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360 Blu-ray

Posted July 28, 2012 03:59 PM by Webmaster

Magnolia Home EntertainmentMagnolia Pictures will release on Blu-ray Brazilian director Fernando Meirelles' (City of God) latest film 360 (2011), starring Rachel Weisz, Anthony Hopkins, Jude Law, Jamel Debbouze and Moritz Bleibtreu. The release will be available for purchase on November 6th.

From two acclaimed artists: director Fernando Meirelles (City of God, The Constant Gardener) and writer Peter Morgan (The Queen, Frost/Nixon). 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.

Note: Last year, the film was nominated for Best Film Award at the London Film Festival.

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News comments (13 comments)


Don Corleone
 - Jul 28, 2012

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Wow a movie about the xbox 360. Nyuck ! Nyuck ! Nyuck !

scottevil50
 - Jul 28, 2012

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Anthony Hopkins looks like he can't believe he got the "red ring of death" on the XBOX again.

scottevil50
 - Jul 28, 2012

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All seriousness though, great director very good cast so hopefully will be good.

Hunk Golden
 - Jul 28, 2012

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There's a free HD sneak preview of this movie this Wednesday at 8:30, 10:30, 12:30 (ET) on HDNET Movies (CH 383 on Dish Network, for those of you with Dish).

blame_thatcher
 - Jul 29, 2012

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Skip it. It received some atrocious reviews when it was shown at some festivals towards the end of last year.

Holmes
 - Jul 29, 2012

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I watched it on demand a few days ago. It plays as a very insubstantial and glib variation on the Traffic/Syriana/Babel formula. Too bad considering the pedigree. The actors are underutilized because every story is squeezed into a tight 15- to 20-minute space; obviously people as gifted as Hopkins and Weisz aren't going to give -bad- performances, but they have no room to play.

I wasn't too surprised, though, I s'pose. One can't help but raise an eyebrow when a film from the director of City of God, the writer of The Queen and Frost/Nixon, and featuring Anthony Hopkins, Jude Law, Rachel Weisz, and Ben Foster is released by a small distributor on demand during the summer. If it were good, I'm sure Fox Searchlight or Focus Features would have it scheduled for a November or December release.

zemat
 - Jul 30, 2012

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Saw it in cinema this WE in France, and I agree with Holmes.
This is not a bad movie, but it's surely the worst of this excellent director...

txfilmguy
 - Jul 30, 2012

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Of all of Anthony Hopkins' roles, this one seems the most authentic. If you're looking for over-the-top, this isn't it, but check out his monologue at the AA meeting. This is a great example of an actor that doesn't let acting get in the way of the character. You don't see an actor working here... just a real man coming to terms with his circumstances. Also, Maria Flor turns in an outstanding performance.

Happy_Evil_Dude
 - Jul 30, 2012

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@zemat: worse than Blindness? Ouch!

zemat
 - Jul 31, 2012

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@Happy_Evil_Dude : at least Blindness was engaging and created vivid emotions most notably through its infamous rape scene, and not bland as was 360.

eiknarf
 - Jul 31, 2012

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Cool! XBOX 360 comes out on Blu-ray!

scottevil50
 - Jul 31, 2012

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So I get voted down because I said great director and good cast so hopefully it be good. oh well can't make everyone happy.

Hunk Golden
 - Aug 01, 2012

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scottevil,

I just voted your comment "up" because I agree with you. You're not trashing the film, you get voted down. I post about a free screening of the movie, I get voted down. WTF?? I don't get too caught up in this stuff. Everyone has opinions. It's just really weird sometimes.


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