Woody Harrelson in a scene from "Now You See Me 2."
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The magician heist movie "Now You See Me 2" disappears with not a poof, but in a hyper-kinetic blur of hectic plot mechanics, ceaselessly nattering characters and so many ploys of misdirection that the film's own direction got lost up someone's sleeve long ago.The others are Harrelson's hypnotist, Dave Franco's street magician and a new addition played by Lizzy Caplan, whose sarcastic flare steals the movie.When not trying to one-up each other's tricks, the Horsemen perform feats of illusion that unmask real corruption.It's hard to dislike a movie that adds a curly-haired evil twin for Woody Harrelson.Magic always feels a little redundant in the movies. By itself, cinema is a grand magic act that only gives away its tricks on DVD – in director commentaries.
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