NO SUDDEN MOVE
Director: Steven Soderbergh
Starring: Don Cheadle, Benicio Del Toro, David Harbour, Brendan Fraser, Kieran Culkin, Ray Liotta, Amy Siemetz, John Hamm, Noah Jupe
I will forever be thankful Steven Soderbergh stepped back into filmmaking despite announcing his retirement years ago. Just months after the release of his last film, Let Them All Talk, he’s back with an all-star ensemble for No Sudden Move. It’s Detroit 1954 and Don Cheadle’s Curt Goynes is about to get wrapped up in some sketchy shit despite his recent release from jail. He’s a hitman with a reputation much like his partner in crime Ronald, played by Benicio Del Toro. They’re hired along with Kieran Culkin’s Charley to “babysit” the family of an auto executive, played by David Harbour. The crew needs Harbour’s character to steal a document out of his boss’s safe. Their job quickly goes awry forcing them to scramble out of the mess they’ve gotten themselves in. No Sudden Move is now streaming on HBO Max.
Here’s my review