Popcorn entertainment for David Blaine's crew. If you don't expect anything - but like anything, for real - from this one, you might just sit and watch the whole thing through. Good? Hell no. But it puts the M in Magic. And in cinema for the Masses (also in Messy cinema). Dave Franco is always something to look at, though.
People calling this implausible, unrealistic, or downright unbelievable are the same people who have no problems nor quibbles about indulging in five superhero movies a year and action science-fiction epics that demand the same thing. These films are nothing more than entertaining ensemble works that manipulate the audiences in a playful way not commonly seen anymore. Loved every minute of this sequel.
I'd rather not see you.