7 Best Magic Shows in Orlando

7 Best Magic Shows in Orlando, Florida
A family vacation in Orlando is a magical experience for kids and adults. Orlando offers many things to do for visitors and locals. One of the best things to see while in Orlando is a magic show, and we’ve narrowed it down to the best magic shows in Orlando.

We listed the 7 best magic shows in Orlando. Visitors and locals can enjoy a variety of magic shows in Orlando. Magicians with different styles perform amazing shows such as close-up magic, illusions, comedy magic shows, family magic shows, theater shows, stage magic shows and the best part: The magic shows are for every age and every budget. 

So if you’re looking for a magician in Orlando to turn your ordinary evening into an extraordinary one, any of the 7 options on this list are sure to dazzle and amaze you as well your family and friends! 1. The Cirque MagiqueThe Cirque Magique is one of the best shows in Orlando; each afternoon show features dinner, circus acts and magicians. 
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Now you see me - the movie

Now you see me – the magical movie about magicians, escapists and hypnotists.

As I was preparing to watch the movie “Now you see me,” I was expecting a so-so movie about magicians doing magic with the help of a lot of Hollywood special effects. But I was pleasantly surprised. The movie offered much more.

It drew me in from the beginning with its story. There were also a lot of realistic touches that reflect situations that magicians and hypnotists live today – including dealing with people who set out to embarrass magicians or ruin careers by making a mission of revealing their secrets and techniques.

What surprised me about this movie – without giving too much away – was the message at its heart: an attempt by a mysterious magician whose identity no one knows to resurrect respect for magic, all the while there being a connection to (and attempt to avenge) a late magician once disgraced. But to do all that he or she needs to convince a collection of performers (magician, escapist, street magician and hypnotist) that the magic is real, and the audience needs to believe in this once again. In the process, there’s a bit of Robin Hood social justice in redistributing wealth from some of the crooked bad guys to regular people in the audience.

The best part of all – more than any of the individual magic tricks and special-effects stunts throughout – was the overall sleight-of-hand played on you, the viewer, something you discover at the end of the movie.

But don’t watch too hard for clues, because, as the movie warns, “the closer you think you are, the less you'll actually see.”

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