6.2 IMDb
25 April 2007 Release
$ 70 000 000 Budget
Genres:Action, Sci-Fi, Thriller
8 Votes

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Las Vegas showroom magician Cris Johnson has a secret which torments him: he can see a few minutes into the future. Sick of the examinations he underwent as a child and the interest of the government and medical establishment in his power, he lies low under an assumed name in Vegas, performing cheap tricks and living off small-time gambling "winnings." But when a terrorist group threatens to detonate a nuclear device in Los Angeles, government agent Callie Ferris must use all her wiles to capture Cris and convince him to help her stop the cataclysm.

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  1. (mikomdude), 1 month ago
    This is possibly one of the dumbest most contrived movie plots I have ever seen... and that's coming from a guy that binge-watches shark-movies on a regular basis.

    All they had for this one was the idea of the two minutes of "clairvoyance". Then I guess they realized that wasn't enough to make a movie out of so... well they just threw in the most generic plot imaginable... and a nuke, I'm pretty sure there might have been a nuke involved. Not that you'd know or care by the time you finished watching the movie.

    The most original part was the end credits. I won't spoil what made them interesting though, something has to keep some mystery.
  2. anhtuphuchoang, 1 month ago
    Wow anyone checked what Nicholas Cage has been making lately, wow. The plots can all be stated in a few tight sentences. And Next is like that as's a big event wrapped in a small story about an odd character who has psychic abilities..but I can see why he loves his girlfriend..each character's motivation and intentions are crystal clear so the writing is like a 'graphic novel' as is their situation. It's another Nicholas Cage graphic-movie gem.
  3. Jonny 99, 1 month ago
    To the pantheon of limited practical use superpowers which includes semi-luminaries such as Aquaman, Robin, Hawkeye, Antman, etc., add Nic Cage's Chris Johnson / Frank Cadillac character. The small-time magician can see 120 seconds (give or take) into his own personal future. So could he find his car in the mall parking lot if he didn't remember where he left it? No, he has to be able to find it in the future to see himself finding it in the present looking forward. Would he have known the twist at the end of "Sixth Sense"? No, that take far more than 2 minutes to happen. Could he avoid burning the roast? No, since it take 2 hours at 425 degrees for the roast to burn, he wouldn't be able to detect that. Apparently, his second sight also can be a little fritz-y like when he needs to be told the bridge has washed out and he will need to return to a hotel 2 miles back - shouldn't he have seen that coming? So why does Julianne Moore's hard-as-nails FBI agent strap him "Clockwork Orange" style to a chair to try to predic when a nuclear bomb devastates Los Angeles and ushers in the era of Skynet? Um....not sure. At best Frank / Chris could only give them a 1 minute 55 second head start to tracking down a bomb, gaining entry to it and defusing it somewhere in LA's 5,721 square miles of traffic-clogged streets. Cage gives his Hello Kitty neutral performance but Moore belies some puzzlement over the plot. Viewers puzzle over Cage's standoffish magician beating up several burly FBI agents once freed from the Clockwork Orange chair as well as the fact that while the room he was held in was locked, the remainder of the building allows for him to saunter out unobstructed. Jessica Biel plays the hot girl who teaches underprivileged Native Americans and brings them birthday presents even when it's not her day to work. She also hooks up with a bad magician who claims super- limited clairvoyance, later sells him out to the FBI and then sells the FBI out to him all in the space of standoff with views of the Grand Canyon. She may not be particularly good at decision-making. What the movie lacks in interesting characters and dubious plotting, it also lacks in decent dialog particularly among the French-speaking bad guys who we are told early in the movie are Russians out to blow up Los Angeles. You don't expect a Cage character to do more than yell and run about but Moore's character spends the movie shouting orders menacingly - you imagine she's not much fun at the FBI offices annual holiday party. Biel's character gets no non-damsel-in-distress dialog. In short, this unintentionally funny production never lets you forget you are watching a movie.
  4. SnoopyStyle, 1 month ago
    Cris Johnson (Nicolas Cage) is cheesy Vegas magician Frank Cadillac. In his spare time, he wins small amounts at the casinos. He does this by seeing into the future by about two minutes. FBI agent Callie Ferris (Julianne Moore) is tracking him hoping to use his skills for the government especially with a stolen Russian nuke on the loose in L.A. Cris uses his power to woo stranger Liz Cooper (Jessica Biel) who has a special connection and affect on him.

    The idea is intriguing and the movie does it well at times. It works to some extend until it does one of the worst cheating ending ever. There are problems even before the ending. It's the little things like Nick Cage's stringy long hair. It would be great to have an opening exposition of Cris' powers during his childhood. His 36 consecutive hours story is a good one to do. Jessica Biel is hot but him sleeping with her so quickly cheapens their connection. It's got good and bad until the ending. The end is simply a cheat.