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Release Date:
May 29, 2013

Runtime:
115 minutes
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Production:
– Summit Entertainment
– K/O Paper Products
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Language:
– English

Budget:
US $75000000

Country:
– United States of America
– France

Rating:
7.2 / 2821

Movie Synopsis:
An FBI agent and an Interpol detective track a team of illusionists who pull off bank heists during their performances and reward their audiences with the money.

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Reviewer 1:

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This is one of those movies that is somewhat entertaining upon first viewing but is easily forgettable and has nothing of substance to make a second viewing possible to enjoy. The plot is convoluted as we don’t know what the main characters are doing or why. In fact, everything we know about the 4 magicians is revealed in the first 10 minutes of the movie and after that there is ZERO character development! The entire movie appears to have been made solely for the sake of the ending and yet it was so cliché that I was actually a little angry about the way they did it. It’s unfortunate that in the filmmaker’s attempts to be clever they neglected the most fundamental elements of storytelling: plot and character.

Like a magic show without magic, you may find yourself somewhat entertained but inevitably wind up disappointed in the end because they left out the most important part of the show.


Reviewer 3:

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“Now You See Me” has a stellar cast, a fun and intriguing premise and themes (showdown of rival magicians combined with a heist), delightful smart-assery and cunning tactics — especially in those scenes dominated by Jesse Eisenberg or Woody Harrelson. Oh, and it has quite dazzling action sequences. All the best parts of this film are well-packaged and sold in the gripping theatrical trailer.

I took someone I loved to “Now You See Me” and expected the payoff of a perfect night of entertainment.

I’m not impossible to please at the movies and I actively wanted this to be a good time. I went out for entertainment and leisure and in good company and high spirits, not at all for the purpose of writing a critical review.

What’s more, I’m a big fan of all of the raw ingredients in this film. I enjoy magic and I could watch Morgan Freeman or Michael Caine in almost anything (now proved.) I fully enjoyed a much better film called “The Prestige,” which might be regarded by some as a predecessor.

But what happened here?

After several fun scenes and a promising opening sequence that made me want to care about the characters, I discovered a film in search of a plot and utterly lacking intellectual integrity and respect for the audience. The twists and reversals weren’t just surprising, they were completely unbelievable. You didn’t see it coming, but not because of skillful misdirection (the art of magicians, so often implied.)

Rather, you didn’t see it coming because the explanations were crooked and cooked up and merely expedient.

Especially, by late in the film when they start tracking backward to earlier events to show you how you were fooled and what was really going on the whole time — the explanations presented are less convincing than simply believing in real magic.

!!!Spoler Alert: Stop reading here if you would like to watch this movie without knowing anything about the late scenes, reveals, and reversals!!!

For example, the “Four Horsemen” stage the death of one of their own by perfectly orchestrating a high-speed traffic accident on a crowded bridge. It’s imperative that the car he’s apparently driving flips and tumbles several times and ultimately bursts into flames.

But it’s equally imperative that the pursuing detective can retrieve a stack of papers from the wrecked car. He *must* be able to retrieve the papers but not the body, all while getting away with his own life, or else the plot begins to unravel.

The timing is of course worked out impeccably, and it’s carried out with no other fatalities on the bridge. And somehow the magicians have stuffed a replacement body from the morgue into an identical car just before turning it into a time-bomb.

The audience knows, emotionally, that the Dave Franco character shouldn’t really be dead (as I heard one person exclaim loudly during the closing sequence when “Jack Wilder” shows up again,) but the way his death is apparently faked would defy an unlimited budget and dozens of trained stunt drivers and coordinators — unless, of course, you close the bridge to public traffic. Yet it’s just one more miracle that the Horsemen carry out with aplomb, at a frenetic pace and on-the-fly, with less than half-a-dozen total team members, empowered by an unlimited budget and a mystery benefactor.

All the while, apparently real traffic zooms along with presumably untrained and unprepared public going about normal business.

We are expected to believe that the way Hollywood makes a high-speed accident occur without killing anybody can be done by a handful of highly motivated professional stage magicians (read: amateurs to road stunts) and somehow this can be accomplished without completely controlled surroundings.

This elaborately and improbably faked high-speed death scene is just one example of the film jumping into an explanation of “how it really happened” that seems less probable and less believable than *anything* you could have guessed before being told.

And the plot problems go much deeper than buying into death-defying scenes that require an elimination of anything random in a busy public space. I couldn’t buy the ultimate reveal about the real identity and motives of the Mark Ruffalo character, either. It seemed incongruous. It felt like a cheat. The way he is planted in relation to earlier events seems like an afterthought.

And I couldn’t buy that underneath his deliberate blundering and willful ignorance was someone not only much smarter than he appeared, but someone so capable of perfect planning as to be damned near omniscient.

The total impression is of a promising film idea that fell on its own very expensive sword. I don’t know what happened, but it looks like it got battered and morphed around and rewritten by multiple teams of writers. The total feeling is that the story got killed and Frankensteined back together multiple times. And it looks like the final edit came after the director and all concerned were out of steam and over budget.

I felt intellectually raped, to put it bluntly. I felt like the director was content to dazzle us with action and effects and to take our money while demanding our total credulity on the plot points, using the angle provided by magic in a rather disingenuous way.

This, instead of providing a coherent narrative that would allow an adult audience to cheerfully maintain a willing suspension of disbelief.

The storyline turns into a madhouse of improbabilities and then rationalizes its real business like a pathological liar. What a travesty to the promising themes of magic and old rivalries, treated so well in other recent films. And what a waste of a beautiful all-star cast, so entertaining as individuals in the early scenes.


Reviewer 4:
Overall a showman of a film. Flashy, loud with bells and whistles and big personalities, an exciting premise… illusionists rob banks using (supposed) magic but the four horsemen are just puppets in a game, but the hype is more than the substance of the film itself.

You’d expect suspense, twists, intelligent plot misdirection and all sorts of thrilling viewing? No. This film tries to be a lot more intelligent than it actually is. Like Atlas (Eisenberg) says, “Always be the most intelligent person in the room” or something similar, this film thinks it is being intelligent but actually it’s not challenging enough. It gives too much away, isn’t as unpredictable as it should be (really, you couldn’t see that ending coming?) and just isn’t as clever as it promises. The tricks I really wanted explaining weren’t… the ones that were more obvious, were explained. The ending actually isn’t a denouement, as it’s been laying clues all along – and anyone who’s seen a lot of films can see the “twists” coming a mile away. I focus on the twists and reveal because as a heist movie, the end is the big reveal. But, unlike Oceans Eleven, for example, it has more or less handed it to you on a plate already.

The actors were good. Morgan Freeman and Woody Harrelson stealing the show, of course, with Dave Franco doing a bang up job with some incredible physical acting, stunts and so forth. I’m afraid Jesse Eisenberg didn’t convince in his character and was annoying after a while, Franco rather underutilised really. Isla Fisher was good but clearly the “glamour” rather than a serious character, which was a shame as she was good.

This was supposed to be a big blockbuster film, big back drops, epic stunts and huge crowd scenes, but it failed to deliver. As heist/magic genre films go it’s not that great, and The Prestige was far more cerebral and gripping. Entertaining to a point but I got a bit bored, and some of the scenes were too long – chases etc. If you are a fan of heist films or magic you’ll enjoy it, or are a fan of particular actors, or will just enjoy it for what it is and don’t want to be challenged intellectually, it’s a great film. I think Hollywood endings are just too commonplace. 6/10 for me.


