Watched The Laundromat (2019)

This is what can only be described as one of Steven Soderbergh’s between a blockbuster films. It shares a little with Adam McKay’s 2015 film The Big Short. I remember McKay’s film being a little more dynamic. It feels as though it might’ve been stronger if the narrative pull, and the fourth wall breaking, was in the hands of the innocents rather than the villains. It all feels a little episodic, like an anthology film, rather than a feature.

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