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Side Effects Review | Examiner

David Weaver from Examiner writes: Growing ever closer to his self imposed early retirement from filmmaking, director Steven Soderbergh is clearly still more than capable of delivering a gripping film going experience like no other. Combining the current over indulgence our society has with prescription drugs with a psychological tale of disturbing realities, he creates a thriller that is both topical and endlessly fascinating to watch unfold. Featuring four actors all delivering grade A performances and the director's usual solid filmmaking techniques, "Side Effects" takes an already intriguing premise and turns it seamlessly into a film experience that will keep you guessing at every turn. (Cinema, Side Effects) B+/A+

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