MOST of the tricks were very doable, that's for sure.
I didn't pay too much attention to the CGI if it didn't involve the tricks, so I can't say much there.
The Hypnotist/Mentalist was very interesting, and although I'm just starting in the field of mentalism, there's a scene where he jabs a man in the solar Plexis to put him into hypnosis. I've never seen this before, so I question the realism... But then again, I payed good money to learn the secrets of hypnosis, I wouldn't want a movie giving them away.
The different forms of magician was very interesting, and the way that just about everything was connected actually made me think on my act, and possible routines in the future
My one big complaint however, is that the Magic
ended too soon. They still showed a magician's mind set, and it did show parts of stage acts, but most of the tricks were at the introduction of the characters.
One last thing that I found out about the movie is that my watching experience was different than my friend's. During the movie, which magicians helped produce, there were a few things that your see in some classic routines that were just changed to fit a movie format.
All in all, I liked it. It wasn't the best movie ever, but it was fun to watch