This movie feels necessary right about now. It's a movie about corporate greed, lies, and how some things may never change. This is Matt Damon's vehicle all the way, but for Soderbergh it feels akin to a return to "Erin Brockovich" territory. Marvin Hamlisch's score goes a long way to convey the feel of the film, and while there are plenty of laughs delivered, there's something far sadder and a little scary underneath it all. I'm not sure about awards contention, but this is definitely worth catching in the theater if you can, or at the very least a rent.
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