No Sudden Move (Steven Soderbergh – 2021) B+

The weird camera lens Soderbergh chose to use was a bit distracting, figured I’ll say that right out the door. The film though has some excellent performances and is so well-made. Tells the story set in the 60s about something I doubt most people had any clue about. Sure, it is disguised as a heist, gangster, low-level crooks story (and it is) but it is about much more than that. It involves race, capitalism and corporate corruption without hitting us on the head with it or coming off too preachy. It’s tragic and yet at times very funny, I just felt it could’ve been better served if the premise was more weaved in the plot without all the exposition at the end.

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