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It's been a bitter pill to swallow, news that maverick filmmaker Steven Soderbergh, whose "Side Effects" opens Friday, is parting ways with the big screen.
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only reveal so much without turning into an outright spoiler. My advice: Read reviews afterward to avoid clues that are dropped in willy nilly, ruining the surprises.
The underappreciated Law is terrific as Jonathan Banks, an ambitious, impeccably put together (or so he thinks) New York psychiatrist. His hotshot life goes into a tailspin when he takes on a new patient, the depressed and suicidal Emily Taylor (Mara, who starred in the American version of "The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo"). She is grappling with major issues, including the release of her convicted husband (Channing Tatum), who was imprisoned for insider trading. When the despondent Emily fails to respond to therapy and drugs, Jonathan puts her on a new antidepressant. Big trouble results.
'Side Effects' is on heavy meds
What can be said is that, as with his previous films, Soderbergh dresses up this one in high artistic style (love that slow zoom in opening shot that establishes the overall tone) and has assembled a well cast group of actors who've worked with him before.
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Whether the 50 year old Oscar winner who helped pour the independent film movement's foundation with 1989's "Sex, Lies and Videotape" sticks to his retirement plans and redirects his creative efforts toward paintings, theater and the occasional TV project remains to be seen. Whatever happens, let's just revel in the guilty pleasure nature of his "final" cinematic brush stroke, "Side Effects." A doozy of a Hitchcockian thriller with Jude Law, Rooney Mara and Catherine Zeta Jones, "Effects" is a go for broke valentine to '80s cinematic psychological potboilers such as "Jagged Edge" and "Fatal Attraction." What a treat to see the spirit of these nail biters revived with such sleek skill and deep affection.
As a director, Soderbergh is in a rascally mood, assuming the role of trickster as he pulls the proverbial rug out from under us time Nike Dri Fit T Shirt White
Certainly, Soderbergh has made meatier fare. Yet "Effects" turns to be a fine finale, one of his most satisfying features, a crackling contemporary film noir that's performed with punch and smarts.
Rooney Mara in "Side Effects." (AP Photo/Open Road Films, Barry Wetcher)Navigating her way through these twists like a pro is Zeta Jones as Emily's former psychiatrist. It's a melodramatic but apt assignment for the showstopping Zeta Jones, who plays it with relish and a side of ham. Mara, so seething with intelligence and fury in "Tattoo," mesmerizes as Emily, while Tatum, in a small but pivotal role as the cocky husband, continues to impress. Law, meanwhile, is perfect as the confident and slick Jonathan, especially as events around him spin out of control.
and again. He and Nike Aeroloft Hybrid recent collaborator Scott Z. Into the mix, they toss chewy talking points about the pharmaceutical industry and psychiatry. But don't expect a somber, serious minded film like Soderbergh's compelling "Traffic," a 2000 epic about the futile war on drugs that rightfully won him a best director Oscar. Even though the business of psychiatry gets elbowed in the ribs, the focus here is to entertain, not enlighten. And "Effects" does that throughout, keeping us riveted even as the story goes progressively more bonkers.
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