In Now You See Me 2, the main characters need to steal a card from a secured vault. At some point, each of them is searched for the stolen item and each performs a nifty collection of tricks to keep holding on to it without the searcher realizing:
What confuses me is that each of them then passes the card to another "horseman" just as they finished confounding their searcher. Then, the new horseman now has to go through the same song and dance again to avoid detection.
What's the point of this? Obviously, it looks cool, but is there an in-universe explanation? Why doesn't the first one just hold on to the card after he managed to be searched without the searcher finding it? Why pass it on to the next horseman?