Now You See Me. Fortunately screenwriter Ed Solomon (Men in Black, Bill & Ted's) is still on board to guarantee dumb mindless fun.
This time around The Four Horsemen step back into the spotlight only to find themselves forced by a wannabe James Bond-esque villain to pull off a near impossible heist.
It doesn't do much to improve upon any of the glaring problems of the first film but nor does it really take a step down in quality either. It more or less just sits exactly in the same position and hopes for the best. Based on whether or not you enjoyed the first film will depend on how much you get out of the this retread joyride.
3 hats out of a bunny out of 5