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    Here Are the Results of Indiewire’s First-Ever Steven Soderbergh Survey

    Nearly five dozen critics sent us their favorite films, performances and moments from Steven Soderbergh's filmography. We have the full results for your viewing (or planning-on-viewing) pleasure.

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    SCREEN TALK: Soderbergh's 'The Knick,' Why Filmmakers Are Heading for TV, Locarno Film Fest & More

    Today on the latest episode of Screen Talk, Indiewire's Eric Kohn and I discuss Steven Soderbergh's Cinemax series "The Knick," what to see and skip this weekend in theaters, the Locarno Film Festival and more.

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    'The Knick': Steven Soderbergh Recasts 'House' with Clive Owen

    "The Knick" is "House, M.D." set in 1900, a medical drama about a brilliant, junkie doctor, an American played by a charismatic British actor. Clive Owen's character, John Thackeray, might have been an ancestor of Hugh Laurie's House. Steve Soderbergh's direction elevates the series, but it is a con...

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    Watch: Clive Owen Takes Intensity to a New Level in These Clips From Episode 1 of 'The Knick,' Photos Too

    Here are two video clips and some photos from the first episode of 'The Knick'

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    TV Review: Steven Soderbergh's 'The Knick' Starring Clive Owen

    "No one handles the unexpected like John Thackery," someone quips in "The Knick." "It's where I live," comes the doctor's quick reply, and it's about as perfect a summation of the lead character of the new Cinemax show that you're likely to get. "Unexpected" is also a good descriptor of the series i...

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    'Difficult Men's Author on the Drawbacks of Auteur-Driven TV

    Brett Martin lionized David Chase and Matthew Weiner, but he says the cult of the showrunner may have gone too far.

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    Review: Steven Soderbergh Brings Style to 'The Knick,' But is the Surgical Drama Dead on the Table?

    Steven Soderbergh provides the sole dose of original flourishes to a frustratingly mediocre medical drama.

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    Steven Soderbergh's 'The Knick' Isn't TV's Future, But It Makes You Feel Good About Its Present

    The 19th century doctors in Steven Soderbergh's Cinemax series are medical pioneers, but Soderbergh;s just looking to put his own spin on a classic TV genre.

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    'The Knick' Creators on How They Went From Writing Studio Rom-Coms to Steven Soderbergh's New TV Show

    Jack Amiel and Michael Begler wrote all 10 episodes of Cinemax's upcoming historical medical drama "The Knick," more commonly known as Steven Soderbergh's first TV show. The show was a first for the writing team, who had previously penned unsuccessful sitcoms and romantic comedies like "Raising Hele...

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