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Steven Soderbergh

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BILLY BUDD

BILLY BUDD REVIEWED “Billy Budd” is one of those Melville novels that you encounter as a literature student. There were three stories

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MOSAIC

MOSAIC REVIEWED “Mosaic” is Soderbergh’s first big TV project since “The Knick”. While the auteur has always been inventive, he rolls the dice hard on many concepts here. Specifically, he wants to reinvent the murder mystery. But, by forgoing the

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BILLY BUDD

BILLY BUDD REVIEWED “Billy Budd” is one of those Melville novels that you encounter as a literature student. There were three stories that always seem to dot particular parts of your life.

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MOSAIC

MOSAIC REVIEWED “Mosaic” is Soderbergh’s first big TV project since “The Knick”. While the auteur has always been inventive, he rolls the dice hard on many concepts here. Specifically, he wants to

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UNSANE

UNSANE REVIEWED “Unsane” could’ve been so trite in the hands of a lesser director. Hell, Soderbergh tries to test your patience by shooting the entire movie on three iPhone 7 Plus units.

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LOGAN LUCKY

AndersonVision Best Films of 2017: #12 – Logan Lucky (Bleecker Street) LOGAN LUCKY REVIEWED “Logan Lucky” hits all of those sweet spots for me. Soderbergh pulls his best Coen Brothers schtick, the

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GIRLFRIEND EXPERIENCE, THE: SEASON 1

THE GIRLFRIEND EXPERIENCE REVIEWED “The Girlfriend Experience” is lesser Soderbergh, but it finds new legs being adapted for TV. Riley Keough is quickly breaking out of the shadow of her maternal ancestry,

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KNICK, THE: THE COMPLETE FIRST SEASON

[vc_row][vc_column width=”1/1″][vc_video link=”https://youtu.be/Z880Wxny860″][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column width=”1/1″][vc_column_text]”The Knick” gave me a reason to take Cinemax seriously. Sorry, “Strike Back” and “Banshee”. You’re good Pulp shows, but you’re not enough to keep my ass glued to

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VISITORS

  THE PLOT THUS FAR VISITORS is the fourth collaboration of director Godfrey Reggio and composer Philip Glass together with filmmaker Jon Kane, advancing the film form pioneered by The Qatsi Trilogy

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