Steven Soderbergh movies: 10 greatest films as a director, ranked from worst to best

No one can say that Oscar-winning director Steven Soderbergh delivers the same movie time after time. In an eclectic three-decade career, he has directed crowd-pleasing all-star vehicles (“Ocean’s 11,” “Magic Mike”), action comedies (“Logan Lucky,” “Out of Sight”), political dramas (“Traffic,” “Che”), micro-mini experimental works (“Schizopolis,” “The Bubble,”) and even a film starring porn actress Sasha Grey (“The Girlfriend Experience”).

The iconoclastic filmmaker celebrates his 57th birthday on January 14, 2020. Let’s celebrate by taking a look back at the 10 best films that Soderbergh has directed, marveling at how different they are and, in surprising ways, how similar.

In addition to his Oscar success, Soderbergh has also found success bringing his singular vision to the small screen, winning an Emmy for directing and editing the TV movie “Behind the Candelabra” (which isn’t included on this list of big screen outings). He’s also been nominated twice as a director on “The Knick,” as a cinematographer on “Behind the Candelabra” and as a producer on “Roman Polanski: Wanted and Desired,” “His Way” and “Godless.”

Take a tour of our photo gallery of Soderbergh’s 1o greatest films, and see if your favorite topped the list.