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Now You See Me
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
quirky magic story; spoilers included
spoiler alert; OK after constant hemming and hawing i finally watched this movie i really didn't want to tell ya what is gong on in the story but it is impossible to let you know how good it really is without also giving away a few details OK after constant hemming and hawing i finally watched this movie mainly because it had Morgan freeman and isla fisher who is just too darn cute the plot actually started a little slow for me and while it becomes relatively obvious about half way thru the movie that the good cop is of course the man hidden behind the mask it is still an excellent way of presenting now only a who done it type of twist but also a fun way to show the possibilities of what actual magic tricks are like; i also liked the fact that this is a movie that actually ends with Freeman being the bad guy at the end at least in a small way
2014-03-03
Tricked Out
(May contain SPOILERS) One of the most annoying things about "Now You See Me" is lens flare. Lens flare is the current cinematic trick du jour, if not obsession of many directors looking to slick up their movies with a high gloss. Lens flare, you may recall, is when light enters the lens, refracts and creates a brief mini super-nova across the film frame. The cinematic equivalent of having a flashlight shone in your eyes, which this film does, on numerous occasions. It's an apt visual metaphor for a movie that proclaims itself to be about diverting the gaze in order to trick the viewer. But here, temporary blindness (like fake lens flare), is a cheap gimmick that is much easier to employ than true slight of hand. There's no real sense of magic in this movie that is about magic. The tricks along with the nature of magic itself are constantly being explained along the way draining the film of magic of any kind. The would be "brainy" complications of the plot are not brainy enough...the complicated bank account trick slogs on for what seems an eternity. Capers need to be plotted with air-tight precision that stand up to repeated viewings. The caper needs to be carried out by characters about whom you care enough to be invested in whether or not they get caught. The filmmakers here make the deadly mistake of thinking the tricks are more interesting than the tricksters. And present a series of tricks that are not really all that compelling. Shallow characters carrying out rather pedestrian tricks adds up to a movie that's rather shallow and pedestrian, no matter how much lens flare you throw at the camera. Which is a shame, because it's a fantastic premise which should have been developed for someone up to the task...a cinematic magician if you will. As for the plot, it gets loopier as it goes along, trying to explain itself because it really has no point. You never really know what anyone's motivation is...who is Morgan Freeman again? Why is Michael Caine in this and why is it okay to rob him? Which would be fine, except the movie is at such pains to keep explaining itself (literally) it starts to feel that the movie is explaining itself to itself. The actors were all wasted, trying desperately to impart some kind of character to their character (Harrelson is most successful, but his efforts are for naught. Eisenberg is completely wasted). There is one thrilling scene when the movie comes to life. A fight in a small apartment between one of the magicians and two FBI agents. The magician uses the magic from up his sleeves to fend off the two men. This scene, which approached a kind of magic, was what "Now You See Me" needed more of. But you'll have to settle for lens flare.
2013-06-01
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
Not as good as they say
To be honest, I couldn't finish 'Now You See Me'. I was too put off by the snooty characters, and the attitude of the film which just seems too pleased with itself. Also, the story wasn't interesting enough to keep my attention.

Many reviewers have praised the acting, but I didn't think it was very good at all. The dialogue is forced. Isla Fisher's character is little more than eye candy -in a very short skirt- to ensure viewers.

Some have said this film represents a new economic model of movie-making. Based on the number of "best movie ever" reviews on this website, it would seem that spamming IMDb with fake reviews is part of that model.

This is not a good movie in my opinion, and certainly doesn't warrant a sequel, but we all know they'll make one. And the media will say how great it is, because it's not quite as terrible as most of the dreck coming out of Hollywood.
2013-08-24
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…
2014-02-05
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" Review
"Now You See Me" is a enjoyable popcorn flick. However, it tends to be more flash than actual substance.The concept of the film is intriguing, but it isn't done in an all too interesting way. It's just a fast paced film that throws a lot of stuff at you, but never truly lets you absorb what is happening. The magic show scenes are one of the highlights of the movie as it's full of energy and the right amount of flash. My personal favorite moment is a fight/chase scene in the third act of the movie with Dave Franco. It's shot well and has some really nice fight choreography.

