Alan Arkin (one of my favorite actors), Steve Carell, and Steve Buscemi headline this comedy about a magic act partnership forged by two young boys who grow up to be headliners at the Bally in Las Vegas whose genial owner is played by that wonderful actor (James Gandolfini), best known for his very different role in "The Sopranos."
Although somewhat uneven (not consistently funny) there are enough laugh-out-loud scenes to make it worth your while to pay your admission. Plus some fun magic tricks, and an outstanding, absolutely hilarious ending trick that by itself makes the film a "must see."
Oh, and lest I forget, Jim Carey is absolutely at his most insane as a street magician competing with the Burt Wonderstone duo for fame and fortune. He has never been more outrageous. His 'talent' seems to be an immunity to pain (self-inflicted) which he demonstrates on the sidewalks of Vegas to 'entertain' passersby.
I guess it helps if you appreciate stupid slapstick humor. Mea culpa