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Year:
2013
Country:
USA, France
Genre:
Crime, Thriller, Mystery
IMDB rating:
7.3
Director:
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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Reviews
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.
2013-09-21
One Of The Best Caper films of all time!
What If The Prestige and Oceans 11 Had a Baby it would Now You See Me Featuring Jesse Eiseberg(Zombieland) as J.Daniel Atlas , Woody Harrelson(Seven Psychopaths) as Merritt McKinley , Dave Franco(21 Jump Street) as Jack Wilder, Isla Fisher(Hot Rod) as Henley Reeves , Mark Ruffalo(Shutter Island) as Dylan Rhodes , Melanie Laurent(Inglorious Basterds) as Alma Dray, Michael Caine(Inception) as Arthur Tressler and Morgan Freeman(Evan Almighty) as Thaddeus Bradley. The film was brilliant at asking the question what if Magic film met a Heist it was brilliant the twist and the turns also it was funny, Dramatic and Thrilling it was a very memorable from the First Trick to the Last Trick also it was intriguing to see how Thaddeus and The FBI are trying to bring down/ catch the The Four-horsemen the film was a brilliant and intriguing to say the least also one of the best caper films of all time 8/10
2014-10-11
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.

6.5/10
2013-12-24
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.
2013-11-12
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".
2013-11-19
Very Bad and boring
This movie will disappoint you from the beginning to the end. The characters are random and flat, nothing about them is explained in detail. You are expected to love each character from the beginning, although its never really explained, who or what they are. The story itself has no realistic elements, i mean 4 magicians robbing a bank and the police (1 single man from CIA) cant solve the case. Oh wait and we have Morgan Freeman, playing God or something as usual, doing his thing ( getting Cash). The rest is the usual Hollywood plastic, boobs, and a story with a simple twist at the end. Everyone seems entertained, since people don't seem to expect much from movies nowadays. Its a good example of how stupid and dumb movies are getting, just as dumb as the people who like such movies.
2013-09-05
Expected more from the concept, didn't like to know I was being misguided
I've heard some good things about this movie, seeing my brother told me it was something quite different and I knew it had quite the star cast, so seeing I liked the combination of Jesse Eisenberg and Woody Harrelson in Zombieland, I was very interested in seeing this.

At first I didn't know where this movie wanted to go. There was a lot of misdirection and blank holes to be filled. Figuring that they would be filled in on the course of the movie, I continued watching. (I'm a curious guy.) Step by step, more and more of the objective of the 4 Horsemen was revealed, learning more and more why they were doing what they were doing. Now, I like a bit of misguiding, but I don't like to know that I'm being misguided. It makes the movie progress slow and the tid-bits of action and special effects feel like they were included to up the pace. It's like watching a mediocre magic show, knowing you'll be misguided in the usual kind of ways.

There is nothing wrong with the acting, you can't go wrong with this cast. I just feel that there was more in this concept than there was done with and you can't only rely on the actors to fill that in. All in all, it was an entertaining movie and I gave it a 7 because the twist on the end surprised me. I had a feeling it would go in that direction, but I couldn't put my finger on it. So +1 point for that.
2013-12-11
Skip it if you have a brain
I agree with the other negative reviews: good actors performing an incoherent script. The film is more of a collection of clichés than a story. One thing I haven't seen mentioned is how left-wing it is. We are supposed to cheer when Michael Caine's character gets screwed. The only reason I can see is because he is rich. Jesse Eisenberg on the other hand plays a smug guy you would like to smack upside the head. However, his heart is pure so it turns out good for him. Much of the story and the tricks are based upon screwing the "one percent." If you aren't a Wall Street occupier or are greater than 12 years old I recommend skipping it. Come to think of it, it's too violent for viewers 12 or less.
2013-08-25
Would have been a lot better if the story was told from a different perspective.
First of all. I didn't give this movie a 1/10 rating because I thought it was completely awful, my personal rating would be around 4 to 5/10. The point is that the 7,5/10 it now has is far too good for this movie.

In the first half hour, the movie looked like it was going to get very good. But from the moment the FBI agent Dylan Rhodes is introduced, the entire movie goes downhill. I think this movie would've been way more enjoyable to watch if the story was told from the perspective of the illusionists..

At a certain point in the movie, the outcomes of the attempts by the police to catch the illusionists are extremely predictable. They're always several steps behind and they keep failing. It's quite dull to watch a 15-minute scene about an attempt of which you know it's going to fail. And some of the scenes were downright unacceptable, like the overly long chasing scene that made me feel like I was watching Fast&Furious.. Unlike most of my friends I didn't expect the ending. I guess that was because I was dozing away, something that has never happened to me before while watching a movie.

In short: a good first 30 minutes, and a not quite so good last 90 minutes. A waste of both your money and your time..
2013-06-26
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