Now You See Me (12A)

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Reviewer gaynorl
This was an excellent film, there were a number of twists and turns in the plot and the magic is amazing. All the audience (and it was full house) seemed to be really enjoying it. The staff on the popcorn tills told us it was there best film of the year, and I agree!

I have no idea what the other reviewer on this site was watching, he mustn't have understood the story.
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Reviewer MrRusty
Billed as a magical mystery where you had to look very carefully so as not to be fooled, I was disappointed to find out very quickly that I had been fooled by the hype. There was nothing in this silly, lightweight plot to challenge anyone who was awake. The cast even had the temerity to add the line "I didn't see that coming" when the mystery character was "revealed". I suspect everyone in the audience did.

I went to see this film largely because Michael Caine was in it. I was reminded of another film about a Magic Act in which he played a cameo. Get Prestige out on DVD - that is a film where you have to keep up and relies on a solid plot and great direction. This sadly, relies on nothing more than bright lights and lots of aerial cameras.
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