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Panaceum

Panaceum
Panaceum Rating: 76 out of 100 based on 35 reviews.
Obsada
Rooney Mara

Emily Taylor
Channing Tatum

Martin Taylor
Jude Law

Dr. Jonathan Banks
Carmen Pelaez

Prison Desk Guard
Marin Ireland

Upset Visitor
Polly Draper

Emily's Boss
Ann Dowd

Martin's Mother
Haraldo Alvarez

Garage Attendant
James Martinez

Police Officer at Hospital
Vladimi Versailles

Augustin (as Vladimir Versailles)
Catherine Zeta-Jones

Dr. Victoria Siebert
Katie Lowes

Conference Organizer
Produkcja
Director:Steven Soderbergh
Producer:Scott Z. Burns (producer)
Lorenzo di Bonaventura (producer)
Douglas Hansen (executive producer)
Gregory Jacobs (producer)
James D. Stern (executive producer)
Elena de Leonardis (co-producer)
Michael Polaire (executive producer)
Sasha Bardey (co-producer)
Writer:Scott Z. Burns (screenplay)
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CinemaDope
Talk about getting your money’s worth. Steven Soderbergh’s new film “Side Effects” is three terrific films in one ‒ a disquieting psychological case study, a timely exposé of our narcotized, pill-popping society, and a trippy conspiracy thriller along...
iHaveNet.com
A sly one, "Side Effects" is a movie in which the main character's pharmacological state of mind is never entirely certain.
RedEye
For anyone who struggles to focus their attention on a movie—that should include all 23 people who saw Al Pacino in last week's embarrassing “Stand Up Guys”—“Side Effects” is just what the doctor ordered.
Atlantic City Weekly
Am I the only one who feels sorrier for the dog than the dog's owner in the popular drug commercial for an anti-depressive? In the happy ending the owner feels well enough to play with her pooch..
Mark Reviews Movies
Scott Z. Burns' screenplay for Side Effects is an expertly crafted game of dishonesty, betrayal, and manipulation that turns the tables on its characters with such dexterity that we barely perceive it happening until the consequences fully...
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CinemaDope
Talk about getting your money’s worth. Steven Soderbergh’s new film “Side Effects” is three terrific films in one ‒ a disquieting psychological case study, a timely exposé of our narcotized, pill-popping society, and a trippy conspiracy thriller along...
iHaveNet.com
A sly one, "Side Effects" is a movie in which the main character's pharmacological state of mind is never entirely certain.
RedEye
For anyone who struggles to focus their attention on a movie—that should include all 23 people who saw Al Pacino in last week's embarrassing “Stand Up Guys”—“Side Effects” is just what the doctor ordered.
Atlantic City Weekly
Am I the only one who feels sorrier for the dog than the dog's owner in the popular drug commercial for an anti-depressive? In the happy ending the owner feels well enough to play with her pooch..
Mark Reviews Movies
Scott Z. Burns' screenplay for Side Effects is an expertly crafted game of dishonesty, betrayal, and manipulation that turns the tables on its characters with such dexterity that we barely perceive it happening until the consequences fully...
filmjabber
A woman is depressed. She is given pills to ease her depression. The pills make her sleepwalk. While sleepwalking, she stabs her husband to death. That is the only the beginning.
MediaMikes
Martin (Channing Tatum) has just been released from prison where he did time for insider trading. His wife, Emily (Mara), appears to be happy that he’s home though the combination of a husband in prison and an uprooted life has given her an anxiety...
Advocate (Baton Rouge, LA)