Reviewer 5:
Imagine Now You See Me as Ocean’s Eleven meets The Prestige and you sort of get what director Louis Leterrier was going for with this film. Is Now You See Me as successful as the aforementioned films? Not necessarily, but it’s a fun movie that deconstructs the acts of modern magicians.

The story follows four Vegas magicians, known as the Four Horsemen, who rob a bank in the middle of one of their shows. What follows is a cat-and-mouse thriller where the FBI chases after these magicians, always one step behind, trying to figure out how they did it.

Where Now You See Me works best is when Leterrier creates cinematic sequences showing us how these magicians used real-life magic tricks to befuddle and dupe both their victims and the FBI. As well, if you want a film with twists and turns, this one will not disappoint. While most of the major twists can be found out before revealed, there is still a joy in watching those twists unfold, thanks to Leterrier’s Sherlock Holmes’ style of visual deduction. However, the script often falters in one of the most crucial areas, that of character.

Leterrier and company are constantly trying to balance the breakneck pace with the large cast of characters, and it just leaves the characters hanging out to dry. Character development is sorely lacking in Now You See Me, to where I never really cared about any of the characters. Part of this is because the film is constantly shifting points of view. The first thirty minutes follow our Robin Hood-like magicians, and then it switches to the FBI agents tracking them down, but then the film has the magicians constantly one step in front of the FBI to the point that it makes the FBI often come across as buffoons, and I find it hard to care for characters who are so easily fooled. Ultimately, I feel that had the film focused entirely on one set of characters, like the magicians or the FBI, the film would have been stronger and been easier to find a focal point, but as it is the film’s core is often muddled.

While Now You See Me may not be a grand slam, it’s still entertaining, thanks to the thrills and visual style of the film. Bottom line, if you’re a fan of the heist genre, you’ll like this movie. For me though, it just lacks a further script rewrite to have become one of the best examples of the genre.

I give Now You See Me an 8 out of 10!


Reviewer 7:
This film is about four magicians brought together to perform the ultimate trick…to rob a bank (or so they would have you believe). I think that’s as far as anyone really got with the plot apart from a few obvious twists along the way. Each of the four magicians is drafted in for their individual talents however these aren’t really highlighted or explored during the film in any detail. In fact there is no character development at all which is more disappointing given the fact that the cast includes Michael Caine and Morgan Freeman among others.

So a few minutes in and they perform their robbing a bank trick, the FBI man and the Interpol girl, who are somehow teamed up, are flummoxed so they take the magicians in for questioning. This doesn’t go well for the FBI as the magicians use their mind/card tricks to outwit them and in the end they are let go. So the FBI calls in the help of Morgan Freeman, whose job is working out and explaining how tricks are done, to help. He has clearly seen this all before and explains the bank robbery within seconds.

This is where i kind of lost interest in the film. Anyway there are some attempts at this stage to add some depth to the movie but these all fail. The confrontations between Caine and Freeman are tired and they both just seem to be going through the motions. The love interest between the FBI man and the Interpol girl is forced and comes from nowhere. Basically she is hot and they are working on a case together so they fall in love. Even the main four cast members have no chemistry or likability.

So moving on a couple more tricks are performed and the cat and mouse game with the FBI continues. I wont ruin the disappointing end but let’s just say there are a few twists that anyone who has seen a movie before would have worked out by now and then the film ends.

All in all the worst film I’ve seen in a long time and shame on Woody Harrelson for following his excellent performance in Seven Psychopaths with this garbage.


Reviewer 9:
I believe the target audience (and maybe even the writer) are all 14 year old boys who think magicians can do anything they want. I love a good sci-fi setting and I can accept some really fringe premises if the movie exploit them in a good way. This movie just relies on the audience swallowing everything and never questioning anything. If you start to pull any of the many loose ends it all falls apart faster than you can say bullshit.

I wanted to write this whitout spoilers, but the plot has given me a itch I can not scratch.

First, they stole 140 million by knowing the guys first pets name!?? Do they suggest the bank secure their assets with a simple password recovery scheme like that? I don’t begin to understand. Are they seriuous? Why didn’t they just say they hypnoticed him into withdrawing the money. Even thow that is not possible it is far more believable. This is maybe the most unbeliveble way to explain a heist I ever heard of.

There is not a singel interesting or plausible event in the whole film. Everything is just random. The fbi guy, did he base his whole career on this single moment? That is determenation and planning out of this world. But, I guess its a whole lot easier to say its just distraction and magic that did it all.

I would say that convincing people to pay for this crap is a far greater con than any of the ones presented in the movie.

I have seen allot of bad movies but they all have something if find interesting or good in them. Except this one. I cant find any thing positive to say. Stay clear.


Reviewer 10:
When it comes to summer movies, this is about as good as it gets. We got to the movies to be entertained and lose ourselves for 2 hours for a price of an admission ticket. I can say without flinching that this was totally worth it.

The film was so much more enjoyable than I thought it would be from watching the trailers. It has a lot of wit, clever plot, suspense, magic, humor, twists, and action. It has something for everybody. The acting was great overall and I really liked the characters. In my mind 3 people stuck out. Mark ruffalo, Morgan freeman, and woody harrelson. They were great.

Overall I was surprised at how good the story was. Sure it won’t win any Oscars but it takes a road at the end that nobody would see coming. It makes you want to go back and see it twice to understand it better, and just like all magic tricks, some of it can’t be explained and you are left with no answer but to believe that what you saw was true. And to me that’s fun


Reviewer 11:
If you like strong and logical plots, you are likely to dislike this one. It’s all about appearances and show in this one, rather than actually being brilliant, the characters and story just ask you take their brilliance for granted.

The story revolves around illusionists (implicitly portrayed as demigods I would say) and how they manage to fool everyone and get a little fooled themselves. Of course, with all this fooling around there are always chances that something might strike the funny bone, that is to say it has its humorous moments now and then but on the whole the illusions and tricks etc. is just more of a dazzle than something logical and realistic. There is not much depth to the characters and a lot of misdirection to make the climax more effective, but the misdirection only adds to the illogical nature of the plot and makes the story hollow.

Having criticized enough the good parts for me were the cocky-as-usual Jesse Eisenberg and some of the funny moments but nothing else. Even the dazzle of the magic tricks was made slow and plain by all the simple filler like dialogues. Final word; skip it unless you don’t have a better choice for a movie in mind.


Reviewer 12:
I was given free advanced screening tickets to see this film, and being the film buff that I am, I took them and went and saw it. I had seen a trailer before hand and knew what to expect from the film, but I gotta be honest, my expectations were low and the only reason I watched it is cause they were free tickets.

Now, after seeing it, I can tell you the film was an awesome surprise. The cast was great, the action fun, and the plot unique. I didn’t see any of the twists coming and I found the film to be very entertaining. It doesn’t get too convoluted at any point and is a great chase/illusion film. It’s like a funner version of The Prestige, not that the two belong in the same class, just an easy way to quickly summarize what the movie is trying to accomplish (although Michael Caine is in both films!)

Go see it, as will I, again. A fun summer movie that is likely to surprise more than a few people with its plot and twists!


Reviewer 14:
I agree with the other negative reviews: good actors performing an incoherent script. The film is more of a collection of clichés than a story. One thing I haven’t seen mentioned is how left-wing it is. We are supposed to cheer when Michael Caine’s character gets screwed. The only reason I can see is because he is rich. Jesse Eisenberg on the other hand plays a smug guy you would like to smack upside the head. However, his heart is pure so it turns out good for him. Much of the story and the tricks are based upon screwing the “one percent.” If you aren’t a Wall Street occupier or are greater than 12 years old I recommend skipping it. Come to think of it, it’s too violent for viewers 12 or less.


