“Now You See Me”

FRIDAY NIGHT MOVIE REVIEW: Tonight, I got to see the movie “Now You See Me” which stars Jesse Eisenberg (The Social Network, Zombieland), Mark Ruffalo (The Avengers, Shutter Island), Woody Harrelson (No Country for Old Men, Cheers), Isla Fisher (Rango, Wedding Crashers), Dave Franco (21 Jump Street [movie], Warm Bodies), Melanie Laurent (Beginners, Don’t Worry I’m Fine), Morgan Freeman (The Shawshank Redemption, Driving Miss Daisy), and Michael Caine (Batman Begins, Secondhand Lions). This movie is about four magicians named Daniel (Eisenberg), Merritt (Harrelson), Henley (Fisher), and Jack (Franco), that come together after being sent to an apartment by an unknown person. In this apartment, they discover many new magic tricks to pull off. A year later they come back and form a group called The Four Horsemen. Their first act was in Las Vegas where they told the audience that their act was to steal money from a bank in Paris. They then teleport a random man from the audience to Paris where he takes the money and all of it gets sucked back to Las Vegas and given to the audience where all is left in the bank is The Four Horsemen card. After this happens, a FBI agent named Dylan (Ruffalo) and an Interpol detective named Alma (Laurent) are assigned to catch these magicians and find out how they pull off their tricks. While they are trying to catch them, another man named Thaddeus (Freeman) who was a magician is trying to exploit the magicians by telling people how they do their tricks. I really enjoyed this movie because it surprised me throughout the whole movie of how these magicians did their tricks (which each one was explained how) and the action that was in this movie. It was a puzzle through the whole movie which made it excellent as well and the ending is what ranked this movie high because of how I didn’t expect it to happen the way it did at all. Overall it was a great movie and I recommend anyone to see this movie. FINAL SCORE: 88%= Juicy Popcorn

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