Sunday, August 5, 2012


I’ll admit it. I’m the target audience for “360.” From “Grand Canyon” to “Short Cuts” to such Oscar bait as “Babel” and “Crash,” I’ve always been a sucker for any halfway decent interconnected-vignettes movie. Director Fernando Meirelles keeps this globetrotting picture spinning breezily along, with some lovely visuals and a must-have soundtrack. “360” doesn’t play with foreground and background as interestingly as, say, “2 Days in the Valley,” and none of the stories resonates much after the credits roll, but I enjoyed the one involving Anthony Hopkins, Ben Foster, and Maria Flor, and the performances are universally solid. "360" is a sophisticated, cosmopolitan, adult entertainment.

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