 

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Release Date:
June 9, 2016

Runtime:
115 minutes
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Production:
– Summit Entertainment
– Lionsgate

Language:
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Budget:
US $90000000

Country:
– United States of America

Rating:
6.4 / 325

Movie Synopsis:
One year after outwitting the FBI and winning the public’s adulation with their mind-bending spectacles, the Four Horsemen resurface in Now You See Me: The Second Act only to find themselves face to face with a new enemy who enlists them to pull off their most dangerous heist yet.

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Reviewer 1:

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“Now You See Me” was a personal guilty pleasure of 2013, it was absolutely unpretentious and unbelievable but it knew it was so and with the help of a talented cast and a couple of good characters and story beats it turned out as a fine time at the theater. Its sequel starts out with the same unpretentious and fun vibe of the first only to slowly escalate up to what becomes one of the most lifeless and visually painful experiences of the year.

As I said the movie started out really fine, in the sense that it was doing what I wanted it to do. Nobody should or would walk into this film expecting the new “Heat”, I just wanted to have some dumb fun, with a self referential film that doesn’t take anything seriously and up to the fist two set-pieces of the film that’s what I was getting. The cast was working the best they could and the action felt fluent and visually pleasing, there was a rhythm to it and a reason for it in particular.

Yet, as soon as we start getting into this film’s second act things fall apart to a mind numbing degree and I mean that literally, my mind went blank with the level of stupidity and inconsequentially of what was going on, I watched this film in a state of trance where I couldn’t tell if I was dozing off or simply bored to death.

“Now You See Me 2” takes the levels of suspense of disbelief to a whole new world where not even laughing at the film proves to be of any kind of satisfaction, everything going on is just visual noise and other than being filmed in the most uninteresting and unstylish way possible, it has no momentum, no character, it’s just there for the sake of extravaganza and it keeps going on for unbelievable amounts of time and it never proves to be any kind of pleasant.

And we haven’t even taken into consideration the logistical implications of what happens. It is just crazy. There is no grit of grounding of actions, stuff just keeps happening on top of other stuff and without any kind of character or story implications the film becomes more of a showcase of dull visual tricks. Not to mention the story twists it spices in which are preposterous to even think about and sprinkled with silly clichés and dialogue that not even Ruffalo or Freeman, two of the greatest actors, manage to make even passable.

I got a head ache from this movie, it was a terrible experience, I don’t recommend it and the shortness of my review is reflective of how lost with words I am about it.


Reviewer 2:

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Here’s the thing about 2013’s “Now You See Me,” I didn’t hate it but I wasn’t completely wowed by it either. Mildly entertaining is how I’d describe it. It’s heist caper like Ocean’s Eleven but with faster sleight of hand. So to say that “Now You See Me” didn’t have its amusing moments, would be a lie. But this sequel however, NOW YOU SEE ME 2, is a big giant mess.

In NOW YOU SEE ME 2, the four horsemen Jesse Eisenberg, Woody Harrelson, Dave Franco, Lizzy Caplan, after a year of outwitting the FBI and winning the public’s adulation with their Robin Hood-style magic spectacles, resurface for a comeback performance in hopes of exposing the unethical practices of a tech magnate. But a certain revenge plot threatens their impossible heist yet.

The first film had more mystery, thriller and intrigue, so at the very least it kept you engaged, but NOW YOU SEE ME 2 resorts to cheap laughs and a build up that frankly kinda insults our intelligence. The film would like to make you believe that it’s smart, it even thinks itself that way, but in its attempt to give you a seemingly intricate and elaborate trick and a big reveal, it gets lost in its own process.

Isla Fisher’s Henley whom I thought was a strong female character, got replaced by Lizzy Caplan’s Lula who’s more concerned about getting laid. For some reason, they had to present Woody Harrelson’s character’s identical twin brother, also played by Woody Harrelson. I think that was a poor decision on the filmmakers’ part. It’s bad enough that they had to resort to this annoying unlikable family member, on top of that, they couldn’t just get another actor and have it be a brother, instead of identical twin?! Woody Harrelson is a great actor, but watching two of him bantering, that’s the point when I stop taking this movie seriously as a piece of entertainment. This franchise says that the closer you look, the less you see. Well, if you step back a bit, you’ll see the big picture that NOW YOU SEE ME 2 is not as crafty as it’s cracked up to be.

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Reviewer 3:
This film tells the story of a group of magicians who are going to reveal the secrets of a corporation. However, they get outsmarted and blackmailed. They have to try get an upper hand in a seemingly difficult situation.

I enjoyed the first “Now You See Me” because I was wowed by the mystery and suspense it had. This installment, however, does not provide me with the same experience.

This time round, the film spends a lot of time introducing the new characters and to set the picture. Then, there is a constant stream of trickery, which are unrealistic and unlikely. The plot becomes so far fetched and random, events happening so conveniently that it loses believability, which is the key that made the first film great. There are some scenes in here that’s good, but most of the time I am left to wonder when the film is going to end. Unfortunately, I can’t see the wire factor in “Now You See Me 2”.


Reviewer 4:
While the first installation was enjoyable, the second one does not live up. The plot was bland and dull and dragging. The dialogue was dry and just downright stupid. The magic tricks were OK (and unnecessary), but there was no wow factor. No jaw-dropping revealing or mind hack or anything like that. If the first movie keeps you guessing until the final scene, then Now You See Me 2 just basically tells the whole story in a straight line. It’s just plain bad

To pair with the bad plot, the acting was also horrid. Lizzy Caplan was beyond tragic. There is no charisma in her character at all. Replacing Isla Fisher was a really bad move. And when you thought: “Well, at least Michael Caine or Morgan Freeman will provide some top-notch acting?”, you were wrong. Their characters are just so dull that even their talents can not save them.


Reviewer 5:
This film is undeniably visually dazzling, arguably to the point of being exhausting. But what I’m taking from this dubious new genre, if you could call it that, is that filmmakers shamelessly exploit and yet devalue the nature of real-life illusionism (i.e. “magic”), in which the magician actually has to make something work that looks impossible or highly unlikely (it’s a trick), by making use of the nearly endless possibilities of film, in which things that would be impossible in real life can actually be accomplished on screen. So we get things like Lizzy Caplan apparently vanishing into thin air in Atlas’s apartment, and since magicians, of course, don’t divulge how they accomplish their tricks, the film takes advantage of this by doing things that in all likelihood really are impossible — no explanations or credibility necessary.

Since we all know that you can do all these things in the movies anyway, what’s the point of making them into magicians, when you can watch a Harry Potter movie and you don’t really have to wonder how people in paintings can move?


Reviewer 6:
Well,I had mixed feelings about the first NYSM.It had its fair share of thrills and flaws.But the movie left space open for a sequel,and here it is.This time,Walter Mabry,a tech magnate,recruits the Horsemen into pulling of their most impossible heist yet.Daniel Radcliffe does justice to his role of the above mentioned tech magnate.The entire cast returns,excluding Isla Fisher,who is replaced by Lizzy Caplan.She is good enough to replace Fisher.

