Now You See Me

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.

Now You See Me is about a group of talented street magicians, who were assembled by a mysterious person to perform an impossible mission before thousands of people moved from New York to a bank in Paris to stole money. This serious incident made the FBI must investigate and also thereby opened the mystery of the men who lead them. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Now You See Me torrent reviews

Mic M (nl) wrote: Original approach on a world war II story.

Frances H (ca) wrote: Although this film held my interest until the very end, I was very disappointed in the character of the father. His character is petty and small and he does not deserve a son as loyal as his, who would give up forever the chance to win a great academic prize, so that his father can think he has won it. And in return, the father only belittles his sons accomplishments and is jealous of them. This to me is not being a parent and is the greatest failure a human being can commit.

Shane P (gb) wrote: Touching home-grown flick

Monica H (kr) wrote: I don't know if I will be able to watch this but we will see.

Ricky C (nl) wrote: Great performance by Samuel L. Jackson. Not just great it's one of the best performances in his career. The story is ok. it could have been better...

Jennie R (mx) wrote: THE BEST Korean horror film I have seen yet. Yes....there are remnants of "The Ring" and some of the Asian effect but it is worth the effort to see this film. The story is compelling and keeps you on the edge of your seat. The real star of this film is little Young Ju. She cant be but four years old. That little girl steals this film. Her acting is absolutely incredible!!!!! She changes from a sweet little girl to a possessed teenager in a blink. Some moments make you laugh & others send a chill up your spine. Very little gore factor so anyone that likes a good scary movie without the blood & guts can enjoy this. Do not miss this film!

Mark P (gb) wrote: Nothing surprising here, just your average early 90's film with the Tim Burton flair.

James D (de) wrote: Severely underrated 80's action gem.

Twinkle J (us) wrote: Good - but been awhile since I've seen it.

Niloo R (nl) wrote: it was an interesting, sad, oddly realistic film. i liked the contrast between the film's visual style and content - fassibinder took a sirk-esque visual style (pastel colour-schemes, bright flat lighting, framed, claustrophobic spaces) which are often associated with melodramas, to tell a very real story. on the surface the plot of this film seems just as convoluted as any of sirk's melodramas, but at a deeper level reveals a lot about human nature and shows us why real people do things that seem crazy to the rest of the world.

Kevin R (it) wrote: As you can see, they're young ladies Walter Christopher Eckland is a resourceful fisherman who happens to reside on the same islands the British are using to observe Japan during World War II. Eckland has been volunteered to help the British spy on the Japanese by residing on an island and reporting how many Japanese planes and boats pass by. The British destroy his boat so he cannot leave the island to ensure Eckland completes his mission. His situation is further complicated when a group of school girls arrive on his island. Eckland and the teacher will have to continue to look inconspicuous as Eckland completes his island mission. "I helped put the docking station together so I could certainly blow them apart." Ralph Nelson, director of Blood Money, Soldier in the Rain, Fate is the Hunter, Once a Thief, The Wrath of God, A Hero Ain't Nothing But a Sandwich, and Embryo, delivers Father Goose. The storyline for this picture is entertaining and well delivered. The characters are well presented throughout this picture and truly carry this movie. The acting is marvelous and the cast includes Cary Grant, Leslie Caron, and Trevor Howard. "Kiss my foot, Frank." Father Goose is a film I came across while looking for worthwhile Cary Grant pictures airing on cable. This movie is currently playing on The Movie Channel (TMC) and is definitely worth your time. Cary Grant is outstanding in this picture and Caron delivers a remarkable supporting performance. Grant delivers his lines in both a humorous and dramatic fashion. I strongly recommend seeing this picture. "Please take your hand off that." Grade: A-

Michael H (mx) wrote: One of my favorite all time movies!

April (de) wrote: This is a rated R film that I honestly think should be NC-17. The sex scenes are graphic and intense. Now that that has been said, figuring out "Who done it" is a big part of this movie with a big twist.

Valentin L (es) wrote: nostalga critic:scorerottentomatoes:nothing xd