Starring: Jesse Eisenberg, Woody Harrelson, Daniel Radcliffe, Dave Franco, Morgan Freeman, Mark Ruffalo, Lizzy Caplan, Jay Chou, Woody HarrelsonPlot: After a long absence, the four horsemen are back to stir things up... with a vengeance!Runtime: a lengthy 129 minutes.Review: It's only been a year in movie time for the four horsemen, but in that year they lost a member. Isla Fisher (whose name I don't care enough to look up) has left the group after not having enough information for too long and being told to wait... not very patient for someone who has stolen multiple millions of dollars from a guy...The horsemen, now pegged as a robin hood/ "anonymous" type band of people who are heroes in the eyes of many, are back on the move, to stop someone from selling a cell phone that has a chip built in to steal all of their information about credit cards and their lives essentially to sell on the black market, all without the knowledge of the world or the law... seems almost impossible, but this is a movie about magic.While debunking this man they get magically transported to Macao where they find Woody Harrelson's twin brother, who is played by none other than Woody Harrelson! But wait, there's more! They take Harrelson, add really weird stringy awful hair, a goatee and tell him to make his voice slightly higher and more annoying than normal, truly magical. On top of that they find Daniel Radcliffe, the ex partner of the guy who is making the cell phone, who was betrayed and then faked his own death... convoluted to say the least.Cut to Ruffalo, the FBI agent who helped the horsemen at the end of the first movie, still helping them, but has been found out to be crooked, now on the run. Who did he get found out by you ask? Morgan Freeman, the guy that went to jail in the first one AND Michael Caine, the jerk who got a bunch of money stolen from him in the first one.Cut back to the horsemen and Radcliffe, who wants them to steal the computer chip that will steal everyone's information, just a single chip does it by the by. A giant scene that has a lot of camera movement to show them that they're all very amazing at what the do, get lucky randomly and are flawless in their execution. Looked pretty good, but a whole bunch of flash and not too much substance.They find out that Radcliffe is the illegitimate son of Caine (good genes in that family) and they want revenge on them for the money stolen, the horsemen run away, but get caught by them multiple times. The movie ends with the horsemen and Ruffalo teaming up to pull a big swerve on Caine and Radcliffe so they reveal themselves as the villains, the horsemen get away with Ruffalo AND the big burn of the movie is where Caine tells Radcliffe that he basically banged a bunch of chicks and he's not sure Radcliffe is even his son.The final scene shows the horsemen were in a big, elaborate plan hatched by Freeman and that Freeman was the partner of Ruffalo's dad when they were younger and he's very sad that Ruffalo's dad died by performing a very stupid magic trick 30 years ago (from the first movie). Now they're all buddy buddy and the movie ends.I think the biggest problem with this movie is that it really thinks it's smarter than the person watching it. Despite the fact I like him, Jesse Eisenberg does this a lot to me, where he just acts in movies where the people watching them are taken for morons. With its big swerves and fancy camera work it was decently predictable and fine. Nothing more, nothing less sadly.