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Great Job, Internet!: Let’s debate Steven Soderbergh’s filmography

Steven Soderbergh frequently claims he’s retiring from directing movies, but fortunately these protests never seem to last very long. His current return from the cinematic grave is Logan Lucky, which opens this weekend; our film staff says the movie proves that Soderbergh is as great as ever. Indeed, he’s has had quite an illustrious film career, ever since his debut Sex, Lies & Videotape wowed audiences at Cannes in 1989.
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