Admirable. Gotta love a script that's brave enough to just give you a long series of conversations without any real action (this sounds sarcastic, but I'm actually being sincere). That kind of a plot can go wrong, but the cast here is strong enough to support it. Also helps to have Soderbergh shooting it, although this feels like a lesser work for him.
Also, the guy needs to put his iPhone away. I love that Soderbergh is always looking for new angles at how to make a movie, but the quality here is noticeably below par.