I enjoyed it quite a bit. Although most debate The series probably should've ended on the high note that was "Strikes Again" instead of continuing on. This would be the last Pink Panther film to really feature Sellers, as he would die before production (outtakes and alternate cuts of Sellers were used in the next film) with well over 50 hours of funny flubs, and more were captured.
(it) wrote: Paradoxes, paradoxes everywhere.
(mx) wrote: love Comic made movies.
(au) wrote: I rolled my eyes for most of its duration time, now it hurts. Even though John Carpenter wrote it and someone else directs, the style of filming is almost ok; the flaws are structural and embedded in the writing. Continuity problems in the unfolding of the first 20 minutes, then lack of imagination for the rest. The construct of a ''horror hospital'' movie should have been interesting, but misfires. What's its point? Dont have kinky ''dirty nurse'' sex ? Imitations did it better. And hospitals are NEVER empty, a fact even horror story have to acknowledge. Even a sequel doesnt warrant this level of contempt for the material. Same night? then dont suddenly get jamie LCs hair all curled and groomed, shes in a hospital and all her friends just died. To hear the writers, they were treating it like gold: Really? Then why does it feel like a task? The actors directing ... They look like they were forgotten on the set with no script, pushed in front of the cams with the knife on their throat.. Director AND writer obviously knows the drill by heart, and made it nothing but a drill. So many good elements, so pitifully little coming out of it.
(au) wrote: Remember the good ole days before the internet? Before even television? Radio was the dominant technology and Allen nostalgically recalls not only the simplicity of those times but how the emerging tech was already shaping the dreams, thoughts, and thus the lives of the listeners. The subject is really too big for the time alloted and so the overall feeling is scattered, but the idea is there, and very nearly resonant.
(ru) wrote: this movie was badass! i wished i could had seen it in the theater. i really liked the action scenes.