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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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Missing the Magic
Now You See Me is the sort of movie that relies entirely on spectacle and style without much of anything underneath the surface. The plot centers around a band of Robin Hood-esque illusionists with an affinity for robbing banks and the team of FBI agents tasked with bringing them down.

We are first introduced to our protagonists, a group eventually called The Four Horsemen, through a look at each of their individual acts. The movie fails, however, to develop any of them beyond these lifeless, cardboard cut-outs. The same is true for the rest of the cast as well. There's a pair of bumbling FBI agents, a washed up magician aiding the feds, and the Horsemen's benefactor who are never given enough depth to make for really compelling characters.

This movie does contain some relatively cool tricks, but some are a bit too grand to be believable. One in particular involving Isla Fisher floating above a crowd in a giant bubble is a tad ridiculous. All that being said, it's entertaining enough to pull you along for the ride and it can be a pretty darn fun ride at times as long as you don't look too closely.
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.
Uninspiring, uninteresting.
The film didn't interest me from start to finish mainly due to the fact the viewer was given no chance to develop empathy for any character. Each character is introduced in sequence but in an unsubtle, tasteless manner invoking cringey feelings from the outset. The opening was 'cheese' of the purest kind. Good actors namely Morgan Freeman, Michael Caine were wasted here. Many of the tricks and illusions, although quite lavish, were not inspiring and appeared quite unrealistic in the context of the film. There was no awe or wonder regarding the performance of illusions due to the fact I never became immersed in the film and always regarded the stunts as staged. In one opening scene I developed such a dislike for a character, in the space of just 2 or 3 sentences, it was my hope the actress would simply drown during her stunt and save everyone the misery of listening a moment longer. This film was not enjoyable and I would not waste my money to see it again.
Utter garbage
A movie so painfully stupid you will not be able to believe it. I felt like I was watching Cannonball Run, the plot was so thin and dumb. But, you know, the first draft of Cannonball Run--before anyone went through it and checked to see how logical it was.

How they snagged this cast with a script that is so, so bad, is baffling. I can only imagine that the screenplay was genius and the director decided that instead of following it he was just going to wing it. "Magicians! Lights! Chases! Action! Print it!"

IMDb says a sequel is scheduled, presumably because American audience ate this garbage up. I'm starting my own script which is about a "Now You See Me" audience member who hunts down the screenwriters and director of the film, locks them in a safe, and shackles them to the bottom of the Hudson. It's called "Now You Don't".
Just made no sense
I wanted this movie to be fun and witty, with some twists and turns that resulted in a decent Friday night experience. However, this movie "makes less sense than Cloud Atlas" (actual quote by the boyfriend). The writers/directors tried desperately to make more twists and turns than is possible in any realm of reality or fiction, there was little to no character development, and I was disappointed. You can tell that they spent a TON of money getting wonderful actors, awesome lighting and special effects, but it was wasted because even though we are pretty smart people, very little about the magic tricks and especially the ending made any sense whatsoever. I gave this movie 6/10 for its visual effects and camera work, but the story sucks. There's a line "always be the smartest guy in the room," and it feels like the writer was obsessed with being smarter than his own audience, which is insulting and lame.
The greatest trick ever pulled is to make anyone believe this film has a coherent story.
I believe the target audience (and maybe even the writer) are all 14 year old boys who think magicians can do anything they want. I love a good sci-fi setting and I can accept some really fringe premises if the movie exploit them in a good way. This movie just relies on the audience swallowing everything and never questioning anything. If you start to pull any of the many loose ends it all falls apart faster than you can say bullshit.

I wanted to write this whitout spoilers, but the plot has given me a itch I can not scratch.

First, they stole 140 million by knowing the guys first pets name!?? Do they suggest the bank secure their assets with a simple password recovery scheme like that? I don't begin to understand. Are they seriuous? Why didn't they just say they hypnoticed him into withdrawing the money. Even thow that is not possible it is far more believable. This is maybe the most unbeliveble way to explain a heist I ever heard of.

There is not a singel interesting or plausible event in the whole film. Everything is just random. The fbi guy, did he base his whole career on this single moment? That is determenation and planning out of this world. But, I guess its a whole lot easier to say its just distraction and magic that did it all.

I would say that convincing people to pay for this crap is a far greater con than any of the ones presented in the movie.

