Now You See Me

7.3 IMDb
21 May 2013 Release
$ 75 000 000 Budget
Genres:Crime, Mystery, Thriller
Countries:USA, France
11 Votes

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Small-time magicians Daniel Atlas, Merritt McKinney, Henley Reeves and Jack Wilder are invited to attend a meeting in a weird apartment. One year later they reappear as The Four Horsemen in a show in Las Vegas sponsored by the millionaire Arthur Tressler and they heist a bank in Paris from the stage and distribute the money to the audience. The FBI agent Dylan Rhodes is assigned to the case and Interpol sends agent Alma Dray to be his partner. Dylan and Alma are completely lost in the investigation and the exposer of illusionists Thaddeus Bradley gives hints about illusion. When the Four Horsemen steal the bank account of Arthur Tressler during a show in New Orleans, Dylan and Alma believe that these heists are only distraction for a huge scheme but they are never sure about of what is true and what is illusion.

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Movie Comments

  1. y-03103, 1 month ago
    This film is so bad. What kind of person is a film about magic aimed at? I found it offensive. I'm stuck watching this rubbish on TV and am wondering how people can produce something like this and think it's worth putting their name to. Magic is bad enough to watch live when you at least have some mild curiosity about how it's done. But to make a film about it with cgi and impossible stunts! This film is so very bad. AbrakaBADra!
  2. judegraysmith, 1 month ago
    I read no reviews of this movie( so was not tainted by someone else's viewpoint)and watched it on Netflix the other night. I for one thoroughly enjoyed this movie for what it was, a romp through some of the things 'so called magicians' get up whilst setting up 3 cons which get bigger every time. Suspend belief, stop being hyper critical and just enjoy. Of course Michael Caine plays Michael Caine again but he's made a career of it anyway!
  3. dromasca, 1 month ago
    I have somehow missed 'Now You See Me', a very entertaining movie directed by Louis Leterrier when it was released four years ago. Luckily, it's one of those movies that do not lose their appeal that fast, and then it's summer time, so the right time for fun and entertaining films. The only detail that seems overcome by time in this film is the usage of phones phones with geo-positioning systems.As smartphones took over the market, and applications as Google Maps became ubiquitous, the cops using keyboard based not-so-smart mobile phones seems to have happened twenty and not four years back. It's kind of a lesson for film-makers which may find more and more difficult coping with the pace of progress of our smart gadgets. Maybe the sequel avoids this mistake.

    'Now You See Me' combines two genres - the big robbery and the magicians movies, with more emphasize on the later. 'The closer you look, the less you see' is the key saying of the film which tells the story of four magicians with different specializations brought together in a team that combines huge magician shows a la David Copperfield with bank robberies. They are supported by a finance tycoon (Michael Caine), followed by a former magician (Morgan Freeman) whose pastime is exposing on TV the tricks and frauds of magicians, and have of course all the FBI and Interpol on their tracks. The roles of manipulators and manipulated, suspects and innocents change all the time, and as in a good magic show we are never sure what we exactly see on screen.

    The story may have a few holes that cannot be filled even by magic, but the convention works well, and is well supported by the actors. Watching Morgan Freeman and Michael Caine is always a delight in this kind of roles that they enjoy playing in this epoch of their careers. The rest of the team does a good job as well, with special mentions for Jesse Eisenberg and Woody Harrelson. 'Now You See Me' is a film to enjoy, like a good show with magicians.
  4. HotToastyRag, 1 month ago
    Jesse Eisenberg, Woody Harrelson, Isla Fisher, and Dave Franco are "The Four Horsemen", a group of magicians who put on mind-blowing shows in Las Vegas. They're a bit of an odd pairing, since Jess is inexplicably and unbelievably a ladies' man, Woody keeps hitting on Isla even though she doesn't like him, and Dave seems like he's playing dress-up to fit in with the grown-ups. But, they get along for the most part and manage to amuse the movie-going audience. When they rob a bank during their magic show, it puts the FBI and Interpol on their trail. Mark Ruffalo and Melanie Laurent are the agents, and even though she's pretty grungy, he starts falling for her anyway. Add in Morgan Freeman, a man who makes a living out of exposing frauds, and Michael Caine, the owner of the robbed bank, and The Four Horsemen don't have many friends left!

    If you like quick-witted scripts with lots of twists and turns, this is a great one for you to rent. Yes, I've criticized the casting a bit, but Ed Solomon, Boaz Yakin, and Edward Ricourt's script is very entertaining. It's fun and flashy, with surprises you'll never see coming. Plus, every little boy who learned card tricks when he was little can get a front row seat to a truly incredible magic show! DLM Warning: If you suffer from vertigo or dizzy spells, like my mom does, this movie might not your friend. There are lots of camera swirls and flashy lights during the magic shows, and it might make you sick. In other words, "Don't Look, Mom!"