Just like the predecessor,the movie’s ending contains a lot of explanations as to how they did what they were told to do.This movie has a lot of thrills and some questions are yet again left unanswered,but this time it is forgivable.It does have you guessing a lot,and the characters are likable.The ending does seem a bit implausible,and that us one of the biggest flaws in the film.

Overall a decent thriller with a nice cast.I liked it better than the first one,and hopefully the next sequel coming toward us will improve on this one.


Reviewer 7:
Among the other movies in the theaters this week, this is a good choice to spend your two hours..

I think the age warning of above 13 for this movie is actually right. My advice is that if you’re above 40, it may not entertain you because this film doesn’t include much logic among some events that follow one another.

Another thing is that this is also a movie about a struggle of saving the world from the bad guys. There many movies like that but this movie saves itself from being boring with the humor & sarcasm of the characters. Magics which we cannot come across in real life help a lot to take the movie to a higher position in the audience’s point of view.

Best parts of the film:

1. The voyage of the horsemen after they jump through the tunnel.

2. When four of the horsemen are together in a room where they are being searched for a possible theft.

3. The magical performances of the horsemen in a city center at a special day of the year.

4. The audience may not guess how the film will end, will the horsemen succeed or not?

5. There may be a 3rd film of this series.


Reviewer 8:
I don’t understand all the hate for this movie. It accomplished the same ends as the first one, and even exceeded it in some ways. Just like the first, it started with a simple plot, added in some humor and dazzling magic tricks, and then brought in a twist at the end. Very fun movie, with complex characters.

Sure, it’s not a FANTASTIC movie. But I don’t think it was meant to be an award- winner or anything. It celebrates the mystery and magic of illusion, and reminds viewers that even today, audiences can still be fooled, if the magician has just enough intuition (and money) to pull it off.

I would’ve given 10 stars, but the romance was poorly executed, and some of the plot elements bothered me. Loved it though. Don’t believe the negative reviews. Watch it for yourself and see what you think.


Reviewer 9:
This is a worthy follow up to the first movie (coming from someone that as a rule doesn’t believe in follow-on movies). It’s fun, it’s got its twists and hidden surprises, & ends up being a well put-together, bit of entertainment. I went to see it with my my teenage daughter and we both really enjoyed it! It’s a great, light, holiday movie, that leaves you with a smile on your face and “oh, gee, I didn’t see that coming”. It is a good mix of slight of hand that admittedly are fun to watch, good action and some rolling humour. Do yourself a favour – if you saw the first one and enjoyed it then go see the follow-on. Don’t be put off by the nay-Sayers. Listen to the Inspector!


Reviewer 10:
As a film this really is poor. On practically every level it falls down… Now You See Me 2 picks up directly where the first film left off and the film follows a similar pattern – The 4 (or 5?) horsemen, performing larger-than-life magic with the aim of providing for those less fortunate or exposing those who do wrong. However, unlike the first, their motivations behind each of these stunts are a little less clear and certainly less meaningful. In fact inconsistent or unlikely character motivations and actions are a problem throughout the film (with supporting characters as well as the leads).Then there’s the fact that this plot is so unrealistic and beyond the realms of possibility that it makes the first script look practically normal. The script in itself is a problem… it’s messy, incongruent and forced – “well we need to have a shootout/car chase, otherwise it won’t be cool enough”.

Then there’s the fact that Isla Fisher’s character has left the gang and although briefly explained at the beginning of the film, is never mentioned again. Yet her replacement (played by Lizzy Caplan) is not only treated as if she’s been there since the beginning, but also held responsible for all the actions she wasn’t around for in the first film. I get the feeling it might have been easier for her just to play Isla Fisher’s character (Katie Holmes-Maggie Gyllenhaal in Batman style) rather than trying to shoehorn in a different character. And talking of characters – Daniel Radcliffe’s character is atrocious. I don’t want to give anything away but he is such a stereotypical, spoilt, British man it’s untrue. Moreover his acting in this was reminiscent of all his appalling, wooden performances from the early Harry Potter films… And just I was starting to believe that maybe he could act!

And then there are issues around plot holes, speech which is purely for the viewers’ benefit, seemingly irrelevant sub-plots and a ridiculously backwards ending which doesn’t appear to make much sense.

So how the hell, given all these problems, does it give it get a 6 I hear you cry? Well, as with the first, it is still thoroughly entertaining. It’s light-hearted fun, which isn’t really tackling any of the world’s serious topics and as a spectacle is still great. Sure I found myself thinking of several occasions ‘my god this is garbage’, but it didn’t annoy me. It’s the kind of film where you can laugh off the issues and appreciate the fun parts.

In summary, if you liked the first one, I certainly wouldn’t discourage you from seeing NYSM2. I’d just go in with limited expectations and an acceptance that many aspects of it aren’t going to be very good. If you have those two things you’ll probably enjoy it thoroughly, despite all its flaws.


 

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Release Date:
August 16, 1999

Runtime:
102 minutes
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Production:
– Castle Rock Entertainment
– Warner Bros.

Language:
– English

Budget:
US $0

Country:
– United Kingdom
– United States of America

Rating:
5 / 55

Movie Synopsis:
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This was great. People exaggerate the amount of roles where Hugh Grant plays the loveable Englishman. There’s only been 3 to my knowledge. I don’t really care anyway, as he is brilliant in that role. DeNiro, John Wayne, Morgan Freeman etc generally play the same role in their films and it doesn’t put the viewer off.

This wasn’t up to Four Weddings or Notting Hill standard. The story line let it down, but only slightly. You need to be of a certain intelligence level to find the satire & dry wit of these films, funny. Give me that anyday to the sex & masturbation gags in most films or the childish braindead crap from Adam Sandler or Jim Carrey that that mistakenly falls into the genre of ‘humour.’

It’s such an easy film to watch and enjoy. There’s more humour at the beginning than the end of Mickey Blue Eyes, but it has at least half a dozen laugh out loud scenes and is worthy of a mark far superior than 5.8/10.

Highly recommendable, a very high …

8/10


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Just happened to rent this one on a whim, mainly due to the cast – Hugh Grant and James Caan – and was surprised to find a much better than average comedy. When the world of a sophisticated English-born art auctioneer in a Tony Manhattan auction house collides with the world of the New York mob, one expects a universe of comic opportunities, and the movie pays off in spades. James Caan is becoming one of those rare actors who is as adept at comedy as at heavier roles. The script is intelligently funny, and the movie is loaded with riotously incongruous situations. The scene where Caan attempts to teach the debonair Hugh Grant how to say “fuggedaboutit” in a hood’s accent is alone worth the price of the movie. An overlooked delight.


Reviewer 3:
This is a comedy all the way, and one of the funnier “gangster” comedies I’ve seen, in tone reminds me a lot of “Analyze This.” Hugh Grant is the boyfriend and Jeanne Tripplehorn is his girl, but she refuses when he proposes because her father is a mobster (James Caan, in a perfect role) and she knows they would suck in her innocent auctioneer. The writing is refreshingly good and Grant’s delivery makes it go. Here I disagree strongly with critic Ebert who thinks Grant was not right for the role.

My favorite scene, I laughed so hard I had to back it up and watch again, Grant has to pretend in a restaurant that he is “Mickey Blue Eyes” from a Kansas City gang, and his poor imitation of NYC gangster talk is hilarious. This film has no lasting value but is very entertaining, enough so that I think it deserves an “8”. I saw it on DVD, nothing remarkable about the presentation, but nothing wrong either.


Reviewer 4:
The whole idea of the movie is pretty creative, but near the end of the movie, the story got a little predictable (that’s all I’ll say about the plot… so no I’m not spoiling anything.)

