A 3rd rate Soderbergh is still miles and miles above almost anything in Hollywood. That being said, after a first perfectly enjoyable viewing, this atempt at doing an anti-Ocean's Trilogy with better actors and less montages turns out to be kind of a senseless hillbilly porn and I can't even understand how Daniel Craig can be waaaay less distracting as a southern crook than Adam Driver, who was kind of jarring.
Massively enjoyable and smart capper that goes in on American capitalism and class. Soderbergh does something beautiful with his plot's structure and I would have happily spent another hour just hanging out with all its players. Tatum continues to surprise as the most charming American actor working today - Hollywood needs to give him all the roles.
While the acting is effervescent and the camerawork assertive, the plot stays a few holes below Soderbergh’s remake of “Ocean’s 11”. However, one can sense his passion when dabbling in this particular genre, even if I dig better his low-budgeted, art-house independent inventions. (3.5 stars)