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  • The supporting cast is also excellent, particularly Michael Caine as Angier's assistant, Cutter, Scarlett Johansson as Olivia and the curiously effective partnership of David Bowie yes, that David Bowie as Tesla and Andy Serkis as his helper, Alley.

    Archive 2010-01-01

  • The supporting cast is also excellent, particularly Michael Caine as Angier's assistant, Cutter, Scarlett Johansson as Olivia and the curiously effective partnership of David Bowie yes, that David Bowie as Tesla and Andy Serkis as his helper, Alley.

    The Prestige

  • Angier's story forms the bulk of the novel and takes us through his youth and his slow beginnings at the art of magic until his fateful meeting with Borden and the consequences of that meeting.

    Archive 2008-03-01

  • It's hard to think of movie analogues for Angier's work, however easy it is to formulate the possibility - perhaps such movies wouldn't be movies for the same reason that magic isn't magic.

    GreenCine Daily: Shorts, 12/7.

  • The narrative then switches to Angier's more formal diary.

    Archive 2008-03-01

  • The first domino pushed in the deadly drama chain is the demise of Rupert Angier's wife, Julia ... an event which could quite probably be attributed to the hubris of Alfred Borden.

    The Prestige

  • Once these games, these distinctions and collapses of distinctions, appear in a movie, a curious, indirect meditation on the cinema starts up, where [Robert] Angier's [Hugh Jackman] practice represents a documentary passing itself off as fiction, and [Alfred] Borden's [Christian Bale] art, unmistakably a fiction, specialises in creating a bewildering documentary effect.

    GreenCine Daily: Shorts, 12/7.

  • The narrative then switches to Angier's more formal diary.

    Wertzone Classics: The Prestige by Christopher Priest

  • The tone can grate -- especially Angier's view that "the female body deserves Dionysian respect."

    Boys Need Not Be Boys

  • Angier's story forms the bulk of the novel and takes us through his youth and his slow beginnings at the art of magic until his fateful meeting with Borden and the consequences of that meeting.

    Wertzone Classics: The Prestige by Christopher Priest

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