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To talk more about the movie's layers is to risk giving away too much. I'll say only that this film confirms Nolan's status as the director whose work I look forward to more than any other. Read full review
Nolan directs the film exactly like a great trick, so you want to see it again the second it's over. I'd call that wicked clever. Read full review
The film's prestige is a doozy, both dazzling and preposterous, but if you're watching closely -- as Cutter advises in the film's first few minutes -- it's flawlessly set up. Read full review
A visually stunning, startlingly clever sleight of hand that will have audiences pondering well after the lights go up. Read full review
The Prestige isn't art, but it reaps a lot of fun out of the question, How did they do that? Read full review
It's like "The Illusionist" crossed with a really hard Sudoku. Read full review
By describing the structure of a great trick in a movie about a great trick, The Prestige makes a promise it can't keep. Its third act is about as convincing as a photo of a cow jumping over the moon. Read full review
Jonathan and Christopher Nolan's adaptation of this novel by Christopher Priest offers three acts of exasperating muddle. Read full review
Audiences might enjoy this cinematic sleight of hand, but the key characters are such single-minded, calculating individuals that the real magic would be to find any heart in this tale. Read full review
Thus, we find ourselves watching an ice-cold movie about competition that contains not a shred of rooting interest. Read full review
go enjoy the trickery.
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