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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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massively insulting to the intelligence of audiences everywhere
by far one of the worst films I have seen in some time, it takes massive leaps that require the watcher to suspend their disbelief to the point that you actually have to dumb yourself down to believe the plot. The CGI prestige was laughable and all in all the film was disrespectful to magicians, illusionists and hypnotists by depicting each of the horsemen as a smug, know it all dick. The plot barely carried itself and the acting became poorer as the story went along. I would only suggest watching this film if you fancy feeling like you have smashed yourself in the forehead with a hammer and then had Satan jack off into your mind.
A Very Poorly Put Together Film
I found the characters to be completely unrelatetable, kind of annoying actually, and no connection with any of them is really made throughout the movie. Throughout the movie you don't really know who's side you're on; almost like there is no protagonist or antagonist. You're always wondering who's behind it all and in the end they just wrap it up and throw it all together and logically it makes no sense at all. For some reason the two investigators fall in love in the end even though throughout the movie there was no romance between them or relationship development - its like the directors just wanted to throw a romantic happy ending in. The magic tricks are all unbelievable and unrealistic; if you're going to make a movie about magic why not throw a bit of real magic in? The soundtrack is terrible its almost like its there to keep you excited but really it just annoys you. Things that happen in the movie just don't make sense; a number of things just wouldn't happen in real-life; certain characters don't have reasons for what they do; its all just thrown together. Unless you're simple minded and just want a movie that simply entertains but lacks and substance, quality, or follows any type of logic then don't waste your time with this movie.
Movies about magicians keep getting better
We've come a long way from the unbelievable, magician-insulting crap that was the Prestige.

Where the Prestige got just about everything about magic and magicians wrong, this gets it right., There are one or two minor flights of fancy (I don't think the bubble levitation is workable, but I could be wrong.) but by and large it is very true to both the art and the ethic of the magician,

Magicians since the time of Houdini at least have been very aware that our dark cousin is the con man, and we hate them and seek to expose them wherever we can. In this day and age, the con men wear suits and run corporations and banks, and in spirit there is no netter group of people to challenge them then magicians.

In addition to getting the small stuff right, this movie gets it right in the large. Just when I was shaking my head and saying "this can't be done, the safeties aren't there and it depends too much on people doing the right things at the right time", the movie pulls out the ONLY solution that solves all those problems.

Like all great magic tricks, there is only one good solution, but the magician distracts from it to the point that we don't even realize its there.

Sadly, I think this movie suffered from the problem many really good movies about magic do... they are so faithful to the hidden art that no one but practitioners believe its real. Ironically, the more absurd a movie about magicians is, generally the easier it is for the audience to swallow. The more accurate, the less the common man believes it.

Which is probably why The Prestige did so well and this so poorly.
A bit of summer magic
"First rule of magic: always be the smartest person in the room." J. Daniel Atlas (Jesse Eisenberg)

In the case of the magical little entertainment called Now You See Me, you don't have to be the smartest person in the audience to be charmed by the illogical "magic" of the tricks or the script. In a takeoff of traditional heist films and homage to recent films like The Incredible Burt Wonderstone and The Prestige, with a smattering of smart, sometimes humorous chatter, this film moves at rapid pace (French director Louis Leterrier knows how from his Transporter films) with a lack of seriousness about the tricks, which are mostly explained as the film moves on.

Those revelations will bother purists who don't want to know the secrets or critics who demand a reasonable arc for the story. Like the magic itself, the film eventually captures the imagination enough to suspend disbelief and just go with the fun.

The "four horsemen" (Atlas, played by Eisenberg; Merritt by Woody Harrelson; Henley by Isla Fisher; and Jack by Dave Franco) create three successive magic shows, one in Las Vegas, a second in New Orleans, and the third in New York. The stakes rise incrementally as they appear to be playing Robin Hood to their large, American-Idol type audiences by showering them with money from their magical heists. The FBI with Agent Dylan (Mark Ruffalo) is in hot but bungling pursuit.

As in most thrillers, there are minor twists, and the final one that stretches credulity, or that some will see coming, along with a hopper full of smaller ones even naïve I could see from far off. Besides, like the Oceans films' heists, it's not about the heist or the magic. It's about the slick magicians, their easy banter, and comeuppance for the real baddies.

Outrageous set pieces like the car race will disconcert those looking for a tightly-told narrative. The magic is as always questionable because film deals in magic with practically every frame. However, the cast is delightfully comic, the direction speedy and tricky, and the entire film wants you in on the magic. For a summer film, that's a magic formula.
I Hope You're Able To Suspend Your Disbelief!
Now You See Me may lack great characterization or a tight script, But I'll be darned if I didn't say I was dazzled and razzled by the film. It shouldn't have been entertaining as it was, but I was able to suspend my disbelief for two hours and I was able to be transported into some sort of fun alternate reality. But the CGI is great and it was used at the right times instead of just constantly.

Louis Leterrier's film is about a group of magicians named The Four Horseman who are magicians on the outside, but on the inside they are actually bank robbers. When FBI and Interpol catch their scent, this ensues a thrilling chase where the Horseman must stay one step ahead of the FBI.

This film boasted a nice set of attractive actors and actresses. Jesse Eisenberg and Woody Harrelson were excellent, proving their A-list status. Isla Fisher and Dave Franco were great supplements to the previous two. Franco actually had a great scene involving a tense car chase. Mark Ruffalo was really good as the lead FBI agent. Finally, who can forget about the great Morgan Freeman and the great Michael Caine?

