September 13, 2013

An FBI agent and an Interpol detective track "The Four Horsemen", a team of hand-picked illusionists who uses daring performances to pull off bank heists and steal money from corrupt men. The premise of 'Now You See Me' (2013) seems exciting and yet, a few minutes after the movie starts, you realize you are just about to see a "my balls are bigger than yours" movie.

Among a whopping visual spectacle of glitz and glamour, a group of forcibly cool, "slow motion" type characters seems to be part of a strange reality where people only have empty conversations, failing to convince us of the "magic" within and between them.

In a script filled with idiotic statements and forced sexual innuendos, the story never really sets its eyes on just one side of the cat and mouse game played between the avenging group and the FBI. That ambiguity could really be an interesting approach, you say, but it only manages to distance us from the boring set of characters and shamelessly unfolds into a  predictable "reverse psychology" conclusion. Despite the visual paraphernalia and the impressive cast, there really was no magic there. And that's a shame.

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