Superstar magicians Burt Wonderstone (Steve Carell) and Anton Marvelton (Steve Buscemi) have ruled the Las Vegas strip for years, raking in millions with illusions as big as Burt';s growing ego. But lately the duo';s greatest deception is their public friendship, while secretly they';ve grown to loathe each other. Facing cutthroat competition from guerilla street magician Steve Gray (Jim Carrey), whose cult following surges with each outrageous stunt, even their show looks stale. But there';s still a chance Burt and Anton can save the act—both onstage and off—if Burt can get back in touch with what made him love magic in the first place. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Victoria W (fr) wrote: I guess I'm one of the very few, but I liked this movie. Maybe because I wasn't expecting a super scary Exorcist type of experience. It was less found-footage/blair witch and more just a documentary to me, so IMO it delivered a compelling story.
Harpreet S (ag) wrote: Decent attempt at trying out something different, even though it is an average film. First half of the film sucks, second half is better, unrealistic film, Ranbir Kapoor does a fine job though. It is one of those Bollywood films, that are average, but one good thing you can say is, at least they are trying to do something different, overall a "whatever" film. You won't miss anything if you don't see it.
Rex A (gb) wrote: This could've been good, it really could've, if they had stuck to ONE TONE. This seems to be a problem with many schizophrenic Tyler Perry films, and it's evident here with sudden swoops between lighthearted comedy and crushing psychological drama. These cinematic mood swings just took me out of the film too often, but the cast is quite good and the narrative isn't half bad. Overall, though, I can't recommend it.
Josh D (kr) wrote: Really interesting aesthetic and style of which it was filmed, that coupled with the acting and story led to a great foreign film about heir views of immigration to America in the early 1900s.
Joe S (it) wrote: If this was his first movie we would all be saying Dario who
Karsh D (ag) wrote: Oh dear. Even by jcvd standards this was a poor one. Having the irritating beyond belief rob Schneider as his side kick did not help a jot.
Alex S (ru) wrote: Face/Off follows an absurd premise and is littered with typical action cheese, but Woo's aggressive action sequences combined with entertaining chemistry between the two leads makes Face/Off worth watching.
Gladys D (ag) wrote: Seriously surprised at how this film grabbed my attention. It starts off a bit slow because they take their time telling you why the woman was kidnapped etc. The big reveal at the end wasn't a total shock, but still a good reveal. What makes this film strong is the reveal and the acting. Rickman really surprised me with his voice-changing and attempt at being three people. Bit of a mind-boggler, but definitely worth one watch. If you're a Rickman fan, this is a good one to see. I liked it and I know I'll see it again in the future.
Briain d (au) wrote: This was the film that earned Jeremy Irons his Best Actor Oscar back in the early 1990's. Personally, I think he deserved more Oscars than this one alone, but this performance was certainly one of his finest hours. He plays Claus, the husband of a very rich socialite, whom he married for her money (or so she believes at least). On two separate occasions, his wife (ably played by Glenn Close) suffers an unexplained coma, much to the shock of her two children. After the second coma, she enters what's called a persistent vegetative state, about as close as it's possible to come to death without dying. Immediately, her children find Claus guilty and they hire a P.I. to look into the matter. After gathering evidence and preparing a case, Claus is brought to court and found guilty. However, convinced that he is absolutely innocent, he appeals and summons a Harvard law professor (played by Silver) to defend him. This is where the film begins, in Claus' attempts to prove his innocence and have his sentence reversed.This film is a true story, which is a thoroughly interesting point. It is based on a book written by the law professor himself after the case. This, one would think, could easily lead the film into the territory of bias and taking sides, but I think it does a wonderful job in avoiding such conflicts. Instead of "telling us" what happened, the filmmakers offer many tantalising choices so that any assumptions we make are purely of our own accord. This excellent technique contributes to the picture's effectiveness.Irons, however, is the Star of this picture. His performance as Claus goes down in my memory as probably his finest performance (along with his portrayal of Humbert in Lolita). Everything from his accent, to his way of walking, to the way he interacts with female characters is done to a tee, and it was only right that the Academy should honour him with an Oscar. Glenn Close, as his wife, Sunny, is also effective. The choice of leads could not have been much better.
Mihai L (gb) wrote: Beautifully shot, excellent performances from many actors especially M. Fassbender, keeps you engaged but I could not empathize with the main character as I did not understand his willingness to accept slavery so easily. To me, the first act is by far the weakest, when it should have been a home run. I was not made to feel hope leaving the soul of the trapped protagonist so his decisions seemed out of place throughout the film.
Gordon H (ru) wrote: Dobby the House Elf is Awesome!Originally Written November 15, 2002--The follow-up to 'Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone' finds young wizard Harry Potter (Daniel Radcliffe) and his friends, Ron (Rupert Grint) and Hermione (Emma Watson), facing new challenges during their second year at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry as they try to discover a dark force that is terrorizing the school.I liked this follow-up to the 'Sorcerer's Stone,' but not as much as I thought I would. The film was fine---lifted right out of the book in fact. But I think that was its biggest problem. The film didn't take any risks. It was so cookie cutter to the book that it felt off somehow. But the introduction of Dobby the House Elf saved the movie for me. He is awesome! Four stars.
Dusty L (gb) wrote: Not the most original story, but the world and art is very creative and makes full use of the premise that is, a world that only has robots. If it didn't have that, it would have been less enjoyable.
Christopher B (mx) wrote: This movie is awesome on so many levels! Love, love, loved this as a youngster.