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Brendan Fraser Boards Martin Scorsese’s ‘Killers Of The Flower Moon’ & Legendary Comedy ‘Brothers’

Exclusive: Brendan Fraser (No Sudden Move) has joined the casts of Martin Scorsese’s Killers of the Flower Moon and Max Barbakow’s Brothers.The former title from Apple TV + and Paramount Pictures is a crime drama, based on the bestselling book of the same name by David Grann. It’s set in 1920s Oklahoma and will examine […]

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How ‘No Sudden Move’ Writer Ed Solomon Drew Inspiration From the Past and the Future of Storytelling [Interview]

No Sudden Move would fit right in with a classic Hollywood noir marathon. Out of director Steven Soderbergh‘s diverse filmography, it’s most reminiscent of his movie The Good German in its intent. Together, the filmmaker and screenwriter Ed Solomon sought to capture a visual language rarely seen anymore. Benicio del Toro‘s Ronald Russo and Don […]

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12 Films To Watch in July: ‘No Sudden Move,’ ‘The Green Knight’ & More

For the first time in quite a while, the upcoming release schedule for films has veered back into some semblance of normal. There will still be several films that receive the treatment of being released in theaters simultaneously with a run on streaming services – either through a subscription such as HBO Max or paying […]

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Steven Soderbergh’s ‘No Sudden Move’: Film Review | Tribeca 2021

Not much separates corporate skullduggery from organized crime in No Sudden Move, which finds Steven Soderbergh playing to his strengths as a buoyant storyteller with a taste for intricate plotting, sardonic humor and crackerjack ensemble work. Double-crosses and side deals stack up one on top of another to create rippling complications in a three-man job […]

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Don Cheadle and ‘No Sudden Move’ Co-Stars Celebrate With In-Person Premiere at Tribeca Festival

For Don Cheadle and several of the cast members of “No Sudden Move,” the heist movie’s Tribeca Festival premiere was one of the first in-person events they’ve attended since the pandemic began.“I’m looking forward to the movie, it’s gonna be a crazy experience,” Cheadle told Variety at the film’s Friday night premiere. “I haven’t been […]

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‘No Sudden Move’: A Thrilling Yet Thoughtful Throwback From Steven Soderbergh [Tribeca Review]

Easing back into moviemaking after the months-long covid shutdown seems like a mighty stressful proposition, and from the looks of the cast and crew credits for “No Sudden Move,” Steven Soderbergh decided to alleviate that stress by surrounding himself with people he knew. It’s a picture chock full of reunions: with his frequent star Don […]

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‘No Sudden Move’ Review: Don Cheadle and Benicio Del Toro in Steven Soderbergh’s Playfully Dark ’50s Noir

Steven Soderbergh is a fantastically eclectic filmmaker (you never know where he’s going to go next), but if you look back over his roughly 30 dramatic features it’s telling to consider how many of them are some variety of tricky old-school thriller or film noir powered by suspenseful screw-tightening. I’m talking about the “Ocean’s” trilogy, […]

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‘No Sudden Move’ Review: Don Cheadle and Benicio Del Toro Have a Blast in Soderbergh’s Lighthearted Caper

Everyone is having such a blast in “No Sudden Moves” that it’s hard to realize how minimal of an impression it leaves until it’s over. Steven Soderbergh’s lighthearted crime caper offers the kind of fast-and-loose ensemble material that he spins out in his sleep, and with a robust cast on the same wavelength, “No Sudden […]

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‘No Sudden Move’ Trailer: Don Cheadle And Benecio Del Toro Lead A Packed Ensemble In Soderbergh’s Latest

As his fans will attest, Steven Soderbergh is a filmmaking machine. Since his return from “retirement” in 2016, the director immediately resumed his torrid production rate. Starting with 2017’s “Logan Lucky,” Soderbergh has made five films in the last five years, including 2018’s “Unsane” and “Let Them All Talk” for HBO Max last December. On […]

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