Mastering the Art of Pickpocketing

Mastering the Art of Pickpocketing

If you are just a card magician this video will show you how to add to new tricks to your show. You will learn to remove belts, ties, wallets, watches and much more.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:60 minutes
  • Release:2003
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:magic,  

If you are just a card magician this video will show you how to add to new tricks to your show. You will learn to remove belts, ties, wallets, watches and much more. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Okey G (gb) wrote: This movie is excellent

Ayanna A (it) wrote: About Alex hits a tender spot. But it doesn't take it as a joke, it gets the essence of the experience correct.

Nels W (jp) wrote: Not sure how this only got 11% on Rotten Tomatoes. It's not the best and while it doesn't succeed in its attempt to be a more grown-up Wes Anderson movie, it does a pretty good job just by trying.

Ginette A (mx) wrote: Awful...... fell asleep!

Toby C (br) wrote: This movie was terrible, and yet they had the balls to make a second?!

Meredith W (nl) wrote: Interesting concept. Could have been better executed.

Stephen S (gb) wrote: Good, very scary horror film. Probably one of the scariest ones I've ever seen actually. Definitely not for the faint of heart, but worth checking out.

Anya S (nl) wrote: Great movie, makes me laugh every time I see it.

Kristian A (de) wrote: I loved the movie, and people with commitment-phobic boyfriends can relate to this, and learn the lesson at the end. =]

James R (es) wrote: A group of women from different countries are kept in a prison camp by the Japanese during W W I I and face much abuse. But unity grows as they battle to keep the will to live and survive the camp. True story and good drama.

Michael T (es) wrote: Film noir tries hard but slowly unravels as it goes along.

i C (mx) wrote: 6,5/10Some weird shit

Andrew B (fr) wrote: Possibly the darkest sports film I've ever seen, featuring a powerful performance from Harris.

Jose R (jp) wrote: It's story may be pretty formulaic, but the cast gives great performances making an enjoyable film.

Jacob D (ru) wrote: This is the movie I watch when I'm sick or not feeling good I love it but I can see why people don't like it, and Colin Farrell is amazing and absolutely hilarious in this movie.

Phil H (fr) wrote: Based around the real events of 1215 when powerful Barons of England grew tired of their King and came together to rebel against his rule. This film tells the story of the siege that took place at Rochester Castle in the County of Kent following King Johns decision to break the agreement of the Magna Carta made by himself and the Barons of England and then attempting to regain England for himself.The film focuses mainly on the battle that took place between the Loyalists of King John and the Barons with whoever they could muster against the strong King. Now I must say straight away that you can't expect the film to be completely accurate and it isn't, but for an independent film mainly British made with US assistance this is a very good and fairly accurate attempt. There are some issues I believe with the historical facts such as the French being involved before the siege at Rochester, the fact that King John actually did take the castle in the end (pretty big mistake there methinks) and I don't believe there were any Danish mercenaries involved at anytime, not sure about Knights Templar's either. So God knows where they came up with that idea for the film and lastly King John was simply a bad king and not a bad person really, this siege was really part of a civil war which turned from a cause of 'more power to the people' to simply a scuffle for the throne and power by the Barons.Of course the film has been taken down the Hollywood route I'm afraid, think 'BraveHeart', 'Pathfinder' or 'Centurion' etc...and you know exactly what I mean, the film is wonderfully made and shot but there are elements included purely to make the story more enticing to a modern audience. Now although this isn't a Ridley Scott flick they have tried their best to go down that epic route, all the action is hand held cams that shake all over the show to add that feel of raw blood n sweat in the heat of battle which does work. There is plenty of claret spraying n squirting from lopped off limbs and slashes to satisfy the goriest of mindsets and some good catapult action all set on location within Wales to give an excellent murky representation of gloomy medieval England.The action looks good and its fast n fluid but there are hints of slightly amateurish shots here and there along with examples of basic acting from the extras in battle. If you look closely there aren't that many men in the battles (clever editing) and they aren't going at it hammer n tongs if you get me. Also I should add a few shots using CGI, mainly of the castle, are a touch obvious but nothing too horrific.The main issue I had was the typical Hollywood approach of having a band of guys all brought together with the usual 'Hollywood recruit' sequence. Each man being of different build and skill, one guy is a strong big fat bearded 'Little John' type, another is common mouthy and devious, another is a top archer, another is just a young lad, another is good with knives and women and of course the hero is a Knights Templar who is an all round kick ass machine. Its just a bit too flash and silly really, of course they need characters the viewer can relate to and cheer for but its almost like a computer game roster for a 'hack n slash' fighter.Great performances from a very good line up including Giamatti giving a good slimy side to his character despite the fact that King John wasn't really 'a bad guy', Dance is perfect as usual as is Jacobi and Cox again cast as a gruff leader/soldier. Purefoy does whats needed as the strong heroic knight but little more, Mara is cute as a button whilst playing scared and innocent, Crook fits the part for the era with his malnourished appearance, Aneurin Barnard is actually very good as the young lad 'Guy' and also looks like a certain Hobbit. Finally add to that a couple of cockneys in Jamie Foreman and Jason Flemyng for that typical dirty, gritty, uniquely common English touch. Like history? like a wee bit of action hokey pokey? then this is for you, just try to ignore the bits of cinematic popcorn excess .

Phil H (au) wrote: Well the big bold statement at the start finishes off any ideas that this is related to a certain famous bike and cig brand haha dunno how they could use the name when its so close to the real thing but hey. The film is pretty dire really and I was surprised, yes I've only just seen it, it starts off pretty decent with Rourke on his bike looking good and kicking ass, ditto Johnson looks good in his cowboy gear n stubble and they both go around seeing sexy women in seedy clubs and generally winning fights. At a certain point it starts to get really dumb, the bad guys all turn up looking ridiculous in their 'pre-Matrix' leather coats and shades and there is allot of over the top gun fights and killing when it could of been a decent comedy action, drops into trash I'm afraid. Rourke never changes his clothes and nobody can shoot for shit haha plus it gets way to predictable towards the end.

Chris C (us) wrote: As everyone knows, this movie is nowhere near as good as it's predecessor; but, I find it fairly enjoyable. Worth a watch or two, but nothing like a classic.