Now You See Me

An FBI agent and an Interpol detective track a team of illusionists who pull off bank heists during their performances and reward their audiences with the money.

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Film Cast:

  • Merritt McKinney: Woody Harrelson
  • Thaddeus Bradley: Morgan Freeman
  • J. Daniel Atlas: Jesse Eisenberg
  • Henley Reeves: Isla Fisher
  • Dylan Rhodes: Mark Ruffalo
  • Alma Dray: Mélanie Laurent
  • Agent Fuller: Michael Kelly
  • Jack Wilder: Dave Franco
  • Arthur Tressler: Michael Caine
  • Paris Bank Manager: Justine Wachsberger
  • Evans: Common
  • Cowan: David Warshofsky
  • Elkhorn Agent: Kerry Cahill
  • Etienne Forcier: José Garcia
  • Jasmine Tressler: Caitríona Balfe
  • Hermia: Jessica Lindsey
  • Atlas Groupie: Stephanie Honoré
  • Lionel Shrike: Elias Koteas
  • Josepha Hickey: Odessa Feaster
  • Conan O’Brien: Conan O’Brien
  • Elkhorn Janitor Agent: Joe Chrest
  • F.B.I. Driver (uncredited): David Joseph Martinez

Film Crew:

  • Producer: Bobby Cohen
  • Editor: Robert Leighton
  • Original Music Composer: Brian Tyler
  • Sound Re-Recording Mixer: Steve Boeddeker
  • Screenplay: Ed Solomon
  • Supervising Art Director: Thomas Valentine
  • Producer: Alex Kurtzman
  • Producer: Roberto Orci
  • Director of Photography: Larry Fong
  • Production Design: Peter Wenham
  • Director: Louis Leterrier
  • Director of Photography: Mitchell Amundsen
  • Executive Producer: Michael Schaefer
  • Key Makeup Artist: Joseph A. Campayno
  • Story: Boaz Yakin
  • Unit Production Manager: Stan Wlodkowski
  • Casting: Carmen Cuba
  • Editor: Vincent Tabaillon
  • Set Decoration: Beauchamp Fontaine
  • Makeup Department Head: Linda Melazzo
  • Sound mixer: Danny Michael
  • Leadman: Richard Blake Wester
  • Music Editor: Gary Krause
  • Supervising Sound Editor: Jonathan Null
  • ADR Voice Casting: Barbara Harris
  • Costume Supervisor: Meagan McLaughlin
  • Art Direction: Scott Plauche
  • Costume Design: Jenny Eagan
  • Makeup Artist: Gloria Belz
  • Story: Edward Ricourt
  • Senior Visual Effects Supervisor: Nicholas Brooks
  • Music Editor: Adam Milo Smalley
  • Sound Effects Editor: David Chrastka
  • Property Master: Michael S. Martin
  • Dolby Consultant: James Wright
  • Sound Effects Editor: Robert Shoup
  • “A” Camera Operator: Chris Haarhoff
  • Script Supervisor: Amy Sanderson
  • Art Department Coordinator: K. Emily Levine
  • Sound Re-Recording Mixer: David Parker
  • Still Photographer: Barry Wetcher
  • Key Hair Stylist: Melizah Anguiano Wheat
  • Hair Department Head: Kerrie Smith
  • Hairstylist: Deena Adair
  • Makeup Artist: Nancy Hancock
  • Hairstylist: Thomas Terhaar
  • Animation: Yuhon Ng
  • Second Assistant Director: Rosemary C. Cremona
  • Post Production Supervisor: Michael Tinger
  • Special Effects Coordinator: Guy Clayton
  • Visual Effects Producer: Thomas Elder-Groebe
  • Production Accountant: Sheila Allen
  • First Assistant Director: Joe Camp III
  • Location Manager: Dana A. Hanby
  • Foley Mixer: Corey Tyler
  • Production Coordinator: Ruth Kesler

Movie Reviews:

  • Nod: That movie was amazing !
  • dyefacomp: Mantap di tunggu part 2 nya
  • Andres Gomez: Lot’s of FX and no story. Flat characters and poorly told.
  • david j moore: Best magical movie ever definitely my number two movie of all time number one being Armageddon.the four horsemen couldent have been played by better actors and actress.isla fisher is awesome.😃
  • John Chard: The closer you think you are, the less you’ll actually see.

    Now You See Me is directed by Louis Leterrier and collectively written by Ed Solomon, Boaz Yakin and Edward Ricourt. It stars Jesse Eisenberg, Mark Ruffalo, Woody Harrelson, Isla Fisher, Dave Franco, Mélanie Laurent, Morgan Freeman, Michael Caine and Michael Kelly. Music is by Brian Tyler and cinematography by Mitchell Amundsen and Larry Fong.

    An F.B.I. Agent and an Interpol Detective are tracking a team of illusionists who appear to be pulling off bank heists during their performances. Real magic? Or elaborate criminology?.

    We are in the realm of the fantastical, where illusions and impossible tricks reside. It’s a nifty backdrop to this splendidly flashy slice of misdirection hokum. Our four magicians, each with their own personal skills – and calling themselves “The Four Horsemen” – enact a number of elaborate stage shows that has all members of the law baffled.

    Their rich benefactor played by Caine, is smug about his charges, Freeman is the myth buster trying to unearth the secrets of the “four”, while the cops are constantly pulling their hair out. What does it all mean? How will it pan out at the end?. Well it’s great fun, the tricks are expertly staged, the cast give gravitas to their respective characters, if only the big reveal at the end wasn’t a bit too far out there…

    There’s a bit of a steal and a nod to another heist caper film, while that finale can make or break your overall opinion of the piece. Yet the journey is so enjoyable and intriguing, it’s kind of forgivable anyway… 8/10

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