If “Side Effects” is indeed Steven Soderbergh’s final film, as he’s said it will be after toying with the notion of retirement for a couple of years now, then intriguingly it feels like he’s coming full circle in some ways to the film that put him on...
Eric D. Snider
The important thing to know about “Side Effects” – which Steven Soderbergh says will be his last theatrical film for a while, maybe forever – is that whatever you’re thinking it’s going to be, it probably is not that.
tonymacklin.net
Several reviewers have mentioned Hitchcock in their reviews of Side Effects, as though somehow Stephen Soderbergh has successfully channeled the master in his direction of Side Effects.
Fresno Bee
Watching the movie "Side Effects" may cause drowsiness, a blurred sense of reality, explosive confusion and a slight tingling in the logic center of your brain.
Aisle Seat
The pharmaceutical industry is a strange beast. We've reached the point where medications are marketed in magazines and television ads just like Coke or Pepsi. You can go into your doctor's office and tell him what meds you want to take. Drug reps ply...
Cole Smithey
Steven Soderbergh’s last feature before his retirement from the movies (he'll still do theater and TV) is a milestone psychological thriller comparable to Hitchcock’s best work. Operating with a deft screenplay by recent collaborator Scott Z. Burns...
Screen Jabber
In what is said to be his last cinematic release before swanning off into the sunset of retirement, Soderbergh has served up a tense psychological thriller looking at the fallout from a patients adverse reaction to some anti-depressants.
Rolling Stone
First the bad news. Oscar winner Steven Soderbergh says Side Effects is the last film he plans to direct (up next, it's all painting, writing, theater and long-form TV). The good news is it's a hell of a thriller, twisty, terrific and packed with...
Reel Views
There's something delightfully old-fashioned about Steven Soderbergh's Side Effects. It's the kind of thriller that Alfred Hitchcock might make if he was still alive and active today.
FirstShowing.net
Steven Soderbergh, the director who recently made you nervous to touch your hands to your face, is now scaring you from getting your prescriptions filled. Side Effects, his latest direction of a Scott Z.
New York Post
I walked out of Steven Soderbergh’s “Side Effects’’ thinking to myself, “Finally, a mainstream 2013 movie I can whole-heartedly recommend’’ — then quickly added, “well, except that it will probably piss off a sizeable portion of the target audience.’’
CinemaBlend.com
Side Effects is set in New York City, but it barely looks like it. Steven Soderbergh, acting as always as his own cinematographer, makes the city look colder and more modern than ever, putting his characters in front of anonymous glass buildings...
Sacramento News & Review
Drawing plot parallels between insider trading and drug-company greed, this tale of comfortable yet variously depressed Manhattanites seems at first to lean toward deadpan satire. Then come the shades of retro thriller noir, and the mind games between...
Movies.com
Steven Soderbergh wants it both ways, to lure you into the theater with the promise of a simple virus outbreak thriller and then point out the ruin and inadequacy of public health care, to tease your prurient interests with male strippers and then...
Miami Herald
The main thing to keep in mind while watching Steven Soderbergh’s thriller Side Effects is not to take the movie too seriously or else you’ll feel betrayed by the end. Despite its seemingly serious subject matter, the movie, written by Soderbergh’s...
The A.V. Club
Of the many twists and turns in Steven Soderbergh’s vastly entertaining thriller Side Effects, the most gratifying has less to do with the nimble plotting than the fact that it isn’t the type of movie it initially appears to be.
