The safe box has a broad bottom and stops almost immediately, as seen in the movie. Their only hope is to perform one last unprecedented stunt to clear their names and reveal the mastermind behind it all. The man behind their vanishing act is none other than Walter Mabry, a tech prodigy who threatens the Horsemen into pulling off their most impossible heist yet. Yet, as soon as we start getting into this film's second act things fall apart to a mind numbing degree and I mean that literally, my mind went blank with the level of stupidity and inconsequentially of what was going on, I watched this film in a state of trance where I couldn't tell if I was dozing off or simply bored to death. A year later, they are the Four Horsemen, big time stage illusionists who climax their sold-out Las Vegas show with a bank apparently robbed for real. Devious tech wizard Walter Mabry Daniel Radcliffe forces the infamous magicians to steal a powerful chip that can control all of the world's computers. Written by Goofs Twice in a movie, the character falls into water inside a metal safe box.
Not to mention the story twists it spices in which are preposterous to even think about and sprinkled with silly clichés and dialogue that not even Ruffalo or Freeman, two of the greatest actors, manage to make even passable. The cast was working the best they could and the action felt fluent and visually pleasing, there was a rhythm to it and a reason for it in particular. Agents Dylan Rhodes and Interpol Agent Alma Dray on the case to find out how they did it. And we haven't even taken into consideration the logistical implications of what happens. The magician inside would crash at the bottom of the box with nearly the same deceleration as if he fell on a hard surface.
As I said the movie started out really fine, in the sense that it was doing what I wanted it to do. I would only suggest watching this film if you fancy feeling like you have smashed yourself in the forehead with a hammer and then had Satan jack off into your mind. What follows is a bizarre investigation where nothing is what it seems to be, with illusions, dark secrets, and hidden agendas galore as all involved are reminded of a great truth in this puzzle: the closer you look, the less you see. The plot barely carried itself and the acting became poorer as the story went along. I got a head ache from this movie, it was a terrible experience, I don't recommend it and the shortness of my review is reflective of how lost with words I am about it. One year after outwitting the F.
Four magicians each answer a mysterious summons to an obscure address with secrets inside. . However, this mystery proves to be difficult to solve, even with the insights of professional illusion exposer Thaddeus Bradley. Its sequel starts out with the same unpretentious and fun vibe of the first only to slowly escalate up to what becomes one of the most lifeless and visually painful experiences of the year. Now You See Me 2 2016 115 min After fleeing from a stage show, the illusionists Jesse Eisenberg, Woody Harrelson known as the Four Horsemen find themselves in more trouble in Macau, China.
Such a fall would kill or badly injure him. On both occasions this fall is significant - ~60 ft ~20 m in the beginning, and ~100 ft ~30 m mid-movie. Written by by far one of the worst films I have seen in some time, it takes massive leaps that require the watcher to suspend their disbelief to the point that you actually have to dumb yourself down to believe the plot. There is no grit of grounding of actions, stuff just keeps happening on top of other stuff and without any kind of character or story implications the film becomes more of a showcase of dull visual tricks. . .
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