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So here is a list of three (very) good movies and links to its reviews: * Keeping The Faith Edward Norton has directed this lovely comedy where a rabbi and a priest reunite with their old childhood friend (Elfman) and eventually both fall in love with her. But of course Norton’s character Brian Finn isn’t supposed to date.

For one thing, it gives you a chance to warm to a couple of beautifully calibrated and engagingly understated performances: from Edward Norton, deftly sidestepping the numerous cliches strewn in his path as the magician, Eisenheim, and , a collection by Pulitzer Prize-winner Steven Millhauser, the script is preoccupied with the human desire to be mystified.

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The key to these is in his soft voice, unwavering gaze and emphatically drawn eyebrows, allied with a well co-ordinated ability to employ all these features with menace.

Here, he's plotting to overthrow his father, the Emperor, and the ever-pragmatic Uhl has thrown in his lot with him because he's convinced that he has every chance of success.

The film was shot in Prague, standing in for the Vienna of the Belle Epoque, and it has a more romantic sheen to it than , which sought to bring you the engine oil and greasepaint of a magician's backstage life.

Uhl works for Austria's Crown Prince Leopold, played by Rufus Sewell, who's been carving out his own line in charismatic creeps lately.

Paul Giamatti rounds out a solid cast as a detective struggling to separate reality and illusion when the romantic rivalry ends in murder.

Yes, we know he can play a psycho, a gambler, a man who is going to jail the very next day or he can just star in the cult film Fight Club. An unfaithful wife (Watts) is forced by her doctor husband (Norton) to go the most dangerous place (1920s, political chaos- combined with a cholera epidemic) in China. To find out more about the film (no spoilers there either): The Illusionist The Illusionist takes you to a magical Vienna with fine cast: Edward Norton, Jessica Biel, Paul Giamatti and Rufus Sewell. For the review: Would love to hear what you think of these movies.

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She should now be able to put those memories behind her, for her Sophie is a persuasive portrait of European fin de siecle glamour.

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