However, I laughed to the point I was literally in pain. A lot of pain. Especially during “the restaurant scene”. Even after the movie I was still giddy, and I started laughing hysterically in the parking lot of the movie theater. An aftershock I guess?

If you’re looking for a good laugh you should go see it. If you’re looking for a strong plot, save your time and money.


Reviewer 5:
This was an entertaining comedy, similar to several other films I’ve seen in which an innocent-appearing nice guy gets caught up in the middle of a mob family. (i.e. Matthew Broderick in “The Freshman.”)

In this film, it’s Hugh Grant who winds up in mobster James Caan’s clan. The latter isn’t known for his comedy but he’s good at it. Sometimes just the facial expressions on Caan’s face brought out big laughs with me.

Joe Viterelli is perfect for any Mafia-type story, as is Burt Young. It was a little strange, though, to see Young look like such a shriveled up old man. Jeanne Tripplehorn provides the romantic interest in here.

My only complaints were too much usage of God’s name in vain, especially for a comedy, and the typical on again-off again marriage plans you’ve seen so many times in movies for many decades. Overall, however, a good lighthearted comedy that should please a lot of people.


Reviewer 6:
It took only a few movies for Hugh Grant to become a caricature of himself. He first gained notice as the hopeless romantic in “Four Weddings and a Funeral.” Audiences fell in love with his good looks, deadpan delivery and ability to convey hurt. He was even better in “Notting Hill,” and added just the right note of foppishness. But in “Mickey Blue Eyes”-perhaps because he is miscast-all of these once-endearing traits now seem annoying. The floppish hair once endearing in Notting Hill now seems to be a distraction. His repeated use of the word “right,” just right in Notting Hill, seems annoying here. Perhaps the problem is that the previous two films were fresh and well written. “Mickey Blue Eyes” is neither. Perhaps it’s time for Grant’s character to move in a new direction and to once again display the talent he showed in “Remains of the Day.”

“Mickey Blue Eyes'” plot about an auctioneer about to become engaged to what turns out to be a Mafia princess is okay. And the idea of using an auction to launder money is fresh. But the second half of the film goes down hill quickly. And the supposed tragic ending is too obviously a ruse.

The only two saving graces in the movie are James Caan and Scott Thompson. It’s been fascinating to watch Caan move from pretty boy (“Lady in a Cage” and “El Dorado”) to real life and screen tough guy (“The Godfather”) and now to comedian. Watch Caan’s eyes-they seem to be in conflict with the rest of his body, letting us know that he knows a lot more than he’s letting on.

Thompson, of the “Kids in the Hall” troupe, shines here as an FBI agent. He steals every scene he’s in.


Reviewer 7:
The previews that I saw for this movie promised it to be a very funny movie…and for the most part it was but it could have been better.

The movie is about a conservative British fellow (Hugh Grant) that runs an auction house in New York. He decides to propose to his girlfriend (Jeanne Tripplehorn) but she has reservations about marriage as her father has connections to the mafia. In her opinion, this marriage will not work as Grant’s character will invariably be sucked into the organized crime life. He assures her that he won’t and they decide to go ahead with the marriage. As you guessed it, Grant does become entangled and what ensues is a humorous “fish-out-of-water” comedy as Grant tries to get himself out of a mess.

For the most part, the characters were well played. Hugh Grant does a good job, albiet familiar to other characters that he’s played recently (and probably not too unlike his real self) but it was nonetheless well played. Most of the humor revolves around his character and his ability to deliver the lines and timing is very well done. The same cannot be said for Jeanne Tripplehorn’s character. She seemed to overact some scenes and others it seemed that she wasn’t quite sure how to portray the character. At times, it almost made me feel uncomfortable trying to watch her find her role. James Caan did a very good job of playing the father and in some cases, he stole some scenes. The rest of the actors played their roles fairly well although many of these actors have been typecast as the mafia type character.

Although the movie was fairly amusing, there were places that it seemed to drag a little bit. A sign of a good movie for me is how much my mind wanders and this did happen in some places. In my opinion it could have been even funnier but in general it was pretty good. Overall, I found it to be entertaining and genuinely funny…7/10.


Reviewer 8:
Key Words: Cute / Funny / Stumbles & Mumbles / Nice Ending

This often-told tale of accidently getting involved with the Mob (“Family”) is well done here with lots of humor. Hugh stumbles and mumbles as he tries to walk the thin line of getting wed to his sweetheart without getting sucked in by the Mob that her father works for. There are some really well crafted humorous scenes, and the ending is more complex and surprising that I had expected. The Italian music that runs through the flic will have you humming along after the credits roll. I thoroughly enjoyed this light bit of fluff………..


Reviewer 9:
So perhaps this isn’t the best romantic comedy out there, but it certainly did have a few interesting twists, and some generally funny moments to it. Hugh Grant was the bumbling and charming Brit he always is, Jimmy Caan was great as the mob member daddy to Jeanne Tripplehorn. It’s a fun film to watch and I think most people will enjoy it.


Reviewer 11:
Hugh Grant is in someways a modern version of a comic actor who I have had problems with in viewing: Charles Butterworth. Butterworth would hem and haw, afraid of making some social faux pas while pursuing whatever business occupied his activities on screen. This diffidence while mildly amusing could get tedious after awhile. Similarly Grant will hesitate, and stammer a bit. But his English manners, and his good looks make his hesitancy far more easy to accept than Butterworth’s. Certainly his good looks have made him an easy leading man type (whereas Butterworth always played in supporting roles).

MICKEY BLUE EYES gives Grant far more to be nervous and hesitant about. He plays Michael Feldgate, a highly successful auctioneer at a leading house in Manhattan (his boss is Philip Cromwell (James Fox)). Michael has been romancing a schoolteacher named Gina Vitale (Jeanne Tripplehorn), and has finally decided to propose to her. Besides causing an unintentional series of uproars in a Chinese restaurant, he is surprised to find Gina less than enthusiastic. After he meets her father Frank Vitale (James Caan) he follows Gina home and learns the reason for Gina’s lack of enthusiasm (though not lack of love). Frank is a member of a Mafia family headed by Vito Graziosi (Burt Young), and Gina was always afraid that if Michael and she married he’d be trapped into the Mafia way of life sooner or later.

Uneasily Gina agrees to the wedding, with Michael insisting that with her assistance he can avoid any real problems from Graziosi and his gang. But soon the subtlety of the mobsters proves too much for Michael (with or without Gina’s help). Graziosi realizes that auctioning art can be useful as a way of laundering dirty mob money (he can have debts paid by having various debtors settle what they owe by buying items the mob puts up at auction). And Michael soon finds he is auctioning art by Graziosi’s violent mental case son Johnny (John Ventimiglia) that are setting records – records the F.B.I. are showing great interest in. While worrying about this, Michael is also under pressure of trying to present a good, respectable front for a potentially lucrative client. Somehow the mobsters and the F.B.I. just don’t seem to help create this image.

Michael finds that everything Gina suggests, or her father Frank tries to help with fails, and soon the Englishman finds he is in the middle of an unwanted killing – one that can set off a mob war. He also finds that he has to parade around town with his erst-while father-in-law as an out-of-town underworld torpedo named “Mickey Blue Eyes” (actually, “Young Mickey Blue Eyes” from Kansas City, as opposed to “Old Mickey Blue Eyes” his dead dad, and the original “Mickey Blue Eyes” from Chicago!). This includes burying a corpse in an overused waste land, and ordering steak in a restaurant where “Mickey” is barely understood talking a version of underworld English, and upsetting customers by his anti-English remarks and his constantly dropping his gun.

