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Push (2009)

Submitted by on December 16, 2012 – 3:27 pmNo Comment

Push (2009) 2Push (2009), Genre: Fantasy/Science-fiction/Action/Adventure/Crime

Starring: Chris Evans, Dakota Fanning, Camilla Belle, Djimon Hounsou, Ming-Na, Cliff Curtis

There have always been movies about another race of human beings on the planet that are unknown to us and posses special powers. What differs within these movies is how outlandish the ‘other’ human species can be conceived to be. There exists a breed of humans that posses super-human powers and are classified within themselves according to the power they posses. A governmental body to control their kind, called the ‘division’, is after a suitcase. Everything else in the movie is one big question mark leaving you with a thousand unanswered questions with the biggest one being, why is Nick Grant (Evans) and Cassie (Fanning) even involved in all of this. Although the movie tries to build upon a decent concept and has an above average ending attached to it, most of the story is a complete washout and seems to be glued together in a highly tacky manner. It does a decent job of being a fantasy movie with decent action, but that’s all there is to it. Don’t try bothering to figure out whats happening cause its not worth it.

Thumbs up: Decent action, a good entertainer
Thumbs down: Horrible story that doesn’t make any amount of sense

Rating: 5.6/10

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