Now You See Me 2 has been released on Indian screens with mixed reviews and response from viewers. The four horsemen are back in this action-packed sequel. The magic thriller released along with finding Dory. It is directed by Jon M. Chu and written by Ed Solomon.
It is a fast paced thriller and will surely entertain you with its unexpected twists & turns. The story keeps the viewers guessing till the very end. Its a sequel worth watching and even if you haven’t watch its first part then also its a good watch.
The story couldn’t attract much audience as its predecessor although the performances of the leads are good. The illusions and mind blowing tricks will definitely baffle your mind and its the major highlight of the flick. A decent story and a fabulous cast does the trick for this movie.
Rotten Tomatoes rated the movie a 35% based on 109 reviews and average rating of 4.9/10. Site Metacritic score is a 48 out of 100 and audiences polled by CinemaScore gave average grade of “A–” on an A+ to F scale.
The Four Horsemen find themselves in trouble in Macau, China when a tech wizard forces the magicians to steal a chip that can supposedly control all of the world’s computers. Their only hope is to perform one last unprecedented stunt to clear their names and reveal the mastermind behind it all.
— AJ (@Fraud_Mallu) June 16, 2016
I expect more magic tricks in #NowYouSeeMe2. Overall it was a good movie
— Eyaaaa (@senoritaEYA) June 17, 2016
#NowYouSeeMe2 – Must watch! 8.5/10
Matches the experience of the first film. Can’t out do the first one but still certainly worth watching.
— Jagmeet ਜਗਮੀਤ (@jagmeet_93) June 17, 2016
After the hit first installment made in 2013, the makers came up with its sequel. Now when the sequel has hit the screens today, the makers have announced Now You See Me 3.
Cast: Jesse Eisenberg, Mark Ruffalo, Dave Franco, Woody Harrelson, Daniel Radcliffe, Lizzy Caplan and Morgan Freeman among others
The film already released in North America opened on June 10 to mixed reviews but managed to earn over $51 million. The film already released in North America has grossed $23 million and $22.8 million collecting $45.8 million worldwide. In United States and Canada jointly, it collected $23–26 million from 3,232 theaters in its opening weekend.