The cast is wonderful, led by a continually drained Grant who can’t find any way out of the deeper and deeper hole he is in, Caan who has found that he has a comfortable niche in the mob – but has somehow lost his daughter’s trust, Tripplehorn who finds that she is bloodily closer to the mob than she ever expected or wanted to be, Young who is properly sinister but ruthlessly smart, and Fox who constantly trying to put the best face on the worst situations (like talking to his potential client about respectability, opening a door, and finding Grant shaking his behind in front of his fiancé!). Even that late budding comic “goon” actor Joe Viterelli (who played “Jelly” in the ANALYZE THIS and ANALYZE THAT films) has a nice moment where he watches a television commercial about a very strong adhesive tape that can even bind people’s hands – and makes a note for future reference when he needs to bind some person’s hands! Until the last comic twists of the plot, the film entertains, and is certainly worth a “10” out of “10” on the scale here.


 

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Release Date:
May 2, 2004

Runtime:
90 minutes
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Drama Family
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Language:
– English

Budget:
US $6000000

Country:
– United States of America

Rating:
6.5 / 1

Movie Synopsis:
Best-selling author John Grisham deviates from his usual literary thrillers with this winning film that stars Harry Connick Jr. as Tripp Spence, a widower who goes on the run from the IRS with his 12-year-old baseball-phenomenon son, Derrick (Shawn Salinas). They assume new identities and flee to Las Vegas, where Derrick, now known as Mickey, joins a team that makes it to the Little League World Series. But will fame give away his true identity?

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I decided to take in this film primarily because it showcases the premier event of my hometown, by virtue of which has allowed me its access. I went in with few expectations, and left feeling quite satisfied. This film certainly ventures from the typical Hollywood fluff one might expect from a movie featuring Little League Baseball, casting a dark aura about an event cherished for its purity. Some off-beat humor slips in from time to time, as well as some stunning contrast of emotion rarely seen in mainstream films. I also paid attention to many of the details, given that I spent my childhood late Augusts watching the games at Lamade Stadium. I will say I would have loved to see in some of the shots children sliding down the upper hill behind Lamade on pieces of cardboard boxes, which has become a trademark of Little League Baseball ambiance, but I understand the absence. All in all, good viewing, and a shame that this film will likely pass into relative obscurity.


Reviewer 2:

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As a former Little League dad and Little League coach, I was curious about the movie, particularly because part of it was filmed in our home town. So I admit to a little bias when I see some people I know in the movie.

That notwithstanding, I very much enjoyed it. The producers decided to cast baseball players and teach them to act, rather than trying to teach actors to play baseball. The baseball sequences are well done, and very realistic to Little League experience.

I was wondering how they were going to deal with the basic problem of making a feel-good ending out of a pretty lousy set of circumstances, and I really thought they did it well.

I suspect that it will not get great reviews — there is not a lot of complexity and brooding and foreboding, no sex, violence or cursing, etc.

It’s a little like “The Mighty Ducks”; the fact pattern is believable if improbable, kids mature and succeed, parent makes a good connection with a love interest, and by the end you like the characters and you care what happens to them.

Good summer flick.


Reviewer 3:
I had the opportunity to listen to John Grisham in Ottawa Ontario, Canada in April 2001 discuss his upcoming project “Mickey”. Now, in April 2004 in Virginia Beach, Virginia, I was able to see the movie and again listen to John Grisham at a private screening along with the Director Hugh Wilson. “Mickey” was well worth waiting for.

Using Little League Baseball as a background, the Plot centers on a father/son relationship and the difficult choices they have to make. The drive of “Mickey” is focused on the choices made by the Father (Harry Connick Jr.) and how they affect not only his son, but the lives of the team his son plays for.

This is not a “Hollywood” movie. It is far superior to the high tech improbable entertainment that “Hollywood” churns out these days.

Hugh Wilson deftly guides this fine character study that came from the heart of writer John Grisham. Harry Connick Jr. gives his best performance to date (Deserving a nod for Best Actor) and is aided by the fine supporting cast. Mike Starr, as the coach, is one of those character actors ala Jack Elam, Harry Dean Stanton, Kevin Pollock….who you recognize, but just can’t remember the name to go with the face, is deserving of a nomination for Best Supporting Actor as he pulls out terrific performance by 1st timer Shawn Salinas (Mickey) and Harry Connick Jr. Michelle Johnson (Blame it on Rio) also contributes to the angst displayed by HCJ.

This is a fine family movie to be enjoyed by all.


Reviewer 4:
I saw Mickey with my wife and our two sons who, while past their little league days, at 15 and 17 are still close enough to have distinct memories of the experience. I thought the movie itself was watchable, but not much more than that…too many innings of baseball that had me squirming like I was sitting on a hard bleacher bench.

What I really liked was the conversation it stimulated over dinner afterwards. Was the con justified in any way? What’s the right way to pick a rec team? Would Mickey’s teammates really have behaved the way they did post-revelation? Does our government run on back room deals? Not too many flicks, books or news get as much airing in our family. For that, and that alone, I appreciated Mickey.


Reviewer 6:
Went today to view this movie. I should say that I see a lot of movies both with and without my 10 year old daughter. I am very glad I saw this movie. I think, overall, it was well done. It is about little league but more than that. The end result teaches accountability for your actions and honesty. It doesn’t give you the happy ending in the sense that the dad gets off for his crime which I think sends a good message. I was impressed with this film. It is a limited showing but I think a good investment of your time. FYI, for those who don’t know this film sets Harry Connick Jr as a widowed dad in trouble for falsifying tax info resulting in evasion and fraud charges. The son, played by newcomer Shawn Salinas, is a child who is ending his little league career as a pitcher turning 13. By getting a new identity his son also stays 12 making him eligible for one last year in little league and one more shot at the little league world series. A well done family film or just for those who might want to relive a little of their childhood.


Reviewer 7:
It is so wonderful to see a movie about Little League. This movie shows the little league spirit and excitement of the LL World Series. Little League is the oldest youth sports organization in the world and it deserves to be showcased in such a wonderful way. The actors do a great job of catching the spirit of the movie the father shows that he is loving but troubled. and “Mickey” shows the youthful love of baseball and the struggle to handle the situation in front of him I have heard some say that this is the best kids Baseball movie since the sandlot and I fully agree. This is a movie that everyone should see and one that can be a true inspiration for all young people who play or love Little League baseball


Reviewer 8:
One review said, “While not a thriller like other John Grisham books…”. My husband and I beg to differ! The tension in Mickey at times was almost unbearable. The characters are likable, but yet they cheat. Each victory in LL increases their chance of exposure… but yet you want Mickey’s team to keep winning. The “bad” guys are the hated IRS, but yet… OK there’s no way in h*** that you WANT the IRS to catch them, but Tripp DID hide assets. You really sense the dad’s fear of being caught fighting against his desire to let his son show his spectacular skills.

It’s one of the most unpredictable movies I’ve seen in a long time. It’s nice to be fooled once and awhile.

The acting was good. I’m thinking of writing a football screenplay and my brother said “Don’t get actors and try to teach them football. Get football players that can act.” And that’s exactly what J.G. says they did when casting the ballplayers in MIckey. I think they did an excellent job!


