Steven Soderbergh is one of those directors who has nothing really brilliant to give anymore. He is more or less going through the motions at this point, pushing out films at a clip that doesn't allow for deep study. That's not necessarily a bad thing. The man has a very noticeable style about how he does things, but you would think that that would go towards something more. "Haywire" isn't going to last in memory beyond March, but I don't deny my interest in it as nothing more than a solid action piece, but why all the stars. Michael Fassbender seems to have more important things to do with his time then... you know... die.