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(TampaBay.com (St. Petersburg Tim)   Review for "The Incredible Burt Wonderstone": Now you see it, soon you won't   (tampabay.com) divider line 2
    More: Amusing, Burt Wonderstone, Alan Arkin, Criss Angel, Steve Carell, David Blaine, sleight of hands, Jim Carrey, Steve Buscemi  
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2013-03-13 05:02:34 PM
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Richard_The_Clown: Uh... no. No magician in history has ever said that until "The Prestige" had come out. That whole bit was written by Pike for the book. He even acknowledged that in interviews when the movie version came out. But it is a good line and it would seem plausible.


thats why in the sentence immediatly preceeding it "As a better movie taught us before, a magic trick has three stages, two of which The Incredible Burt Wonderstone executes well." The better movie he was alluding to was, i would imagine, is "The Prestige"
2013-03-13 08:14:54 AM
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You know, reading that review, it's like most movies that seem to start slow and then finish fantasically.  It doesn't read as 'bad' to me.
 
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