“I opened this film with an enthusiastic heart but, frankly speaking, closed the film with an empty feeling. I was left nonplussed by the climax where the enigmatic Fallon comes into full light. That's a little too much stretching there don't you think? I haven't read the novel but I can say you this that Christopher Nolan may have given the characters expert hands and the ability to amaze the in-film audience with their mastery but he himself could not produce that effect. He disguised the show-stopper quite thinly. I could see the end coming from a mile away but nevertheless, the film was great and nowhere near a disappointment or worst.
The rivalry between Robert Angier (Hugh Jackman) and Alfred Borden (Christian Bale) is one of modern cinema's best. Both the actors masterfull” read more