Pauls Valley, OK, Pauls Valley Democrat

Arts

July 18, 2013

‘Now You See Me’ is the best kind of movie magic

Belated Movie Review

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It’s certainly an entertaining example of a good ensemble based adventure as each of the actors feed off of each other from the more recently famous to the veteran professionals. You feel satisfied with the way things wrap up and leaves enough mystery for one to draw a few conclusions on their own.

I highly recommend it for most ages (the cutoff being probably the below teen crowd due to language and slightly adult situations) and appreciate the 007-ish style Brian Tyler brings to the soundtrack. It’s intriguing enough to leave enough room for a sequel even if a majority of the cast were replaced and a somewhat similar formula were employed. It’s enough to earn it three and three fourths out of five heists.

Movie viewing experience courtesy of the Royal Twin Theater of Pauls Valley.

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