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'Now You See Me' Review: Film Can't Conjure True Sense of Illusion

'Now You See Me' Review: Film Can't Conjure True Sense of Illusion

Louis Leterrier’s Now You See Me has an appealing comic spirit, and it’s a considerable amount of fun, in parts. It concerns four talented but low-level illusionist-hustlers: one card master (Jesse Eisenberg), one mentalist (Woody Harrelson), one daring escape artist (Isla Fisher),

'Warm Bodies' Review: Zombie Rom-Com Brainier Than 'Twilight' Franchise

'Warm Bodies' Review: Zombie Rom-Com Brainier Than 'Twilight' Franchise

Warm Bodies suggests what the Twilight films might have been if the Twilight films didn’t, you know, suck. This movie is also a tale of forbidden young interspecies love, but it’s self-aware and funny and really charming. Basically, it’s a reworking of Romeo and Juliet (there’s even

'Amour' Review: Engrossing Tale of Love, Aging and Commitment

'Amour' Review: Engrossing Tale of Love, Aging and Commitment

“Amour” has already won the top prize at Cannes, and is now Austria’s submission for Best Foreign Language Film at this year’s Oscars. Here, director Michael Haneke, a master of icy appraisal and the unflinching lockdown shot, closely contemplates an

'The Hobbit' Review: Fantasy Prequel Lacks Fellowship, Focus

'The Hobbit' Review: Fantasy Prequel Lacks Fellowship, Focus

Well, Peter Jackson is no George Lucas, I’m happy to report, and his new Middle-earth prequel is no “Phantom Menace.” But the movie is a disappointment, and not only because it fails to equal the grand achievement of Jackson’s Lord of the Rings trilogy

'Deadfall' Review: Snowy Film Noir Fizzles Out Midway In

'Deadfall' Review: Snowy Film Noir Fizzles Out Midway In

“Deadfall” has most of the elements of a good tricky noir: sex, love, doom, death. But the movie is dogged by intermittent listlessness, and it never quite comes together. About halfway in you can tell that the film itself is doomed.

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