Timmy’s review published on Letterboxd:
Only Christopher Nolan can make magicians this interesting. Every scene moves with such elegance and intrigue. You always wonder what will happen next. Wondering what madness these two magicians are going get themselves wrapped up in. The twist comes as a surprise, but does not feel out of place. Christopher Nolan’s love for non-linear storytelling peaks here in my opinion. He cut this story up and restocked it masterfully. Wally Pfister’s gritted cinematography hits perfectly here. Christian Bale’s and Hugh Jackman’s Performances were amazing. They carried themselves in such elegance and confidence. I am probably speaking gibberish, but you’ll get what I mean when you’ve watched it:
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