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Charlotte Observer - 9/10 by Lawrence ToppmanNow You See Me can’t quite claim to be the ideal crime drama – that would be “The Usual Suspects,” which justly won an Oscar for its script – but it’s only one level down.
The A.V. Club - 8/10 by A.A. DowdNow You See Me, which is essentially an "Ocean’s" movie recast with illusionists, demands a kind of childlike fascination with swindles, and a willingness to be hoodwinked along with the characters. Walk in with those expectations and it won’t be hard to see the appeal of this ludicrous but spirited caper, which has nearly as many rug-pulls as game movie stars.
Entertainment Weekly - 8/10 by Owen GleibermanAt times, Now You See Me suggests Christopher Nolan's "The Prestige" made with a throwaway wink.
ReelViews - 8/10 by James BerardinelliIt's a little along the same lines as "Ocean's 11" in what it achieves and, like that film, there's plenty of Oscar power among the actors - a combined 15 nominations, to be precise.
RogerEbert.com - 8/10 by Ignatiy VishnevetskyMuch of what makes Now You See Me so entertaining — in a gaudy, disposable, Vegas act sort of way — is its ever-escalating ridiculousness.
Tampa Bay Times - 8/10 by Steve PersallThis movie has everything up its sleeve and presto chango at its core, ending in defiance to the plot's established logic before viewers realize they've been had.
Film.com - 7/10 by William GossThe film itself is sly and smug in kind, fleetingly enjoyable for all of its old-school showmanship and high-tech hokiness.
The Playlist - 7/10 by Kevin JagernauthLeterrier's film is a reminder that sometimes a good yarn can do enough heavy lifting on its own to provide thrills. Whether or not the illusion pays off will be up to you, but the trick itself may be intriguing enough.
Portland Oregonian - 6/10 by Marc MohanAlthough the filmmakers reportedly worked with David Copperfield and other renowned real-life illusionists and tried to minimize the use of CGI, you're still left wondering how much of the magic is merely the kind Hollywood spits out by the terabyte.
Village Voice - 6/10 by Zachary WigonWhen functioning like a magic trick, this breathlessly entertaining picture delights in its showmanship, but the more entertaining the trickery, the tougher the explanation, and when the truth is revealed the answer can't help but fail to satisfy.

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