The Four Horsemen (Eisenberg, Harrelson, Franco and Caplan in place of Fisher) get involved once more in a magic-themed plot to foil some bad guys.
Hopelessly confusing if you haven't seen the first one and plenty maddening even if you have, it eventually clicks in an entertaining buildup of cool illusions.
When Ig (Radcliffe)'s girlfriend Merrin (Temple) is murdered, suspicion falls on him; but then he sprouts horns and people begin to confess their secrets to him.
Unfortunately Aja neglects the more interesting crisis-of-faith theme and overstuffs the narrative, so despite nice work from Radcliffe (and Graham, great fun as…
I found it rather refreshing from the over-hyped, over sensationalized and big budget disappointments in the past few years.
Hank (Dano) is a castaway; when a dead man (Radcliffe) washes up on his beach, Hank slowly brings him back to life.
Unique, heartfelt and often hilarious comedy about embracing your inner weirdness, and the importance of honesty and friendship.
But let's face it, it's hard to be the class clown when you're the chosen one.
A royal battle with Voldemort looming on the horizon can dampen anyone's spirits.