#NowYouSeeMe2 – Review

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Now You See Me 2 – Budget of $90 million – 2 hours 9 minutes

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Now You See Me 2
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The Horsemen have been in hiding for over a year and Danny is sick of it. Danny has been secretly meeting with “The Eye” to become the Horsemen’s leader. But soon the Horseman are ask to come out of hiding and expose Octa. Octa is a communications and software company that will have the ability to spy on everyone; if the Horsemen don’t expose them. In the middle of the trick to expose Octa, the Horsemen and their leader, Dylan are exposed. As they try to allude the police, their escape plan is hijacked and they somehow end up in China while Dylan is in New York. The Horsemen learn who hijack their escape plan and why. The hijacker wants the horsemen to steal something for him. 3 of the Horsemen, including the new recruit LuLu, say no; but Daniel says yes. So they during they heist/trick everything goes to the left. Its hard to know who is magician and who is the audience. All will be revealed but keep your eyes open.

The opening scene gives a brief history by showing Dylan’s father’s final trick. Also, they properly introduce Lulu to the movie, so she isn’t a 4 wheel, but a true Horseman. The tricks are amazing but the script is ok. The twist and turns will leave you dizzy. It is as good as the first and you may have to watch it twice to get the script’s slight of hand. If you liked the first, see the second as a matinee, otherwise wait for Redbox. No need to stay pass the end crawl.

I give this 3 out of 5 stars

The one thing I believe in is an eye for an eye – Thaddeus

And now a pigeon – Natalie

If I can hypnotize him before you hit him with a card, I get top bunk – Jack

It was an accident. I think – LuLu

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