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Very interesting movie - unique storyline and well acted; good casting, costumes, etc.
This was a visually beautiful period piece, with real sets combined with sepia-tinted film to give it the quality of an old movie.
I don't want to give anything away, so I will just say that it is a very good movie with interesting twists and turns.
A fun and surprising movie. Great story with a first rate acting A must see.Published 2 days ago by Dale
My personal favorite Ed Norton film. It made more sense than Fight Club and what girl doesn't like romance.Published 6 days ago by Betsie T
Liked it...might be closer to 3.5 star review nonetheless its a pretty good watch with a nice twist.Published 7 days ago by Steve Reno the Engineer
One of the best films ever. Great acting, very good story, excellent direction, brilliant camera work and editing along with the beauty of some very good actors. Read morePublished 7 days ago by R. Callicotte
Edward Norton's understated delivery adds to the fine storyline provided in this effort!
Another movie that I was motivated to by based upon "one" viewing on... Read more
Creative, tricky plots within the plot. Pay attention or you will miss something. Excellent adventure. See it again to see what you missed the first time. FUN. Great Job.Published 14 days ago by Dove of Eden Valley
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I disagree that that is the point of the movie.
In fact, in his audio commentary on the DVD, director Neil Burger repeatedly emphasizes that Eisenheim's magic tricks, while based on real magic tricks of the period, are supposed leave the audience wondering whether its all a trick, or whether... Read More
Jul 16, 2007 by Gwinna | See all 3 posts
|The Prestige or The Illusionist?||
You are quite correct. I also saw and enjoyed both movies, but remember The Prestige worked with much larger budget, and greater studio backing.
Jan 15, 2007 by Dale Smith | See all 12 posts
Nope. No subtitles at all, which I found frustrating. Although I understand English fairly well, I may want to watch this film with my folks who absolutely need the Spanish subtitles. So disappointing.
Dec 20, 2010 by Freshy Fresh | See all 4 posts
J.P., The Illusionist is now available on Blu-ray Disc. I just ordered my copy. I had to go page by page until I found it, because if you just type in the title in amazon's browser, it won't come-up. Numerically, it can be found in the 900's.
Good luck with your search!
Oct 21, 2008 by Albert J. Gomez | See all 3 posts
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