Overall, Now You See Me is a really fun movie and I was certainly dazzled. The CGI and the set pieces were great. I can also say the same for the acting and the directing, which makes up for the lack of a good screenplay and characterization. It is action-packed and it is funnier than I thought it would be. Out of the two films based on magicians that came out in 2013, this film is the better one. Sorry Jim Carrey! I rate this film 9/10.
Magic tricks for children
This is a summer film with so low expectations of possible audience that every hoax (=the speculative magic trick done by four tricksters) is explained as soon as it's showed to happen. The old rival magician (Morgan Freeman) takes care of the explanations, but the final twist of the movie is so stupid and unnecessary that you start to think that maybe it's also part of the bigger hoax... how to get your money without giving really any substance to care for, not even the undercasted characters. After seeing "Now you see me" you will miss films like "Prestige" with real aura of enchantment.

Only good reason to watch this childish film is the pursuit sequence in NY. It's much more fluent in magic than any of the stage spectacles in this film.
Hyper Hollywood
Part magic, part action, part plot twist, and 100% trash. This movie is a slap in the face to all movie goers. Ridiculous, sickening, arrogant, smug and zero substance. Scooby Doo's mysteries are far more engaging.

Plot holes abound. Average movie goers know you can't hypnotize people to be your slaves. How much money does the cop have to exact his revenge? And who didn't see Franco coming back? Et cetera ad nauseum. Good lord, I can suspend belief for Star Wars, Indiana Jones, Transformers and all sorts bad of horror flicks, but how dumb are we supposed to be? MacGruber was more engaging and believable.

A great premise and wonderful actors - completely ruined by poor script, smug characters, paper-thin plot and a romance sequence direct from the writers of Carly. Pure and simple BS.

This is the epitome of Hollywood shouting "Look at how great we are!!! You will love us!!". How many orbiting camera shots can one movie have? How far do we have to suspend belief? Here's a clue, if we don't care about the characters, all the cool 'movie shots' of the characters mean nothing.

I love every actor in this movie. I despised every character. As other reviewers have said: "This is a magic movie for kids who don't understand CGI can be used to create anything". Such a fun premise - such a sad waste of talent. I feel bad for all those who wasted money on prime ticket price for this crap. I wish I could pay you all back.

I watched it twice. As it was rated fairly high I thought perhaps I was missing something novel or just didn't 'get it' from the first viewing - nope, it is junk. The poster child for everything wrong with Hollywood. Please don't let this team make any more movies.
An insult to human intelligence
There is a difference between magicians and liars. Since none of the "magic" in this movie is plausible, the four "magicians" are not magicians. They are liars in real life.

And when one of the four "magicians" was being chased by police, he "magically" turned himself into a kung-fu master and defeats everyone he runs into… The movie showed this particular "magician" (liar) killing himself after a "magical" car chase.

And I don't know what happened to the remaining three liars, as I didn't even bother to finish this movie…

Monkeys are so intelligent these days that we have movies made for them…
An entertaining film, despite some heavy criticism
With a splendid cast of actors and with a story hanging on the unbelievable, Now You See Me is quite the entertaining film and one which truly pulled me into it. Needless to say I've already read some of the hate posts here on IMDb, and while on a reasonable note, these complaints don't actually resonate with me, as I found the movie to be great and exciting, despite its flaws. The basic premise is that a group of former solo magic performers, team up at the request of a mysterious figure, and end up robbing banks during their performances as The Four Horseman. This action quickly gathers the attention of the FBI who assign an agent who, along with an Interpol detective will try to decipher the ultimate trick. As was said, the plot execution is borderline insane and one can see the problem some of the viewers had with the film. Also the four main characters seem to act merely as plot devices and lack any real development. As far as my view is concerned on these points, my conclusion is that it doesn't really matter to me, since I watched this movie to have a little fun and to enjoy being tricked, as is the case here. As much as I enjoy a well crafted movie, Now You See Me is a perfect example of a movie that has worrying flaws, yet achieves what I wanted from it, and that is top notch entertainment. And I'm 100 fine with it.

Rating 9/10
Great Cast! Great Fun!
"Now You See Me" is has a wonderful cast and story lines that surprised and charmed me. I already know that I want to see the film again to scrutinize the misdirection that pervades both the on-screen "magic" acts and the overlaying plot lines.

The film has three principal sets of characters--first, the illusionists who are brought together by an unseen force to build a spectacular act, including at least one bank robbery, played out on location in Las Vegas, New Orleans, and NYC; second, law enforcement, including the FBI and a lovely French Interpol agent (Melanie Laurent); and third, the observers, including Michael Caine as a financial backer and Morgan Freeman as a magic-act debunker. Caine and Freeman are their usual wonderful selves, each playing a superficially archetypal role which is then revealed to be not all that it seems as the plot unfolds. The FBI and Interpol are necessary characters for the plot, and Mark Ruffalo and Ms. Laurent do well considering their characters exist in part to be duped by the illusionists. The actors who portray the illusionists--Isla Fisher, Jesse Eisenberg, Woody Harrelson, and Dave Franco-- infuse their roles with great energy, charm, and wit, albeit a theatrically glib wit. I and others in the theater remarked that we would have liked to see more of them on screen.

The plot is too complex for me to do it justice before seeing the film again; suffice it to say, it involves four illusionists who build a complex act that seems to involve crimes which the FBI then investigates with comical frustration.

The movie is worth seeing for the actors, the visuals, the locations, and the misdirection and plot twists. I am sure that a careful scrutiny will imply some plot holes that will bother some viewers, but I also believe that an even more careful scrutiny would reveal that some 'holes' are not as deep as they seem at first. "Now You See Me" is a wonderful summer movie with great performances, surprising plot twists, and a "feel-good" energy.
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