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Out of Sight (1998)

By: Loraine Pavich / January 23, 2013
If there’s a list out there of “Most Underrated Movies of All Time”, Out of Sight has to be very near the top. This perfect adaptation of Elmore Leonard’s sexy pulp novel centers on Foley, an affable bank robber played by George Clooney, who breaks out of prison only to find himself locked… More »

16 Films You Need to See in 2013: ‘Side Effects’

By: Phil Pirrello / January 3, 2013
Channing Tatum re-teams with ‘Magic Mike’ director Steven Soderbergh for a thriller about marriage, paranoia and… prescription drugs? Can’t wait. (Feb. 8)… More »

Channing Tatum Charmed Our Pants Off (By Removing His)

By: Todd Gilchrist / December 28, 2012
Any actor would kill to have a hit comedy, a hit romantic drama and a hit indie from Steven Soderbergh in their career. Channing Tatum had all three – in the same year. '21 Jump Street', 'The Vow' and 'Magic Mike' helped make 2012 the year of C. Tates. More »

Matthew McConaughey Did More Than ‘Alright’

By: Todd Gilchrist / December 28, 2012
McConaughey pulled a Travolta-sized comeback this summer, moving from gossip-mag mainstay to potential Oscar nominee with his turn in Steven Soderbergh’s hit, ‘Magic Mike’. As Dallas, an ego-centric, male stripper-turned-entrepreneur, McConaughey earned some of the best notices of his career, reaffirming that behind those leading-man good looks is one of the business’ best character actors. More »

‘Magic Mike’

By: Loraine Pavich / December 3, 2012
Steven Soderbergh’s 'Magic Mike' was a pleasant surprise at the movies this summer. It wisely didn’t let its well-crafted story and comeback performance from Matthew McConaughey get in the way of all the gyrating man-ness on display. Especially during Channing Tatum’s pants-melting dance number set to Ginuwine’s “Pony”. More »

Film’s 30 Hottest Lingerie Scenes: ‘Magic Mike’

By: Gabrielle Chung / September 17, 2012
In Steven Soderbergh's 2012 film, Channing Tatum plays the title character, who anchors an all-male strip club revue. More »