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Now You See Me
USA, France
Crime, Thriller, Mystery
IMDB rating:
Louis Leterrier
Morgan Freeman as Thaddeus Bradley
Mélanie Laurent as Alma Vargas
Stephanie Honore as Atlas Groupie
Jessica Lindsey as Hermia
Caitriona Balfe as Jasmine Trassler
Han Soto as Agent Painters
José Garcia as Etienne Forcier
James Rawlings as FBI Swat
Michael Kelly as Agent Fuller
Michael Caine as Arthur Tressler
Mark Ruffalo as Dylan Hobbs
Woody Harrelson as Merritt Osbourne
Common as Evans
Dave Franco as Jack
Jesse Eisenberg as Michael Atlas
Isla Fisher as Henley
Storyline: Four magicians each answer a mysterious summons to an obscure address with secrets inside. A year later, they are the Four Horsemen, big time stage illusionists who climax their sold out Las Vegas show with a bank apparently robbed for real. This puts agents Dylan Rhodes of the FBI and Alma Dray of Interpol on the case to find out how they did it. However, this mystery proves difficult to solve even with the insights of the professional illusion exposer, Thaddeus Bradley. What follows is a bizarre investigation where nothing is what it seems with illusions, dark secrets and hidden agendas galore as all involved are reminded of a great truth in this puzzle: the closer you look, the less you see.
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I'd sooner have watched a couple of episodes of the Kardashians
Give me a couple of forks to poke out my own eyes. It's really hard for me to see the good name of New York City pulled through the mud like this, with Michael Caine on a rope behind it. I know it's about magic and illusion but give me a break, next time stick to sawing women in half, it's more believable than this stream of effluent. The only thing that kept me from hurling a cup of confetti at the screen were the scenes of the Big Apple, from whence I'd just returned after a wonderful 2 month stay. If I'd have known that they were making a movie this bad while I was there, a movie which has now tainted my memories, I would have tried to find the set and get the police to close it down. Acting; terrible. Romance angle; filmed in a refrigerator. Plot; a piece of hanging macramé, more holes than string. Foisting this on the public should be classified as a crime against humanity
Great Trailer but Deceptive Movie with Awful Plot Point
The smalltime magicians Daniel Atlas (Jesse Eisenberg), Merritt McKinney (Woody Harrelson), Henley Reeves (Isla Fisher) and Jack Wilder (Dave Franco) are invited to attend a meeting in a weird apartment.

One year later, they reappear as The Four Horseman in a show in Las Vegas sponsored by the millionaire Arthur Tressler (Michael Caine) and they heist a bank in Paris from the stage and distribute the money to the audience. The FBI agent Dylan Rhodes (Mark Ruffalo) is assigned to the case and the Interpol sends the agent Alma Dray (Mélanie Laurent) to be his partner. Dylan and Alma are completely lost in the investigation and the exposer of illusionists Thaddeus Bradley (Morgan Freeman) gives hints about illusion. When the Four Horseman steal the bank account of Arthur Tressler during a show in New Orleans, Dylan and Alma believe that these heists are only distraction for a huge scheme but they are never sure about of what is true or illusion.

"Now You See Me" has a great trailer but is a very deceptive movie with an awful plot point. The fast pace is a distraction to hide the plot holes from the viewers, since the story is absurd. For example, how could the Four Horsemen build a safe without a trace? Or make the fake money? The FBI would easily track the vendors and consequently find who bought them. The twist is absurd and many scenes do not make sense, such as Dylan chasing Jack through the garbage duct or on the bridge, just as an example. How could the FBI not investigate the parents of the fifth horseman? The story happens in the present days, but the technology seems to be ahead of time. This movie may work on DVD or Blu- Ray, but it is a waste of time and money going to the movie theater to see it. My vote is five.

Title (Brazil): "Truque de Mestre" ("Master Trick")
Good Trailer, Poor Film
I'm not wholly sure why I don't like this film, but I really don't. I think that it tried too hard to be clever, and I clearly didn't 'get it'

There is nothing wrong with the cast, I like them all and there's no one I would single out as having an 'off day' or providing a poor performance. There are many twists and turns in the script, which I would normally approve of but I'm not sure that the lack of a story is the problem. The main story is unnecessarily convoluted with a condescending need to re-cap events and explain how you were misdirected the first time you saw this. When the director keeps showing me something and then saying that wasn't what happened it doesn't take long for me to stop caring about what just happened. The result is a film that's much too long and takes far too long to get to the point so that when the final twist did happen I just didn't care anymore.

