Tivoliland 2 by Arthur Tivoli - DVD
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In his new DVD, Arthur Tivoli presents the routines he actually performs in restaurants: 3 sets, 8 minutes each, with cards, laughs, coins, surprises, ropes, hearts, diamonds... and all this magic fits in his pockets and a small box.
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"That's how I got it . . . " Yes he used that freakin' line! However, all is forgiven since this was a pretty solid DVD. You get three full sets of performances. Each are done live at a restaurant.
Let me get the complaints out of the way first. The DVD gives you the choice of viewing in French or English. I, of course, chose English.
During the performance, you hear a voice-over person speaking English, and you can faintly hear Mr. Tivoli speaking French to his audience, but the sound on his voice was pretty much turned down all the way. In the explanation section, however, you basically are hearing both Tivoli and the English-speaking voice-over guy talking at the same time at the same volume. I actually could not sit through some of the explanations because it was so hard to listen and very annoying.
* Sponge Balls
* Bill in Pen Cap
* Rising Card
* Silver Thread
* Ring & Rope
* Rope Routine
* Sushi (card stab)
* Broken Heart
* Card to Box
As for the routines, Russia is pretty lame and just seemed like a bunch of stuff thrown together. During the effect Silver Thread, which is a nice coin production, he does a really crappy flurry sequence (isn't crappy flurry redundant?). His rope routine was decent, but just kind of dies off at the end.
That said, the rest of the stuff is pretty darn solid. Each act resets right in front of the audience. His ring and rope routine is beautiful. The effect called Diamond is a really visual production of a diamond. There are a few card tricks on the DVD. However, what's great about his card effects is that all of them use blank face decks. Rather than having a card chosen, a spectator makes a drawing on one of the blank faces. Then that card becomes the "selection" that is used for the routine.
His rising deck effect has a clever novel presentational idea. There is a lot of solid material on this DVD. The only thing that I don't like about the material is that there is a lot of stuff to carry in your pockets, and he actually brings a small wooden box to the table with even more stuff in it. However, the majority of the routines are very magical and fun to watch. GEM.
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