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Hugh Jackman, Christian Bale, Michael Caine and Scarlett Johansson are pure magic in THE PRESTIGE on Blu-ray Disc. Dubbed "wildly entertaining" by Rolling Stone, this riveting tale is more astounding than ever in this dazzling new format. Two young, passionate magicians are friends and partners until one fateful night when their biggest trick goes terribly wrong. Now the bitterest of enemies, they will stop at nothing -- including deceit and sabotage -- to learn each other's secrets. Experience their obsessive rivalry in eye-popping 1080p and resounding 5.1 48 kHz, 24-bit uncompressed audio. But remember, nothing is what it seems, so be prepared to watch over and over again as Blu-ray High Definition teases and tantalizes your senses!
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Even as you think you're understanding each part you'll suddenly start questioning your understand of all three parts. And you'll be entertained by the confusion! (I know this makes no sense. Watch the movie and it will.)
I'm not going to go into details. I'm not going to spoil anything. But I will tell you that the entire movie is wonderfully entertaining. And it will keep you thinking the entire time, trying to figure out what's going on. It's very confusing, but not in a "poorly told story" way. It's confusing on purpose, just like a magic show it. The entire film about two magicians and their magic shows is one misdirection after another. Just like an actual magic show is.
The whole thing is so well done.
It's extremely well acted. It's a great story. The set design and costuming is incredibly well done. All of this makes it a very immersive experience.
I don't know how this movie slipped largely under the radar because its really good.
Plus, how often do you get to see Alfred help Wolverine fight against Batman?
The video/sound quality of the HD instant video is clear and indistinguishable from the Blu-ray, with the only criticism being the inability to select or skip ahead (or review) "chapters" within the film as you can using Blu-ray or some other streaming services. This makes jumping ahead to a favorite scene a bit annoying and time consuming, but otherwise no complaints - particularly because the cost of owning this video on the cloud is a better value than some competing streaming services.