U2: 360° at the Rose Bowl

U2: 360° at the Rose Bowl

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Director: Tom Krueger, Willie Williams

Cast: Tom Krueger, Willie Williams, U2

     
 

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This musical release from legendary rock band U2 captures a live performance recorded at the Rose Bowl with over 27 cameras during their 2009 U2360 tour. Some of the songs featured in the concert include " Get On Your Boots," "Magnificent," "The Unforgettable Fire," "Until the End of the World," and many more.

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This musical release from legendary rock band U2 captures a live performance recorded at the Rose Bowl with over 27 cameras during their 2009 U2360 tour. Some of the songs featured in the concert include " Get On Your Boots," "Magnificent," "The Unforgettable Fire," "Until the End of the World," and many more.

Product Details

Release Date:
06/08/2010
UPC:
0602527381343
Original Release:
2009
Source:
Imports
Sales rank:
36,368

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U2: 360° at the Rose Bowl 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Cosmic_Messenger More than 1 year ago
The production of this concert is very bad. The non-stop movement of the cameras along with the 1980's era quick cuts is very fatiguing after a very short time. And several members of the family began to complain of feeling nauseous because of the continuing camera antics. The great directors of filming concerts do not allow their coverage and documenting of the concert to get in the way of the concert experience. But the folks who produced and directed this show destroyed any sense of what U2 or the 360 shows are about. It was only after listening and not watching that I realized that U2 really had put on an awesome show. In my opinion, as a person who has been a fan of U2 since the "I Will Follow" days, the directors, producers of this concert film really missed an opportunity and need to learn how to capture and document the event instead of trying to put on a camera / effects show no one wants to see.