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Focus

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A con artist decides to employ the services of a lady under his wings and what was supposed to be business, interestingly turns out to be romantic.
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Scroll.in
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June 21, 2016

Smith and Robbie gamely try to get it on, but Jack Foley and Karen Cisco they are not.
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National Newspaper Publishers Association
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March 07, 2017

Focus is a bit too slick, but engaging nonetheless.
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Grantland
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February 27, 2015

[For Smith,] Focus isn't a full return to brilliance but a welcome stop, hopefully, on the way there.
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Denver Post
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February 27, 2015

It's a shiny, diverting ride. (And right about now, that's OK.)
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Film Inquiry
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May 11, 2017

In Focus, Will Smith's suave con artist Nicky Spurgeon tells his protégé/part-time lover Jess Barrett (Margot Robbie) his version of the done-to-death cliché: there are two types of people, hammers and nails.
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The Atlantic
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December 31, 2015

If it's so easy to guess what women want, why is this movie so utterly devoid of any of it?
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Washington Free Beacon
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July 14, 2016

The best thing about Focus, as with any successful caper flick, is that you are never quite certain when the con is on and when it's off.
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Us Weekly
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February 27, 2015

Perhaps the film's greatest trick is the one that happens offscreen: Hours after the end credits roll, it will completely disappear from your mind.
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The Coast (Halifax, Nova Scotia)
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July 13, 2016

It's one of those movies where everything turns out to be a con so you never have to think about which thing is a con, meaning you can sit back and enjoy an OK-enough comedy about a May-December relationship built on a foundation of gambling and thievery.
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New Yorker
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March 02, 2015

That sound you hear is the high-fives in the writers' room, and that, unfortunately, is where the filmmakers' focus remains.
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Christian Science Monitor
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February 27, 2015

This is the kind of movie where we're not supposed to know at any time who is playing whom, but since the characterizations are glossy and paper-thin, it's difficult to get worked up about who gets fleeced.
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