Entertainment Weekly
The more Steven Soderbergh talks about his plans to retire, the more he keeps shooting off in fresh, bold directions as a filmmaker. (Is all that retirement talk therapeutic for him? Perhaps other filmmakers should try it.) Soderbergh's entertaining...
Channel24
If Side Effects is indeed Steven Soderbergh's final film, as he's said it will be after toying with the notion of retirement for a couple of years now, then intriguingly it feels like he's coming full circle in some ways to the film that put...
MovieXclusive.com
Side Effects comes from director Steven Soderbergh and writer Scott Z. Burns of the medical thriller 'Contagion', but while the former examined the what-if scenario should a worldwide infection take hold of the entire world, this one takes a much more...
ABC Radio (Australia)
If he's telling the truth - or, more likely and hopefully, until he changes his mind - Side Effects is going to be Steven Soderberg's final theatrically released feature film (he still has a feature-length film for cable television that's yet to screen).
Shadows on the Wall
Morphing from a pharmaceutical industry expose into a darkly twisty mystery and finally a camp thriller, this film gives Soderbergh a chance to show off his filmmaking skills.
WeLoveMovieClub.com
“Side Effects” นับเป็นหนังที่มาพร้อมบทที่เฉียบคมจากฝีมือ Scott Z. Burns (แห่ง Contagion และ The Bourne Ultimatum) บวกกับการนำเสนอของผู้กำกับ Steven Soderbergh ที่หลอกล่อผู้ชมได้อย่างอยู่หมัดในกับการเดินเรื่องที่พลิกไปพลิกมายากต่อการคาดเดา...
QNetwork Entertainment
Similar to Contagion (2011), the previous collaboration between writer Scott Z. Burns and director Steven Soderbergh, Side Effects is a slick, entertaining piece of Hollywood genre work that includes just enough twists and tweaks to make it stand out...
View London
Gripping, pacey and genuinely suspenseful, Side Effects is a hugely enjoyable, brilliantly directed thriller with a superb script and terrific performances from Jude Law and Rooney Mara.
Empire
We may lose Soderbergh to painting, theatre and HBO-fuelled TV, and that’s a crying shame. If that’s the case, Side Effects is a great note on which to go out.
Express.co.uk
Reportedly the prolific director’s final movie before he embarks on simpler creative pursuits like painting, it mischievously and effectively stirs up anxiety and paranoia about a profession designed to counter them: psychiatry.
The Sydney Morning Herald
HAVING averaged a film a year for the past decade, Steven Soderbergh reportedly plans to take a break from cinema.
The Telegraph
Steven Soderbergh has claimed that his latest film will also be his last: if so, what a high to crest go out on. Side Effects is the director’s 26th feature in 24 years, and you can’t help but feel he is trying to squeeze in a 27th before the end...
Obsada
Rooney Mara...Emily Taylor
Channing Tatum...Martin Taylor
Jude Law...Dr. Jonathan Banks
Carmen Pelaez...Prison Desk Guard
Marin Ireland...Upset Visitor
Polly Draper...Emily's Boss
Ann Dowd...Martin's Mother
Haraldo Alvarez...Garage Attendant
James Martinez...Police Officer at Hospital
Vladimi Versailles...Augustin (as Vladimir Versailles)
Jacqueline Antaramian...Desk Nurse
Michelle Vergara Moore...Joan
Catherine Zeta-Jones...Dr. Victoria Siebert
Katie Lowes...Conference Organizer
David Costabile...Carl
Vinessa Shaw...Dierdre Banks
Andrea Bogart...Drug Rep
Nicole Ansari-Cox...Disturbed Patient on Phone
Laila Robins...Banks Partner #2
Michael Nathanson...Assistant District Attorney
J. Claude Deering...Zach
Johnny Sanchez...ECT Nurse
Ilyana Kadushin...ECT Patient
Timothy Klein...Transporting Officer Klein
