Steven Soderbergh continues his directing with “no sudden move” a 1950s crime thriller movie that’s an obvious to the movies of that era and a showcase for its amazing cast, topped by Don Cheadle and Benicio del toro. HBO Max, premieres the film, the second tittle for the film by the director is “Let Them All Talk”.
The plan of the director not surprisingly goes aware, a series of twists, with full of crosses and double crosses. With the charm look under a cool exterior gruff, whispering voice, Cheadle establishes curt as a guy who is probably wise but not so underestimate. Ronaldo is most loquacious fellow who is having bad habits, among them who is seducing women.
“No Sudden Move” fares better with unpredictable nature of the characters, the impeccable period-from the music and disarmingly the heart beating dialogues, such as guy snarling, “You are not smart enough to know how not smart you are”. The incredible performance by Amy Seimetz in which no one would have been a threw away role so easily.
This film represents the sort of offering the possessed scant theatrical aspects even before covid, and a self-fulfilling prophecy in commercial limitations.