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The Prestige

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Staged in the late 80's the mystery thriller follows an accident that propelled two stage magicians to enter into an ultimate contest.
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CRITICS OF "The Prestige"
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Beyond Hollywood
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April 17, 2008

"The Prestige" is a cinematic trick, nothing more, and the deadpan seriousness is part of the effect, and not an end in itself.
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CinePassion
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August 28, 2009

Risible inanity
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Time Out
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February 03, 2007

The who's-bilking-whom mind games make for compelling fun, but once the presto moment of The Prestige is revealed, you're left with nothing but shattered illusions.
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BrandonFibbs.com
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February 28, 2008

In a movie about people who make their livings on misdirection, The Prestige utterly forgets to employ its own.
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Time Out
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November 09, 2006

Not only does it tell you how it's all done, it takes so long about it that you've got time to look up its sleeves and work it out for yourself.
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Film and Felt
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September 19, 2009

Until an inexplicably awful revelation at the end, The Prestige is a taut, exciting portrait of obsession and the dark competitive spirit of professional magicians.
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NPR.org
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October 18, 2008

The film is never less than engaging, though considering that the title The Prestige refers to the moment in a magic act that gives it its "wow" factor, it's kind of a shame that the ultimate "reveal" in the movie is a little too tricky for its own good.
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Boston Phoenix
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April 23, 2009

Although the slowish pacing early on over-indicates how both magicians' marquee misdirection (a disappearing act) will be achieved, The Prestige still manages a neat trick of its own.
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Ebert & Roeper

October 25, 2006

Jackman and Bale give standout performances as rivals whose mutual obsession destroys all sense of perspective and ruins lives.
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Hollywood.com
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November 20, 2008

Show me a director better suited for a movie about magic than Christopher Nolan and I'll show you... a magician?
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Chicago Sun-Times
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September 07, 2007

It's quite a movie -- atmospheric, obsessive, almost satanic.
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New York Observer

October 25, 2006

The film is lavishly mounted, set-wise, costume-wise, makeup-wise and special-effects-wise. But the magicians themselves are cold and devious, and the chill permeates the whole film.
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