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Cansposed (DVD and Props) by Carl Leek and Wizard FX Productions - DVD
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Imagine asking a spectator to choose any drink and, no matter what they have chosen, you crack open a sealed can and pour out their drink.
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Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on November 15th, 2012
Like the previous reviewer I would agree that the "force" should have been shown, at least in one form or another to show that you cannot walk up and say "pick any drink you can think of. That being said, this is a very strong effect and worth the money. I disagree that the can cannot be handled after the effect is performed (with a little alteration to the original can before hand (you will know what I mean once you open your first can of "miracle soda" and look inside. Definately do not tip the can as it will leak and do not prepare too far in advance if the drink is carbonated or it will eventually go flat and lose it's fizz.
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Important things not shown in the demo Report this review
Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on August 27th, 2010
If you watch the demo of this you'll be extremely excited, and yes it does look like a miracle...but that's because there was something important left out of the demo vid that you won't find out until after you own the effect: contrary to what they claim, the spectator does NOT have free choice of any drink.
The first part of this routine (and the part conveniently left out of the video) is the part where the spectator "chooses" the drink from a prepared list of possibilities (and you can see where this goes from there). Then you proceed to make the drink appear out of a Coke or whatever. There is no "pick any drink you can think of" walk-up like they do in the video. While this might not set some folks off on the effect, it's something that should have been shown rather than misrepresenting the entirety of the effect.
Next is the gimmick. You are given enough for 15 performances, after which you buy refills (don't try to make these yourself). Then there is a good amount of prep work done before you perform, but that's to be expected. Just be careful because the prepared drink can and will leak if you don't keep it upright. And the spectator cannot hold or inspect the can during or after the effect.
There is actually an easier way to prepare the can that doesn't involve the gimmicks and actually plays bigger and safer because the spectator could actually open the can and pour the drink out. I won't give away the secret of "Cansposed", but for a non-gimmicked version let me just say concentrate on the bottom of the can and the idea will probably open up to you.
On the plus side, the gimmick could be used for other effects. It's easy to see where this could be strong for several things if you use your imagination.
That's one thing I appreciate about Penguin: the opportunity for honest reviews. I don't think I've given anything away here, but the demo video should have shown us everything preparing for the trick rather than just the payoff.
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