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Topic - Boaz Yakin
The high-concept idea that powers “Now You See Me” — four magicians team up to rob banks during performances and distribute the money to the audience — belongs in the pantheon of too clever movie-premise elevator pitches. The actual movie, on the other hand, is not nearly clever enough.
"Safe" offers yet another reminder that Jason Statham's brutal filmography has become a genre unto itself: the Jason Statham movie. At this point, the brawny star owns the entire lower-middle swath of the action movie marketplace.