Sheila Tapia...Emily's Attorney
Alice Niedermair...Ward Island Nurse
Susan Gross...Susan
Mitchell Michaliszyn...Ezra Banks
Munro M. Bonnell...Judge #1
Debbie Friedlander...Wards Island Administrator
Steven Platt...Bartender
Victor Cruz...NYPD Officer Beahan
Elizabeth Rodriguez...Pharmacist
Peter Friedman...Banks Partner #1
Elizabeth Rich...Banks Patient #1
Roderick Rodriguez...Paramedic #1
Mark Weekes...Paramedic #2
Scott Shepherd...NYPD Detective
Josh Elliott...GMA Anchor
Sasha Bardey...Dr. Peter Joubert
Ashley Morrison...Reporter #1
Steve Lacy...Reporter #2
Ken Marks...Banks Patient #2
Devin Ratray...Banks Patient #3
Russell G. Jones...Jeffrey Childs
LaChanze...Wards Island Desk Nurse
Craig muMs Grant...Wards Island Orderly
Davenia McFadden...Judge #2
Raymond DeBendictis...Arresting Officer
Joe Pierce...Guest Black Tie Gala
Greg Paul...Security Guard (uncredited)
Kerry O'Malley...Ward Psychiatrist (uncredited)
Ashlie Atkinson...(uncredited)
Kelly Southerland...Laughing Pedestrian (uncredited)
Vince Hickman...Subway Passenger (uncredited)
Peter Y. Kim...Young Stockbroker (uncredited)
Carol Commissiong...NYPD Clerk (uncredited)
Dennis Rees...NYPD Officer (uncredited)
Onika Day...Depressed Woman - Ablixa Commercial (uncredited)
Kenneth Simmons...Agent 1 (uncredited)
Johan Matton...Restaurant Guest (uncredited)
Kevin Cannon...Inmate (uncredited)
Aaron Roman Weiner...Cop (uncredited)
Gil O'Brien...Pasta Lover Pedestrian (uncredited)
Mario Moise Fontaine...Juror #3 (uncredited)
Anthony J. Ribustello...Desk Sergeant (uncredited)
Blago Simon...Fundraiser Guest (uncredited)
Dylan Clark Marshall...Little Boy (uncredited)
Brian Distance...Wards Medical Staff #5 (uncredited)
Sean Marrinan...Pedestrian (uncredited)
John Mitchell...Diner Patron (uncredited)
Volieda Webb...Female Prisoner (uncredited)
Laurence Covington...Wards Island Patient #1 (uncredited)
Erica Watson...Processing Nurse (uncredited)
Nancy Nagrant...Intenin Drug Commercial Mom (uncredited)
David Fierro...Wards Island Patient 2 (uncredited)
Alan R. Rodriguez...Police Officer #51 (uncredited)
Kimberly Hana Nguyen...Hot Assistant (uncredited)
Ralph Meyer...Ward Island Medical Staff Security Guard (uncredited)
Carol Stanzione...Freaky Poncho Patient (uncredited)
Larissa Laurel...Pill Nurse (uncredited)
Zivile Kaminskaite...Medical Conference Participant (uncredited)
Hollie K. Seidel...Depressed Woman - Ablixa Commercial (uncredited)
Leeann Hellijas...Nurse (uncredited)
Tischa Culver...Nurse (uncredited)
Lucinda Lewis...Wealthy Donor at Black Tie Gala (uncredited)
Nyle Lynn...Nurse (uncredited)
John Farrer...Le Circ Restaurant Patron (uncredited)
Rosemary Howard...Prison Visitor (uncredited)
Annika Merkel...Hospital Visitor (uncredited)
Jenny Rostain...Guggenheim Donator in Gala (uncredited)
Peter Iasillo Jr....Inmate (uncredited)
Produkcja
Director:Steven Soderbergh
Producer:Scott Z. Burns (producer)
Lorenzo di Bonaventura (producer)
Douglas Hansen (executive producer)
Gregory Jacobs (producer)
James D. Stern (executive producer)
Elena de Leonardis (co-producer)
Michael Polaire (executive producer)
Sasha Bardey (co-producer)
Writer:Scott Z. Burns (screenplay)
Composer:Thomas Newman
Cinematographer:Steven Soderbergh (director of photography)
Editing:Steven Soderbergh
Casting:Carmen Cuba
Production Design:Howard Cummings
Set Decorator:Rena DeAngelo
Costume Design:Susan Lyall
Makeup:Nicki Ledermann (makeup department head)
Craig Lindberg (blood supplier)
Cassandra Saulter (third makeup artist)
Kerrie Smith (hair department head)
Production Management:Gabrielle Mahon (assistant unit production manager)
David Kirchner (post-production supervisor)
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