I was intrigued by the great trailer for this film, but it over-sells the actual film which was very disappointing.
A week later and I couldn't remember the title....
Four street performers are recruited by some mysterious character and bank-rolled by Michael Caine. They decide to embark on what appears to be a socialist-inspired reallocation of wealth via "magic." It's Robin Hood in CGI but lacking in charm.

Did you ever go to a Harry Potter movie and see rows upon rows of disenfranchised middle schoolers longing to go from invisible to invincible? They had read the book and fantasized about instant fame, power and popularity.

Now take the most devoted Potterite and put this film in front of them and they will be bored and overcome with some of the juvenile "stupid" that flows through this movie. Even as fantasy, it isn't plausible.

Woody Harrellson is fun to watch. The money must have been good for Morgan Freeman to smugly mug his way through....only to be outsmarted in the end by a surprise ending that makes you want to stand up and yell "Really?" If you like movie dumbness which paints business as evil and average Joes as victims, you might enjoy this. But if you want to see real movie magic, rent The Prestige. It's much better and it will actually require you to warm up some brain cells....unlike Now You Bore Me.
Review:"Now you see me"
The Thriller movie, "Now You See Me", is an ingenious film that has stunned many of its viewers. Its director, Louis Leterrier, should be proud of this masterpiece as the movie's great plot, which always has its audience foreshadowing but left disappointed. Although the movie runs for about two hours, the mystery and the suspense don't make it feel that long.

The plot starts off with the gathering of four different magicians, forming "The Four Horsemen", a team that is following the plans of an unknown leader. Actors, Dave Franco, Isla Fisher, Jesse Eisenberg and Woody Harrelson are the magicians that have been chosen to act out some schemes that will stun the world. Morgan Freeman, who happens to be an ex-magician himself, and the cast that play the FBI like Mark Ruffalo try to stop these magicians and catch them robbing banks and stealing from CEOs as part of their shows, giving the money away to the audience. The fast-paced flow of the movie as well as the remarkable acting brand the movie as one of my all-time favorites.
Great cast, interesting premise; but there's not much else good about it
When I first saw the trailer for Now You See Me it got my interest straight away. I thought to myself it's got a great cast and an interesting premise that made it look to be a cross between the Prestige & Ocean's 11. Whilst this film has elements of these 2 films, it completely fails to be anywhere near as good as either of these films.

NYSM starts off interestingly enough; we begin with 4 magicians; J Daniel Atlas (Eisenberg) Merritt McKinney (Harrelson), Henley Reeves (Fisher)& Jack Wilder (Franco) who are all working as 'small time' magicians. They all find themselves drawn together when they each receive a card telling them to meet at a specific place at a specified time. At this stage, they are unaware of who has brought them together and why they have brought them together. We then jump forward 1 year and the 4 magicians are now working together and collectively they are known as 'the 4 horseman' (which is strange as one of them is female). They quickly find themselves being pursued by the FBI and Interpol when they discover that they are pulling off bank heists during their performances. FBI Agent Dylan Rhodes (Ruffalo) and Interpol Agent Alma Dray (Laurent) are sent into investigate the magicians and try to 'expose' their magic and ultimately bring them down. They also receive valuable assistance from Thaddeus Bradley (Freeman), a former magician who is paid substantial amounts of money to expose magician's tricks.

I think the main problem with NYSM is that there was a distinct lack of character development. We get next to no background information on any of the magicians (the only thing we learnt is that Reeves & Atlas used to work together). This meant that I was unable to connect with any of the characters and meant that there was no-one that you cared for or felt sympathy for. The story wasn't particularly engaging and at times I felt rather bored. The acting also wasn't great and I must admit I expected more from veterans like Caine & Freeman - they were both OK, but I've seen better from both of them. I found Eisenberg to be annoying more than anything else. Fisher was OK, but nothing more than that. I was however impressed with Harrelson & Ruffalo and felt that they gave the strongest performances.

