"The Four Horsemen" is a cluster of phenomenal magicians - Daniel Atlas (Jesse Eisenberg), Henley Reeves (Isla Fisher), Jack Wilder (Dave Franco), and Merritt McKinney (Woody Harrelson). The group was formed by a mysterious stranger. The magicians rob banks as a part of their performance, and shower the money upon the audience. Rhodes (Mark Ruffalo), an FBI Agent, and an Interpol official, Dray (Mélanie Laurent), are accompanied by an ex-magician, Bradley, to probe the theft. But the Four Horsemen are always one step ahead of them. This clearly reckons the presence of the fifth Horseman. Now the question is, who is the fifth one? and why do these magicians give their money to the audience?
NOW YOU SEE ME REVIEW
"What is magic?"
Louis Letterier (of The Transporter fame) shows us, in what can most succinctly be described as a tribute to the art of cinematography, that one doesn't have to be Albus Wolfric Percival Brian Dumbledore (just to show off our grasp of Potter trivia) to answer that question.
Now You See Me is a celebration of shadows. Allow us to decipher that mystical statement. The movie is carried forward more by sheer narrative pace, than by the strength of the narrative itself; the credibility of the plot is always closely (and dangerously, if we might ....