LWLies’s review published on Letterboxd :
At the time of writing, the film has been financially successful, so the inevitable question arises: should we be girding our loins for the sequel? Were it to happen, the makers would surely have to start from scratch with these characters, as we’re given so little reason to want to hang out with them again or, indeed, to bask in their success. Soderbergh is an avowed devotee to ’60s crime movies, and you get the strong impression that he ingested the entire canon before embarking on his initial trilogy. It seems like Ross, on the other hand, did little more than scan that morning’s Variety and had his assistant work out some demographic and marketing projections.