Watch Now You See Me 2 (2016) for free online

Watch Now You See Me 2 (2016) for free online

Release Date:
June 9, 2016

Runtime:
115 minutes
categories:

Action Comedy Thriller
– Action
– Comedy
– Thriller

Production:
– Summit Entertainment
– Lionsgate

Language:
– English

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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REVIEWS:

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.

— Rama’s Screen —


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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