Now You See Me

Now You See Me
Now You See Me




110 minutes


Crime, Thriller



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Nothing is as it appears in this twisting and fast-paced crime caper, as a group of illusionists use their show-stopping talents to pull off audacious bank heists during their performances. Known as The Four Horsemen, the quartet has the authorities baffled by apparently managing to rob corrupt business leaders without even leaving the stage — and then raining down the stolen cash on their stunned audiences. Professional magic debunker Thaddeus Bradley reckons it's all a con and sets out to expose the Horsemen, while FBI agent Rhodes and his partner attempt to find their own hard evidence to nail the collective. What follows is a fun game of cat and mouse, made extra-entertaining by a strong cast and some great visual tricks.

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Contains moderate sex references, violence, threat and strong language

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