My biggest gripe with the film is the cinematography and editing. The camera is always moving, either rotating around actors as they talk or around the scenery. It's hard to focus and at times I became nauseated. Editing in the film is incredibly quick, which takes away from taking in some of these elaborate shots. On a positive note, it does get more tamed as the movie progresses mainly in the third act.

The cast is fine, but only two characters really stand out. Not that everyone else is giving a bad performance, but the characters they play lack substance or any really good one liners. The best characters are Woody Harrelson's and Mark Ruffalo's. Harrelson's character has the best lines and the best moments. He's funny, charismatic, and at the same time wise. Ruffalo's character is the most developed and intriguing. He's an FBI agent, who seems to have luck always against him and we can't help, but cheer for him. The rest of the cast is either throw away, like Isla Fisher and Dave Franco, or interesting, but underdeveloped, like Jesse Eisenberg and Morgan Freeman.

Overall, "Now You See Me" is an enjoyable film that chooses flash over substance. Characters are mainly paper thin as they're underdeveloped or pushed to the side aside from Ruffalo and Harrelson. The film has a nice soundtrack that gives it the right amount of energy. However, the dizzying camera work and rapid editing make it really hard to be absorbed into the story. I give it 2.5/5, an enjoyable film that doesn't always engage with it's high concept and original story.
2013-06-04
simply put, find out who wrote the script and avoid the guy forever
I start to suspect that scripts for these films are not even written by real people anymore. They must be using a piece of software that randomly arranges the same 200 lines and spits out a 'new' script. It is rated 7+ on IMDb only because we are brainwashed, conditioned to seek plastic films in which everyone's an actor but no one is a character.

Did I watch this with unreasonable expectations? Maybe I did. But no matter what you expect from something that has Morgan Freeman in it, it is not Transformers. While this movie is exactly that. It is Transformers meets NYPD Blue. It wants to advocate some moral belief while it fills your eye wholes with blue Vegas light. You have seen this movie before. Sadly.
2013-09-01
Weak script
Now You See Me could have been a good movie if only the writers team, or should we say the lame duck team, took the trouble to do their job correctly.

The story is just a big, little clear catch-all, riddled, from end to end, with quite flagrant incoherences, and punctuated by, probably, one of the worst twists ever. Indeed, this twist is ridiculous because totally unbelievable, it doesn't produce any effect on the viewer, but most seriously it instantly annihilates the credibility of the film as a whole ! And it seems like a dream when, just before, Morgan Freeman serves us up with a totally absurd and unrealistic demonstration... having to explain an outcome, above all in such a didactic and unsubtle way proves well that the script doesn't hold water.

This quite incredible failure of the story inevitably cripples the movie, which anyway only possesses two assets that are its dynamism and its cast, except the unbearable Mélanie Laurent who makes one grammatical mistake every three sentences and seems to be reciting her lines more than anything else, and Jesse Eisenberg who seems stuck in his Zuckerberg role, mumbling all the time. As for the cinematography, it isn't fundamentally bad but very cliché — as the soundtrack — with, for example, a lot of circus shots, a technique Leterrier used and abused of, apparently as little inspired as his writers.
2013-08-15
Turn your brain off and enjoy...
At this time, there are already 530 reviews for "Now You See It", so I'll try to be brief. The film is about a group of four magicians and mentalists who have been given a brilliant plan by an unseen genius. Again and again, the quartet perform seemingly impossible stunts and always seem many steps ahead of the police. And, in the process, they do HUGE magic tricks that are pretty much impossible. The presentation is VERY smooth and very slick and the overall production looks great. It has great music and effects. But, on the negative side none of this really makes a lot of sense and there is no way you can enjoy it if you think. This is especially true at the end (where there is a profession of love that comes from absolutely no where!!)--which is a gigantic cliché and made no sense whatsoever. The bottom line is that if you turn off you brain and enjoy it on a very superficial level, you'll enjoy it. If you try to make sense of it all, your head will explode. 'Nuff said.
2014-05-27
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