I have seen allot of bad movies but they all have something if find interesting or good in them. Except this one. I cant find any thing positive to say. Stay clear.
Fun on a very superficial level
Most people love illusionists and magicians, arguably making something of a comeback in the entertainment mainstream thanks in part to people like UK based Dynamo.

Director Louis Leterrier has crafted a thriller come caper movie that wants to be the "The Prestige" but set in modern times.

We meet the four performers, street card sharp J Daniel Atlas (Jesse Eisenberg), mentalist Merritt McKinney (Woody Harelson), not adverse to uncovering secrets and erasing them for a suitable fee. Jack Wilder (Dave Franco) robbing people blind whilst performing his magic tricks and finally Henley Reeves (Isla Fisher), an escapologist with a penchant for the macabre.

This eclectic band are pulled together as a group following the receipt of the mysterious Taro card requesting them to meet at a certain time and place. Unbeknown to this merry band, they are being played but by whom and why? We then jump forward in time and the group are performing sell out shows on a huge stage at Las Vegas as the "Four Horseman". The act is all about illusion and after showing their appreciation to their benefactor Arthur Tressler (Michael Caine), the grand finale showcases a multi million dollar fake bank heist. The group then distribute the "proceeds" to a highly receptive and appreciative audience.

Following the realisation this may not be an illusion but a bank robbery hiding in plain sight, the FBI are called in. Dylan Rhodes (Mark Ruffalo), who looks like he slept in his clothes, gets to meet his classic mismatch partner in the form of Interpol agent Alma Vargas (Melanie Laurent).

The couple then attempt to track and unscramble what is real and what is not. They are aided and not so much abetted, by another shadowy character Thaddeus Bradley (Morgan Freeman). An ex-magician for hire who now earns a crust unmasking magicians tricks by explaining how they are performed, which seems a real killjoy way of earning a living.

The set up is good and the cast list has great depth of experience to call upon. However, despite this fertile ground many opportunities are wasted. Freeman and Caine get very little to do, Ruffalo and Laurent have zero screen chemistry with the former giving every appearance of needing to phone his agent to ask why he is involved at all The four horseman actors acquit themselves well enough but the whole enterprise is let down by a very weak and implausible story which does not hang together or stand up to scrutiny. A bit like the art of illusion itself, distract the audience with lots of shiny glitter and movie stars and maybe they will not notice the plot makes no sense.

I suspect when all the reveals are complete many will ask, really was that it? The film did well at the box office so we may see another go round, lets hope the next time they pull the rabbit from the hat, it's clutching a better script.


Fun on a very superficial level but overall with so much talent available and an exciting premise, this is disappointing and could have been so much more.

As the tag-line says "The closer you think you are, the less you'll actually see", which is very apt for the film.
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
The real trick was making so many great actors so terrible.
I'm just after leaving an advance showing of Now You See Me and I think it was horrendously bad. Just awful, truly terrible in so many areas, some being:

Dialogue- This reeked of laziness. Morgan Freeman and Michael Caine's dialogue especially. It was wooden, inauthentic and the sort of dialogue that was so obvious that a child could figure it out from the context in the film. If they needed to say have the dialogue that was being said in this film, weeeeeellll, you're doing it wrong. Subtext anyone?

Characterisation- Again, really lazy. Every single character in the film was one dimensional with not even a HINT of a human variability or individuality. If some is a 'baddie', all he does is bad things. The 'romantic interest' runs around after our protagonist lovingly. The Four Horsemen magicians also I couldn't have cared less for. Worse still, I didn't care about a single thing any of them did.

Plot- I thought about this on the way to my car after leaving. Few major flaws. One, there was no tension at all for pretty much all of the film. You had the Four Horsemen magicians running about like Robin Hood and you were kinda rooting for them somewhat. Then, two, you had Ruffalo and the French lady running around trying to catch them, who you were also kind of behind too. There was only one real 'baddie' in Michael Caine but he was a cursory villain and not the main event really. Ruffalo's 'revenge' against the safe maker whose faulty safe killed his father was pulled out of nowhere. Even at the end there was no alteration in the states of our characters. The good guys stayed good just like they'd been at the start (why did I watch this film again?).

Cinematography- This wasn't as bad the elements above but there was definitely a spot when Ruffalo was in New Orleans standing street level among cars when I probably physically squinted and thought 'sweet lord, what is this film trying to do to me?'.

Overall, I'd say avoid this film. Weak writing, weak performances from great actors (who i don't blame), pointless plot. Worst film I've seen in a while. Sorry :(
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