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The Prestige   10/04/18
by Gatsby
Like every good magic trick, The Prestige has a twist leaving us wanting more.

The Prestige   6/04/18
by aronisred
So the conflict at the core of the story is very reminiscent of conflict between Tesla and Edison but since Edison has lot of goons working for him that wouldn't make for a more pointed conflict if its exactly like that .

The Prestige   11/16/16
by Citizen Rules
Review: If you like Christopher Nolan films with their mysterious existential elements and his highly stylized way of story telling, you should love The Prestige.

The Prestige   8/27/15
by Iroquois
When a mistake on Bale's part results in the death of Jackman's wife (Piper Perabo), Jackman swears revenge by intending to become the best magician ever and ruin Bale by any means necessary, which naturally prompts Bale to retaliate in turn.

The Prestige   7/24/15
by Cole416
The film could have been done much better, and I'd say that it is my least favorite Christopher Nolan film even including The Dark Knight Rises.

The Prestige   9/19/11
by TylerDurden99
Christopher Nolan has made better films, but none feels quite as complete as The Prestige.

The Prestige   4/26/09
by The Prestige
Nolan has often stated that he doesn't like DVD commentaries and even making of's and such (He only did commentaries for his first three films because he felt it would help film students) because he feels that there are certain aspects of filmmaking that should be hid from the audience.

The Prestige   4/12/09
by spudracer
The story of two rival magicians vying for the number one trick that will ensure their position as the best magician is one that is very intriguing.

The Prestige   1/09/09
by meatwadsprite
Although it's still very reliant on twists , it shows Nolan's making his films more mature since his backwards debut Memento.

The Prestige   11/14/06
by Darth Stujitzu
Perhaps I'll need to revisit the Prestiege again at a later date, I wasn't blown away by Insomnia on first viewing, but enjoyed it more on a second viewing, a good film that should please most film fans, and worthy of your hard earned cash.


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