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The idea behind The Purge (released on DVD tomorrow) is that, in the near future, all crime in America will be legal for a 12-hour period once a year. It’s not what you’d call the most plausible of premises, but it does result in a crafty home-invasion thriller.

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In Now You See Me, Jesse Eisenberg, Woody Harrelson, Isla Fisher and Dave Franco star as magicians who pull off bank heists with the same ease that they put on Las Vegas conjuring shows. It’s just one of the many recent films to feature stage magicians and, like two of the others, it co-stars Michael Caine.

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