The Laundromat (2019)
This is an ambitious, wide-ranging film about money laundering and various other types of corruption in our day and age. Basically theft anno 2019. Director Steven Soderbergh tells his story with the help of white-collar criminals Gary Oldman and Antonio Banderas (inspired by real-life characters) who giddily break the fourth wall with their ostensible eccentricity. It's just that their characters and lines aren't very funny or interesting, which makes them uncharismatic despite the half-hearted efforts of the two veteran actors. And when The Laundromat occasionally touches on something sincere, it quickly negates it by venturing into other territories and anecdotes in which Soderbergh does his best to keep up the film's lack of focus. It's a stellar cast on display here, but all that The Laundromat ultimately can boast is biting off more than it can chew.