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Certification15 Our Rating

Whether it be convincing a medical student to drive a needle through his own flesh, winning at will at a London casino, fooling pole dancers into thinking he has touched them or making a bookie pay out on losing bets. Brown is a master of the power of perception, influence and subliminal suggestion. Hypnotic…and slightly creepy. find out more...

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If your willing he’s able, if you’re arrogant enough to believe he can’t, he will. Derren Brown is consummate at what he does, and though very few of us have any idea ‘what’ that is exactly, there is no denying the hypnotic quality of his elaborate mind games; like a very clever head f*!k version of ‘you’ve been framed’. Stephen Fry and Martin Kemp, amongst others, make the classic egotists mistake of volunteering to be messed with by the ‘man’. find out more...

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Harry and Karl used to be best friends and the most successful magic double act in the country, but as we all know it only takes one unfortunate guillotine mishap to turn your world upside down. Broke, desperate and no longer the best of buddies, Karl and Harry find themselves competing against each other in the International Magic Shield tournament. What can go wrong? What can't go wrong? Will they kiss and make up, or will the daggers come out? From the Duo that brought us Peep Show, Magicians find out more...

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Four talented magicians mesmerise an international audience with a series of bold and original heists, all the while pursuing a hidden agenda that has the FBI and Interpol scrambling to anticipate their next move. Even a great cast and some super slick packaging can’t detract from the simple, vacuous nature of ‘Now You See Me’.

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(Fictitious) ambitious Austro-Hungarian Crown Prince Leopold is politically advantageously engaged to beautiful Hungarian aristocrat Sophie, but her heart is set on an old teenage flame, the illusionist Eisenheim. The story is seen through the eyes of Leopold's protegee police inspector Uhl, whose surveillance duties include 'protecting' Sophie. Telling you too much of the intriguing plot would spoil the story but trust me - it's very good. Clues are discreetly there, the characters developed, t find out more...

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The Illusionist is one of a dying breed of stage entertainers. With emerging rock stars stealing his thunder in the late 1950s, he is forced to accept increasingly obscure assignments in fringe theatres, at garden parties and in bars and cafés. However, whilst performing in a village pub off the west coast of Scotland, he encounters Alice, an innocent young girl, who will change his life forever. It's a love letter for Sophie Tatischeff, the daughter of Jacques Tati. Hidden away in an archive find out more...

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Set against the backdrop of turn-of-the-century London two gifted young magicians competitive relationship descends into a bitter rivalry that will haunt them for the rest of their lives, their mutual loathing and jealousy in danger of destroying not just themselves but everyone around them. Prestige is, though at heart a drama, so tightly bound it puts many a conventional thriller to shame, and marks yet another intelligent, populist tour de force from ‘Memento' Christopher Nolan. And if you li find out more...
TRANCE (2013)

Certification15 Our Rating