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a5c7b9f00b A Las Vegas magician who can see into the future is pursued by FBI agents seeking to use his abilities to prevent a nuclear terrorist attack.
Las Vegas showroom magician Cris Johnson has a secret which torments him: he can see a few minutes into the future. Sick of the examinations he underwent as a child and the interest of the government and medical establishment in his power, he lies low under an assumed name in Vegas, performing cheap tricks and living off small-time gambling "winnings." But when a terrorist group threatens to detonate a nuclear device in Los Angeles, government agent Callie Ferris must use all her wiles to capture Cris and convince him to help her stop the cataclysm.
Say what you want about Nicolas Cage because if you don&#39;t I will, but one charge that will never be on the indictment at the man&#39;s crimes against cinema trial is that he doesn&#39;t have a sense of humour. Recently in Rob Zombie&#39;s Grindhouse trailer for Werewolf man of the SS, Cage was stunt cast for all of 7 seconds as oriental criminal mastermind Fu Manchu. That&#39;s not a bad joke you&#39;re saying to yourself but wait a minute, you haven&#39;t seen him as Frank Cadillac in Next yet! Unless you&#39;re allergic to laughter, and I mean badly so that any involuntary muscular contractions could aggravate your osteoporosis and snap your spine, you should be booking tickets as you read this because if there&#39;s a more ridiculous thriller this year, I&#39;d sit in a chair with semtex strapped to my chest like Jennifer Biel and get blown to smithereens.<br/><br/>Very loosely based on a Phillip K. Dick story, in the same way that Michael Bay&#39;s Pearl Harbour was loosely based on historical events, Next is about a fifth rate Vegas magician who can see 2 minutes into the future. Handy, you&#39;d think but someone, as we&#39;re told in an extraordinary expositionary scene featuring a very bad tempered Julianne Moore as the FBI agent on Cage&#39;s case, has stolen a nuke and they need Cage to find out where it&#39;ll be so they can get there far too late. Doesn&#39;t sound too bad does it? But Next plays like a distended spoof that schizophrenically imagines itself to be a serious movie. When Cage is on the run at the casino you&#39;re a liar if you&#39;ve ever heard a government spook scream into his radio &quot;gift shop, gift shop, gift shop!&quot; before but that&#39;s just the tip of the iceberg. Cage lives with Columbo, here revealing where he went after he left the plot of Fracture and is obsessed with Biel, who allows him to see further into the future than the obligatory 120 seconds but crucially for Next&#39;s star rating, not her chest, that&#39;s covered by sheets that stay in place no matter how far in the bed she sits up. And who said movies were better than life? This loophole is exploited so that Cage&#39;s gift remains inconsistent throughout the film. Usually potentially plot stunting conceits are changed in sequels when they cause problems – remember Highlander 2? No? Well thank Christ for that but here the 2 minute rule doesn&#39;t even last to the half way mark. Not only goes the period of Cage&#39;s clairvoyance shift as the story demands but sometimes it changes to the point where it threatens to scupper the entire plot. Without explanation Cage develops a gift to see multiple versions of the same two minutes to facilitate a few reheated Groundhog Day jokes but the screenwriters re

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