Now You See Me

Now You See Me

Director: Louis Leterrier Cast: Jesse Eisenberg, Mark Ruffalo, Woody Harrelson
3.8 4

Blu-ray (Bonus DVD)

$13.20 $14.99 Save 12% Current price is $13.2, Original price is $14.99. You Save 12%.
View All Available Formats & Editions
Eligible for FREE SHIPPING
  • Get it by Thursday, October 26 , Order now and choose Expedited Delivery during checkout.

Overview

Now You See Me

A team of talented illusionists called "The Four Horsemen" (played by Jesse Eisenberg, Woody Harrelson, Isla Fisher, and Dave Franco) are investigated by a resolute FBI agent (Mark Ruffalo) following a series of brazen heists that leave their audiences swimming in cash while draining the bulging bank accounts of unscrupulous business leaders. Morgan Freeman, Michael Caine, and Mélanie Laurent co-star in this sleight-of-hand thriller directed by Clash of the Titans' Louis Leterrier.

Product Details

Release Date: 09/03/2013
UPC: 0025192206061
Original Release: 2013
Rating: PG-13
Source: Summit Inc/Lionsgate
Region Code: 1A
Sales rank: 18,268

Special Features

cc Audio commentary by producer Bobby Cohen and director Louis Leterrier - theatrical version only "Now You See Me Revealed" featurette "A Brief History Of Magic" featurette-Blu-ray only Deleted scenes-Blu-ray only

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Jesse Eisenberg J. Daniel Atlas
Mark Ruffalo Dylan Rhodes
Woody Harrelson Merritt McKinney
Mélanie Laurent Alma Dray
Isla Fisher Henley Reeves
Dave Franco Jack Wilder
Common Evans
Michael Caine Arthur Tressler
Morgan Freeman Thaddeus Bradley
Michael Kelly Agent Fuller
David Warshofsky Cowan
José Garcia Etienne Forcier
Jessica C. Lindsey Hermia
Caitriona Balfe Jasmine Tressler
Stephanie Honoré Atlas Groupie
Stanley Wong MGM Grand Usher
Laura Cayouette Hypnotized Women
Douglas M. Griffin Hypnotized Man
Adam Shapiro Jack's Pick-Pocket Victim
J. Larose Willy Mears
Justine Wachsberger Paris Bank Manager
Christian Gazio Armored Truck Driver
Benoit Cransac Armored Truck Guard
Samantha Beaulieu Mobile Command Tech Agent
Odessa Sykes Josepha Hickey
Shannon Maris Dina Robertson
Nicki Daniels Savoy Audience Member
Wendy Miklovic Dylan's Tackler
Brad Abrell Announcer
Randi Rousseau New Orleans TV Reporter
Hunter Burke Sazerac Bartender
Brian Tucker FBI Agent Baskin
Teddy Canez FBI Lead Ground Agent
Joe Chrest Elkhorn Janitor Agent
Kerry Cahill Elkhorn Agent
Diego Miro Dylan (12 Yrs Old)
Adella Gauthier Marie Claire
Han Soto Mobile Command Leader
Jaren Mitchell Henley's Frat Boy #1
Scott Shilstone Henley's Frat Boy #2
Zac Waggener Henley's Frat Boy #3
Caleb Michaelson Henley's Frat Boy #4
Anthony Molinari FBI Truck Driver
Griff Furst Stethoscope Agent
Katheryn Swann FBI Investigator #1
Kevin Roy FBI Investigator #2
Kenneth Herrington FBI Investigator #3
Andy Ryan Tressler Bodyguard #1
Erik Blake Tressler Bodyguard #2
Tarek Isham Singer/Musician #1
Alynda Segarra Singer/Musician #2
Cathrine Cavazos Singer/Musician #3
Sam Doores Singer/Musician #4
Catherine Poon Chinese Tenant
Michael Hartson Lead Officer 5 Pointz

Technical Credits
Louis Leterrier Director
Mitchell Amundsen Cinematographer
Steve Boeddeker Sound/Sound Designer
Joe Camp Asst. Director
Bobby Cohen Producer
Carmen Cuba Casting
Jenny Eagan Costumes/Costume Designer
Larry Fong Cinematographer
Industrial Light & Magic Animator
Mayumi Konishi-Valentine Set Decoration/Design
Alex Kurtzman Producer
Robert Leighton Editor
Meagan McLaughlin Costumes/Costume Designer
Danny Michael Sound Mixer
Roberto Orci Producer
Scott Plauche Art Director
Edward Ricourt Original Story,Screenwriter
Michael Schaefer Executive Producer
Ed Solomon Screenwriter
Julia Spiro Associate Producer
Vincent Tabaillon Editor
Brian Tucker Associate Producer
Brian Tyler Score Composer
Trinh Vu Set Decoration/Design
Peter Wenham Production Designer
Stan Wlodkowski Executive Producer
Boaz Yakin Executive Producer,Original Story,Screenwriter