Reviewer 9:
I recently bought this, mostly because of my liking of the Little League World Series. After watching it, even if i didn’t love the LLWS, I would have recommended it anyway. I loved how authentic they made the games feel. They used same uniforms, stadiums, even announcers in Brent Musberger and Harold Reynolds. They even used some of the same teams as in the 2001 series. The only thing about the movie I was a little confused over was the punishment the teams received. In the 2001 Little League World Series, a team from New York used an ineligible player. The team was stripped of all awards and games won during all-stars. These teams were only stripped of their most recent wins. They probably could have had a more realistic sentence, but I really loved this movie anyway.


Reviewer 10:
If you are looking for a super intense thriller like the past John Grisham based films. This film is not for you. But if you are looking for a great little family film to watch with your little sluggers– this is the perfect film for you.

MICKEY is a sweet and honest story of redemption centered around little league baseball. Harry Connick Jr. does a great job playing. Tripp Spence, who flees with his son, and assumes a new identity, after being indicted for tax fraud. Although his son Mickey is technically too old for Little League baseball, their invented lives allow for him to play another year. Mickey’s superb performance draws attention to the team, bringing with it the possibility that law enforcement agents will find Spence. Spence and his son must therefore contend with the consequences of their cheating and learn a valuable life lesson.

MICKEY is a wonderful family-friendly film that reinforces the concept of fairness and taking responsibility for your actions both sports and within the rest of your life. MICKEY is chalk full of high energy little-league baseball action and delivers a powerful and positive message. It’s perfect for a pizza night at home with the kids or even a rained out sporting event.

Enjoy!!


Reviewer 11:
“Mickey” a very strong feel good heartwarming movie that got away. This movie is currently in limited release. It is about a father who just wishes his son could make it to “The Little League World Series.” There is just one problem, The IRS is looking for the father who is suffering in debt, and Mickey is to old to play in Little League. Solution move away, and change your identity.The movie starts out a little too fast, and things are thrown together really fast, but be patient it’s worth your time. This movie is currently in the middle Tennesse area. If it’s not in theaters in your area rent this movie in your spare time. My take on the movies a very strong 8/10 !!!!!!!!!!!!!


 

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Release Date:
April 3, 2015

Runtime:
120 minutes
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Budget:
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Country:
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Rating:
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Based on the book “Walt Before Mickey” covers the early years of Walt Disney’s career. The legendary Walt Disney had a tumultuous childhood, yet he was determined to overcome obstacles in his path, before the creation of his first iconic character: Mickey Mouse.

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Not to put too fine a point on it- this is one of the worst movies I’ve seen in a very long time.

I wish I could get back the $ I spent to watch this on OnDemand. The acting is painful, the pacing is leaden, and the dialogue reminds one of that written for the sixth grade Christmas play. I dozed off several times and didn’t even miss anything.

About the only praise I can come up with is that the cast are pretty much all really good looking. And the guys who play the supporting team of animators in the early incarnation of the Disney studios work very hard and almost succeed in making their scenes compelling. But it’s not enough to overcome either the uninspired earnestness of the guy playing Walt Disney, or the atrocious dialogue. Every scene drags. Every. Scene. It very much screamed ‘inexperienced director’.

There is a good story lurking underneath here. But it’s not told in this particular film. It’s especially egregious that they gloss over the fundamental dishonesty of a man who lies to and manipulates his employees to keep them churning out work, with the goal of achieving his own dream. It’s not an admirable thing to steal work from an employee- particularly when it’s being made clear that those employees are suffering as a result. A skilled filmmaker could have drawn drama out of this scenario; a lot could have been made of the irony of a man trampling all before him to bring the world… Mickey Mouse.

Hopefully, this story will someday get the treatment it deserves. It does not get it here. Which is unfortunate, because apparently most of those involved in this project were also the ones bankrolling it, and they all seem like nice people.


Reviewer 2:

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“Walt Before Mickey” (2015 release; 110 min.) is a look at Walt Disney’s early years, in particular the decade between 1919 and 1929. As the movie opens, we see a 7 yr. old Walt in rural Missouri, with a stern father. As a 13 yr. old, Walt officially becomes interested in animation, and we swiftly move on to 1919, when Walt moves to Kansas City and starts his first company “Laugh-O-Gram”. At this point we are 15 min. into the movie, but to tell you more would spoil your viewing experience, you’ll just have to see for yourself how it all plays out.

Couple of comments: first, this is the movie adaptation of the book of the same name by Timothy Susanin (and a foreword by Diane Disney Miller). I have not read the book and so cannot comment how closely the movie sticks to the book (I’m guessing, very closely). I don’t want to overstate this, but at the same time don’t want to not mention it, namely that this movie comes with the official Disney stamp of approval. That could be a good thing, although the downside of this is that there isn’t the slightest negative thing about Walt Disney in this movie. I mean, to accept this movie as 100% true, Walt Disney had to have been a living saint. It even goes so far that at the end of the movie, when we are informed what would become of many of the characters featured in this,, it states “Walt never held a grudge against Charles Mintz”. (You need to see the movie to fully understand how badly Mintz treated Disney…) As to the acting performances, I felt many of them were quite ‘wooden’, you can tell they are literally ‘acting’. Thomas Ian Nicholas (best known from the American Pie franchise) tries to make the most of it, but even he cannot save the movie. Bottom line, I was disappointed with the second rate quality and overall feel of the movie, like this was a TV Movie of the Week, directed by a first time feature-length director (in this case: Khoa Le). Is there a great story to be told? Absolutely! But it won’t be found in this movie, unfortunately.

The movie opened this past weekend and the matinée screening where I saw this at was attended very nicely, somewhat to my surprise, since this movie has not gotten much of an advertising push or anything. Seems that people really do want to find out more about the early life of the American icon that is Walt Disney. Surely Walt deserved a better movie than this. “Walt Before Mickey” is strictly for Disney fans, and even then, viewer beware!


Reviewer 3:
This is my very first IMDb review. I was compelled to write, as this film is simply THAT bad.

This is a cheesy, cheap, made-for-TV style travesty with all the depth of a teaspoon. The script is weak, the dialogue stilted and cringe-worthy, and the acting is quite simply pitiful. But the worst thing about this film is the pathetically awful directing. A glance at Khoa Le’s bio tells you everything you need to know. A director with absolutely no skill or experience who’s greatest talent seems to be talking himself up.

Walt Disney, the man himself, is a subject that is ripe for the picking – compelling, universally appealing, easily marketable. No one but the most dyed-in-the-wool deluded Disney fanatic could believe this version of his story is all there is to tell. This paltry product barely even begins to pick off the obvious scabs of the man’s early life. Any other half-witted music video producer masquerading as a feature film director could have done so much more with this material and cast.

The most intriguing and surprising thing about this, is that it got past the Disney legal team.


Reviewer 4:
Walt Disney is one of the biggest enigmas ever bestowed upon cinema. Many know his name, but few know his personal story or his personal struggle to get to be the renowned, billion dollar entity that he is currently seen as today. Because of that, “Walt Before Mickey” is an ideal biopic, telling us the story of Walt Disney well before Mickey Mouse was even a thought in his mind. Presumably, it’d be a film that would not only demystify a man, but an empire, and give us a more intimate glimpse at someone who has been ritualistically accepted the unmatched soul of animated creativity.

