Now You See Me

Audio problem: Annoyed at Daniel, a fan storms out of his room, closing the door behind her. The sound of the door closing is heard before the door actually finishes closing.


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Audio problem: When Merritt tells the cheating husband to take out his wallet, a reverse angle is shown of him saying "Come on." His jaw is never shown moving an inch with the speech.


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Audio problem: When the Horsemen are walking through the corridors of apartment 6A, Jack says "Man, it's freezing in here" in the shot before entering the living room. When Jack says "Man", his lips don't move an inch.


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Audio problem: After Jack escapes the apartment in the car, Alma pulls up and yells at Dylan to never tell her to stay in the car. Dylan then replies "Fine! Now go!" In the reverse angle where Dylan says "Fine!" his jaw doesn't move. Theatrical version only.

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Audio problem: When the four Horsemen find the blueprints in the abandoned apartment, there is one shot panning around. During this shot, Henley says "It's a show", but her lips read something totally different.


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Audio problem: When Daniel and the fan burst into his room, making out, almost half of the dialogue doesn't match up with what they are saying.


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Thaddeus Bradley: How do you like your Horsemen, fricasseed or fried?
Arthur Tressler: Shredded!
Thaddeus Bradley: I'll tell the chef.



Each of the four magicians is given a card that reads "MARCH 29 - 4:44PM - 45 EAST EVAN ST. - NY." Yet when they enter the building on that date, they conveniently know which apartment to go to. How? It was never stated on any of the cards which apartment to go to once they reached 45 East Evan Street.



When the remaining Horsemen greet New York, there is graffiti under their stage that matches their symbol. It's almost in the center.