Director: Steven Soderbergh Writer: Richard LaGravenese, Scott Thorson, Alex Thorleifson Starring: Michael Douglas, Matt Damon, Rob Lowe, Dan Aykroyd Running time: 118 minutes Year: 2013
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There’s mixed emotions when you head into the cinema knowing the film you’re about to watch is the last ever from a director. Steven Soderbergh has truly run the gamut during his career as a filmmaker. Never opting for one specific genre to make his mark, he’s laid his hand to a diverse range of features. From his breakout indie hit Sex, Lies and Videotape right through to the recent actioner Haywire, he always keeps his audience loyal through a directorial hand that knows when to go bold and when to pull back.