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The Incredible Burt Wonderstone (8-Mar-2013)

Director: Don Scardino

Writers: John Francis Daley; Jonathan Goldstein; Chad Kultgen; Tyler Mitchell

Producers: Chris Bender; Steve Carell; Tyler Mitchell; Jake Weiner

Keywords: Comedy

A pair of longtime Las Vegas stage musicians break up as an up-and-coming shock magician, played by Jim Carrey, arrives on the scene and makes their act appear stale and old-fashioned. Predictable plot, few laughs, and lackluster performances makes this disappointing though not to the point of utter disaster.

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NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Alan Arkin
Actor
26-Mar-1934   Catch 22
Erin Burnett
TV Personality
3-May-1976   Squawk on the Street
Steve Buscemi
Actor
13-Dec-1957   Reservoir Dogs
Steve Carell
Comic
16-Aug-1962   Office manager at Dunder-Mifflin
Jim Carrey
Actor
17-Jan-1962   Rubber-faced fartsmith
David Copperfield
Magician
16-Sep-1956   Disappeared the Statue of Liberty
John Francis Daley
Actor
20-Jul-1985   Dr. Lance Sweets on Bones
Vance DeGeneres
TV Personality
2-Sep-1954   The Daily Show
James Gandolfini
Actor
18-Sep-1961 19-Jun-2013 Tony Soprano wants his money
Brad Garrett
Actor
14-Apr-1960   Robert on Everybody Loves Raymond
Gillian Jacobs
Actor
20-Oct-1982   Britta Perry on Community
Jay Mohr
Comic
23-Aug-1970   Gary Unmarried
Olivia Wilde
Actor
10-Mar-1984   Skin
Richard Wolffe
Journalist
17-Sep-1968   Newsweek Senior White House Correspondent

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