“Woulda, coulda, shoulda,” is the moral of “Walt Before Mickey,” which, other than one strong thematic point it chooses to emphasize quite regularly, is an overwrought and cheesy biopic, brimful of oversimplifications and embellished emotions. Walt Disney is played by Thomas Ian Nicholas of “American Pie” fame, an actor with a lot of attractiveness, but no discernible soul or personality he’s willing to etch into the role. The film concerns Walt Disney’s humble beginnings as a local farm boy, strictly dictated by his father and misunderstood by his whole family. Ever since his youth, he has dreamt of being a cartoonist, to the point where he has drawn random, animated animals on the walls of his father’s barn in order to fulfill his desires for creative expression.

“Walt Before Mickey” focuses on Walt’s struggle to prove himself a gifted animator in a money driven world, as well as his fight the restrictive and debilitating copyright laws that allow studios to own the rights of the animators’ work without any question. Such fundamental ideas would be instrumental to a great film if Khoa Le’s project wasn’t more intent on inciting an emotional response than it was one would that would impact its audience on a level they’d remember in the long term.

The problem with “Walt Before Mickey” is it chooses to embellish its subjects in an emotionally manipulative sense, or one that sacrifices their humanity in favor of cheap pathos. As a result, the film suffers from not only being a believable project, but one that has any other intention aside from capitalizing off of the recognizable qualities and the enigma behind Walt Disney’s name.

Le and screenwriters Arther L. Bernstein and Armando Gutierrez do capitalize on Walt’s intention to be entirely full of integrity and good will, never making him out to be an entirely greedy soul nor one concerned with immediate monetary compensation. In fact, it’s quite admirable how Bernstein and Gutierrez take Walt’s story and emphasize fundamental elements about an artist staying true to himself and the repeated failures many will have to go through in order to obtain noteworthy, if any, success. Most of this compelling subtext, however, is undercut, by the film’s need to emphasize every emotional occurrence in the film in a boisterous and overwrought manner that does nothing for the film as a whole aside from bring down its thematic credibility.

“Walt Before Disney,” through its directorial and narrative woodenness that would make contemporary independent Christian cinema seem like believable fare in the modern day, makes soap operas pragmatic in the kind of drama and incredulous circumstances most of them conjure up. It’s a film intent on embellishing every emotional circumstance and not thinking twice about constructing a scene that isn’t built off of dimestore pathos nor incredulous circumstances. It’s one of the year’s most glaring missed opportunities, as it turns a story of incredible significance into a cheap and forgettable trite in an independent film that bites off far more than it can chew.


Reviewer 6:
A wretched waste of time. Life is short, do not spend time that you will never get back watching this… experiment. Character portraying Walt Disney is miscast. By all accounts, Mr. Disney was more serious-minded and more self effacing than the man we see in this film. Mr. Disney first drew a mouse while he was in the trenches, serving in World War I. This insipid movie had him befriending a mouse while down-and-out and dumpster diving. Worst of all, the man presented to viewers as Walt Disney in this movie is an unfocused goof-ball- nothing at all like the real man who was more like the Bill Gates of his time- very focused and hard working.


Reviewer 7:
Don’t let the preface of this movie deceive you.

The director must have smoked some of that extra special, because he’s on some next level garbage. No thumbs up; this makes me wish I was a leper. Kindergarten school play acting fools. Thomas Nicholas needs to stick to that satirical American Pie type ‘ish for real. Walt doing triple back flips in his grave, or wait this dude was frozen right? He probably got shook and shattered that cryogenic chamber just to show the back of his Pedo hand to the directors like “SURPRISE DIANE”.

Do your self a favor and spend that hour and forty minutes with Donald Trumps wife so she can tell you stories about their sex life, because that’s honestly probably less painful to take in. Imagine if Rosie O’Donald and Mr. Trump both had a sex reassignment surgery and switched parts then made a dominatrix tape that was leaked by Anonymous world wide like some U2 iTunes scam… still not as horrible as this movie. LOL it would probably be called “The Rosie O’Donald Trump Chronicles”.


Reviewer 8:
We watched this after returning from a Disney World vacation, still not quite ready to put our recent trip in the rear view mirror, and turned it off about an hour into the film. It’s a terrible movie. The acting is atrocious, so bad that I wondered several times how the director approved a scene for the final cut. The thing is that I didn’t think the cast was that bad, there are a few decent names in here. Everyone was just awful though, clear that they were only in it for a paycheck.

What’s more is that the story was told in a way that’s so boring and bland, nothing is interesting. This is a movie that should have been played on Lifetime, and even that may be giving it a little too much credit.

Don’t believe the 4.5/5 star rating it gets on Netflix like I did – this movie stinks.


Reviewer 9:
I actually had to stop watching half way through because the film was so painful to watch. I think my biggest mistake was watching “Saving Mr Banks” the night before watching this film. Walt Before Micky certainly tried to recapture the magic so easily conveyed in Saving Me Banks yet failed miserably. Not only were the portrayals of these real people wildly inaccurate, the acting was completely wooden. Everything about the script, direction and acting screamed inexperience and was reminiscent of a school production. I am very disappointed as this could have been a charming film in much the same way Saving Mr Banks made the history of Disney come alive, alas this time around it failed miserably; hopefully one day a remake will do this story justice!


Reviewer 10:
With the Hollywood machine pounding out flesh-eating, filthy, violent, promiscuous stories by the hundreds each year, it’s refreshing when anyone comes along and is willing to take on a “politically incorrect” story about ordinary human beings. Walt was not a super-hero, and this earlier look at his life gives us plenty of thoughtful insight into his character (flaws included), and his tough beginnings. If we want, we can tear apart the acting, the writing, the filming. But I don’t want to do that. Here’s the simple fact. If a movie doesn’t have gore and sex a-plenty, then the big studios will NOT even look at it. With the exception of course of the “art” films that toe the Hollywood line of bull, and satisfy the Academy’s lust for twisted entertainment.

Sorry, but I like the story. And as a professional musician, I say this. People might like it if they actually shut off their “fast- paced critical mindset” and tried to open their minds up to the fact that not everyone has to buy into what’s currently worshiped by the “sheople” in the crowds. That’s how music is. I don’t have to like every sound in the performance to love the song. Sometimes the song is enough.

In this case, I’d recommend this to any family, any adults, anyone younger, as a true look at an influential man’s beginnings, and how he got his start bringing joy to others.


Reviewer 11:
When I first saw the trailer for this film, I was overjoyed. I love comics, animation and history, so this seemed like a film I would enjoy very much. Today Walt Disney is an icon for animation, his legacy is to inspire animators and cartoon lovers (I’m not speaking of today’s Disney Corporate, though…).

First red flag came to me when I saw the movie title in Netflix. But I thought oh well, at least I don’t have to pay separately for my movie ticket or anything and that’s cool. I’ve found many good & recent movies in Netflix, so I didn’t quite expect what I was down for.

I nearly shot my cola out through my nose when I saw the first credits. They looked like someone had JUST found out the “Scetch” filter in Photoshop. I quickly started to feel like I was watching a bad biography from the nineties. But again, I assured myself, that many great movies have pulled it together with a small budget.

But I was about to learn a hard lesson here. Acting? Mediocre. Script? Horrible. Music? Constant piano playing that makes you want to pull your hair out one by one. Story flow? Like many car crashed put together. The ending? “Ohhhh man. Did I just waste two hours on THIS?” The only even mildly interesting stuff happens in the first 30 minutes of the film and after that it’s just a pain to watch.

I’m truly sorry for the actors, the director and the screen writer. I don’t know who hurt you, but please don’t ever do another movie together again.