Steven Soderbergh is back with the Ed Solomon-scripted No Sudden Move but the lens choices are distracting to watch on a flat screen. On paper, this sounds like a fine film. In terms of execution, there are some rather distracting decisions being made. The lens choices just didn’t work with regards to home viewing. When they moved the dolly in order to follow the movement, it made for some distractions when the picture moved. It…"No Sudden Move: Lens Choices Don’t Work Well"
Let Them All Talk may be one of the most unique comedies to date with the film mostly taking place during an actual cruise crossing in 2019. Friendship between woman is a tale as old as time. What Deborah Eisenberg’s screenplay seeks to explore is how college friendships between women evolve over time. The film focuses on three women in particular: Alice (Meryl Streep), Roberta (Candice Bergen), and Susan (Dianne Wiest) Best-selling author Alice has…"Let Them All Talk Launches On HBO Max"
High Flying Bird shows that director Steven Soderbergh isn’t afraid of being an innovative filmmaker even if his retirement was premature. Soderbergh’s new film takes place during a pro basketball lockout. More on the lockout later. This is where we find sports agent Ray Burke (André Holland) in quite the pickle. If the game isn’t in session, he can’t quite bring in the money to fund his career. So he does the next best thing with…"High Flying Bird: A Sports Film Without Sports"
Steven Soderbergh follows up Logan Lucky with the iPhone-shot Unsane, featuring a great performance from Claire Foy and treads into Me, Too territory. Unsane will have viewers on the edge of their season as Sawyer Valentini (Claire Foy) isn’t sure what’s real and what isn’t. After being stalked by David Strine for a good two years, Sawyer has relocated from the comforts of Boston to Pennsylvania for a fresh start. Sawyer’s mother, Angela (Amy Irving) isn’t…"Unsane: Claire Foy is Amazing"
With the release of Logan Lucky, director Steven Soderbergh is back in a big way with a very funny heist caper. Directed by Steven Soderbergh from a screenplay by first-time screenwriter Rebecca Blunt, the heist film stars Channing Tatum, Adam Driver, Seth MacFarlane, Riley Keough, Katie Holmes, Katherine Waterston, Dwight Yoakam, Sebastian Stan, Brian Gleeson, Jack Quaid, with Hilary Swank, and Daniel Craig. Logan Lucky was produced as a test to see if indie filmmakers…"Logan Lucky: Steven Soderbergh is Back!"