There were a couple of twists in the film which at least kept this feature slightly interesting. Also some of the visuals were great and I even enjoyed some of the magic tricks. However, for me, I need a film to be a bit more engaging, I need characters that are properly developed and characters that I'll care for. Sadly, you don't get any of that with Now You See Me.

Overall, it's OK, but it pales in comparison to films such as The Prestige & Ocean's 11. My advice would be to watch either of those films and skip this one.
the worst piece of crap I have ever seen in my entire life.
This movie is quite frankly awful! I'm still furious that I'll never get those 2 hours of my life back. the first five minutes of this movie was okay, but then the movie makers smoked a joint or something and made the rest of the movie stoned. I think they had a great time being stoned and making this movie, but if they don't give out joints to the rest of us before we go in to see this, we don't have a good time at all. I'm usually a big Morgan Freeman fan, but he was just annoying and clearly overcompensated for something. The acting was good, but with terrible dialog and the worst plot in history, they can't do much to save this movie. The ending is just silly and confusing. They never explain anything really. so when the credits roll, you sit in your seat and wonder what the h*ll just happened. When you realise that you'll never get to find out, your eyes will be blinded by rage

The worst movie ever created. I hate this movie
Now you see me, now you don't.
The title of this movie almost sums up how the film is presented. All that's missing is the second half of the saying: "now you don't". It goes to say that at some points this movie is fun and entertaining, hence the "now you see me", and at other times it can become almost the opposite, "now you don't".

The movie presents an interesting concept from the start: a group of illusionists who perform bank heists during their shows and reward the audience with the money. The plot is interesting yes, but the amount of plot holes overall over-lap the amount of a well structured story. There are times where the movie simply makes no sense. I found myself struggling to keep up with the excess amount of twists thrown in, along with the brutally fast pacing of the film. On the plus side, some of these twists are exciting and lead to some great moments, and some of the "action" scenes, if you will, are fun to watch. The magic tricks and illusions are especially interesting. However, more often than not, the plot as a whole fails to deliver, despite the occasional exciting scene.

Director Louis Leterrier's direction style didn't always seem to fit this movie. The pacing was way off, and there was little to zero character development, making it seem like a group of characters were thrown together for almost no good reason. Now again, there are occasionally parts where I felt the movie was moving along fairly well and it had me interested, but too often the movie lacked proper pacing, and suffered from non-existent character development throughout.

The cast ranges from the mildly to the highly experienced, with the likes of Dave Franco to Morgan Freeman, Woody Harrelson and Jesse Eisenberg. It's a talented and diverse cast that is brought together, and each actor does a great job in their respective roles. Again, the one thing that hurt the cast was the lack of character development. Mark Ruffalo, Isla Fisher, and Michael Caine round out the solid cast and to reiterate, all give great performances.

In Now You See Me, there was a great opportunity to create an interesting take on the heist-related genre. At some times, the movie is entertaining, showing off some fun, mind-stretching action scenes that leave you wanting more. Unfortunately, more often than not, the incomplete plot, under developed characters, overly fast pace, and misleading feel for the movie prevents it from being something bigger and better.

Watchable but lacks depth & substance
This is one of those movies that is somewhat entertaining upon first viewing but is easily forgettable and has nothing of substance to make a second viewing possible to enjoy. The plot is convoluted as we don't know what the main characters are doing or why. In fact, everything we know about the 4 magicians is revealed in the first 10 minutes of the movie and after that there is ZERO character development! The entire movie appears to have been made solely for the sake of the ending and yet it was so cliché that I was actually a little angry about the way they did it. It's unfortunate that in the filmmaker's attempts to be clever they neglected the most fundamental elements of storytelling: plot and character.

Like a magic show without magic, you may find yourself somewhat entertained but inevitably wind up disappointed in the end because they left out the most important part of the show.
This movie is magical
This has become one of my all time favorite movies. From the very beginning, I was on the edge of my seat! The concept is so unique that going into the movie I had extremely high expectations, so naturally I was expecting to be a little disappointed.... BUT I WAS PROVED WRONG!!!!!!! The whole movie was fantastic, especially the end! I looked too closely and never saw what was right in front of me. I gasped when everything comes to light in the end. Everyone in this movie was fantastic and I will love and cherish this movie forever!!! I don't understand all the negative reviews! This movie is downright fantastic.
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