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Blu-Ray Review: Steven Soderbergh’s Excellent ‘The Informant!’ With Matt Damon

The Informant

CHICAGO – Steven Soderbergh is arguably the most important American filmmaker working today and his “The Informant!” with Matt Damon, just released on Blu-ray and DVD, is a great piece of evidence to support that argument. He continues to bring traditional stories to life in continuously unique, interesting ways.

Steven Soderbergh’s ‘The Informant!’ Puts Matt Damon on a Wire

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CHICAGO – Behind every great fortune lies a great crime, as the saying goes. In director Steven Soderbergh’s “The Informant!,” he and Matt Damon carve out a satire where the “crime” becomes entangled with the larger issues of “justice.”

TV Review: Think Carefully Before Enrolling in ‘Community’

CHICAGO – The deadpan wit of Joel McHale works brilliantly on “The Soup” and he delivers excellent work in the “The Informant!,” but there’s something about it that doesn’t translate to sitcom television.

HollywoodChicago.com Hookup: 20 Passes to Matt Damon’s ‘The Informant!’ Screening in Chicago, 10 Books

The Informant! with Matt Damon

CHICAGO – In our latest edition of HollywoodChicago.com Hookup: Film, we have 20 admit-two passes up for grabs to the upcoming Chicago screening of the new Steven Soderbergh comedy “The Informant!” starring Matt Damon! We’re also hooking our HollywoodChicago.com winners up with 10 books of the true story by Kurt Eichenwald, too!

2009 Warner Brothers Fall Picture Preview: ‘Sherlock Holmes,’ ‘Where the Wild Things Are,’ More

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Cameron Diaz stars as Norma Lewis in The Box. Credit: Dale Robinette.

CHICAGO – This 20-image slideshow contains the official press images for the Fall/Winter schedule from Warner Brothers including “Whiteout,” “The Informant!,” “The Invention of Lying,” “Where the Wild Things Are,” “The Box,” “The Blind Side,” “Ninja Assassin,” “Invictus,” and “Sherlock Holmes”.

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