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Now You See Me
1. Chapter 1 [7:40]
2. Chapter 2 [6:10]
3. Chapter 3 [7:40]
4. Chapter 4 [9:55]
5. Chapter 5 [7:21]
6. Chapter 6 [6:42]
7. Chapter 7 [8:40]
8. Chapter 8 [8:14]
9. Chapter 9 [7:21]
10. Chapter 10 [5:52]
11. Chapter 11 [6:29]
12. Chapter 12 [5:13]
13. Chapter 13 [6:21]
14. Chapter 14 [7:10]
15. Chapter 15 [7:40]
16. Chapter 16 [4:47]

Customer Reviews

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

See All Customer Reviews

Now You See Me 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
SleepDreamWrite More than 1 year ago
What I like about this is the cast. They make the movie watchable. It does have its good moments.
xxxRunawayEmoxxx More than 1 year ago
Best movie EVER!!! After I saw this movie, all I could think was "I can't wait to see the sequel." SEQUEL IS COMING!!!!!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
What a delightful, entertaining movie from start to finish! If you plan to watch, I suggest you do yourself a favor and read as little about this movie as possible. You'll enjoy the imaginative script, entertaining acting and the magic shows much better. I will say a few things about the movie that won't ruin anyone's surprise. It is my intention not to oversell it, but enthusiastically recommend it. The fun, imaginative, well thought out story was written by Edward Ricourt and developed for the screen by Mr. Ricourt and Boaz Yaki. It is a light-hearted, multi-layered story with a beautiful platonic relationship. There is a romance, but it does not distract from the story, but helps move it forward. The acting ensemble is great. It is especially wonderful to see Mark Ruffalo in a leading role. Isla Fisher gives a confident, enthusiastic, powerful and sexy performance without being butch or sleezy, a refreshing change from most leading role actresses who are too skinny, flaunt their sexuality and are robotic and stunted in their performances.
Nadina85 More than 1 year ago
I love movies that use real-life magic as a premise, movies like The Illusionist and The Prestige, so when I first saw the trailer for Now You See Me, it quickly became one of my most anticipated movies of the year. And much to my disappointment, it has now become one of the biggest letdowns of the year.This movie has an all-star cast (Woody Harrelson, Isla Fisher, Jesse Eisenberg, Morgan Freeman, Michael Cain & Dave Franco), intriguing premise and SO much potential. So where did it go wrong? Poor character development, a shoddy script and too much time focusing on befuddling the viewer, for starters. It very much reminded me of The Gangster Squad with it's lack of intellectual integrity and try-too-hard attitude. They turn Agent Rhodes (Ruffalo) into a total buffoon which makes the whole cat and mouse thing a bust. If you're going to use that angle, the opposing forces need to be equally matched, drawing out the suspense. Such was not the case here. And then you expect to see this group of talented actors shine, instead, it's like attempting to pull too many rabbits out of the hat. It's just a bunch of terrific actors who are totally restricted and undervalued. The draw of the film, The Horsemen, are given less screen time than expected and they're really the ones you want to see.Now You See Me promises many things to the viewer but it never delivers upon those promises. It's not cerebrally challenging the way a magic movie should be. The twists and reversals weren't surprising and were completely unbelievable. You didn't see them coming, not because of skillful misdirection as was often implied, but rather because the explanations were crooked and expedient. Especially, near the end as we backtrack through the movie's big events, the reveals are less-than-convincing than if you were to simply believe in real magic. I'll take fantasy over the contrived solutions in this movie. Now You See Me, like most magic, is all smoke and mirrors with no real substance hiding behind the curtain. Basically, it's just one big turd.Now You See Me is a mix of Robin Hood meets The Prestige---only not quite so good. Sure, it's got all the misdirection that a magic movie should have, but much like bad magic, there's no integrity. Flashy, full of bells and whistles and big personalities, this movie has so much potential. Unfortunately, it completely fails in the execution, rendering it one of my biggest disappointments this year. If you want magic then you should watch The Prestige instead.