Soderbergh is back in familiar territory with a fun, twisty caper that never loses steam.
Made with largely improvised dialogue, this film could have been gimmicky, but turns out to be a subdued drama about broken friendships.
Soderbergh’s latest tries to do many things but doesn’t stick around long enough to develop any of them. A stellar cast is mostly squandered with brief roles that don’t leave an impact.
Steven Soderbergh’s second iPhone film is a nimble, dynamic con story, even if the topic of NBA negotiations can be obscure at times.
Steven Soderbergh took a $1.5 milllion budget (which could pay for roughly 40 seconds of a Marvel blockbuster), his iPhone 7, and made himself an outstanding psychological thriller. That alone is an achievement, but so is Claire Foy’s performance as the sole protagonist.