No Sudden Move Reviews

  • No Sudden Move
    • Genre : Drama,Crime,Thriller
    • Release Date :
    • MPAA Rating : R
    • Duration : 90 minute(s)
    • Production Budget : -
    • Studio : HBO Films
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  • Steven Soderbergh returns to peak crime drama form with an all-star cast. "No Sudden Move" is a riveting tale of theft, murder, and betrayal; it's a smart film that's well-acted across the board
    3.5 of 5 by Julian Roman [MovieWeb ]
  • Steven Soderbergh is so skilled at presentation and keeping a labyrinthine plot breezy fun that it's all a riveting hoot. There is also the bonus that just about every significant screen presence here gets an exciting moment that feels earned
    4 of 5 by Robert Kojder [Flickering Myth ]
  • Soderbergh, as always, has assembled an insane cast.. But this is no "Ocean's Eleven" - it's as dour and sluggish and deliberative as Soderbergh's other crime caper franchise is joyfully slick and stylish
    2.5 of 4 by Mark Kennedy [Associated Press ]
  • memorably offbeat moments of that sort, executed by a superb ensemble cast, keep "No Sudden Move" humming even when the film's convoluted, MacGuffin-heavy plot threatens to bog things down
    Review rate : B+ by Mike D'Angelo [AV Club ]
  • even as the movie devolves into an ineffectual shaggy-dog story shoehorned into a baffling and abrupt real-life backdrop, it remains a slick and enjoyable pastiche about messy outlaws adrift in a world designed to screw them over
    Review rate : B- by Eric Kohn [IndieWire ]
  • even as everyone's plans unravel, the film does not. The script, by Ed Solomon, is sharp, as is Steven Soderbergh's direction
    3 of 4 by G. Allen Johnson [San Francisco Chronicle ]
  • "No Sudden Move," in an ironic and refreshing way, deconstructs the standard heist movie cliches with the energy of the director's previous outings. It's not necessarily about the plot, but the destination and relationships molded along the way
    Review rate : B+ by Nate Adams [The Only Critic ]
  • "No Sudden Move", finds Steven Soderbergh playing to his strengths as a buoyant storyteller with a taste for intricate plotting, sardonic humor and crackerjack ensemble work
    by David Rooney [The Hollywood Reporter ]
  • "No Sudden Move" is not the liveliest new release in the marketplace, but it's 100% Soderbergh-ian, offering a distinct creative thumbprint instead of a gripping pace
    Review rate : B by Brian Orndorf [ ]
  • "No Sudden Move" is a clever neo-noir triumph for Steven Soderbergh; Another instantly immersive, richly layered and beautifully shot chapter in one of the most impressive directing careers of our time
    3.5 of 4 by Richard Roeper [Chicago Sun-Times ]

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