I saw The Illusionist (on DVD) the other day, and thought it was quite good. The story is interesting, the dialogue and scenes believable, and the end's fantastic. Great acting too. The milieu of 19th century Vienna is convincingly portrayed. Warning: a bit of a plot spoiler: The fact that most of the events in the movie are, in fact, an illusion that one's led to believe is reality, and then the unveiling of the illusion only in the last scene is brilliant, IMO. That aspect of the film was my personal favourite. It's about the only really good movie I've seen for a year. Has anyone else seen it, and what was your opinion?