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Item Type: BLU-RAY DVD Movie
Item Rating: PG13
Street Date: 07/07/09
Wide Screen: yes
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Language: ENGLISH
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Complicated to the point of viewer exhaustion, Push is… More >>

Push

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  1. Push is such a bad film, I don’t know wear to begin! What troubled me most was that “Kill or Be Killed – On Steroids,” is the main message you got from watching this depraved film. It does not have an ounce of charm, humor or heart! It’s like watching someone’s nightmare in slow motion! It’s a black and white world where the color “gray” has never been invented! You could also classify Push as a war-porn type film pandering to those who like watching the body count rise!

    The writers of Push are so desperate for you to notice at least one main character they had to exploit a 13-year old girl by constantly showing off her long, spindly legs. Keeping in mind this is a film made

    for adults, and not teens, I felt that was very inappropriate! Making her cry about her fear of dying was sad to watch, also. But she’s certainly the only character in this film anyone is going to care about.

    For the life of me, I don’t understand why Hollywood constantly pumps out really bad films like Push. It give the whole fantasy genre a bad name! How can that possibly be good for business?

    See: Bold! Daring! Shocking! True: A History of Exploitation Films, 1919-1959 and Better Living Through Bad Movies and Bad Movies We Love (Plume)

    For a MUCH more entertaining approach to Science Fiction/Fantasy see:Zardoz and Enemy Mine and Fantastic Planet and A.I. – Artificial Intelligence (Widescreen Two-Disc Special Edition) and Bicentennial Man and Galaxy Quest (Deluxe Edition)
    Rating: 1 / 5

  2. The general topic and name for this movie, seems to be ripped off directly from Stephen King’s “Firestarter.”

    The Firestarter is a young pyrokinetic girl whose father has the ability to “push” people. Yes, “push” is the term used in the book. In this case, “push” means forcing your thoughts upon someone else and having them do whatever you want them to do.

    “Firestarter” is a GREAT movie… Martin Sheen, George C. Scott, a very young Drew Barrymore, Heather Locklear, Louise Fletcher, Art Carney… fantastic lineup! And if that were not enough, Tangerine Dream does a beautfil job on the soundtrack! (I bought the CD.)

    Oh yeah… in “Firestarter”, there are references to “The Shop”… an ominous government agency. The two main characters are on the run from “The Shop.” “The Shop” wants get them and control them.

    Do yourself a favor by adding “Firestarter” to your DVD collection. The book is good too.
    Rating: 1 / 5

  3. Never wrote an review before, but this movie just can not be allowed to get away without an warning.

    Waste of time, brain clogging mass of tasteless matter!

    Considering the resources used to produce this movie, and probably a large amount of money, this movie should not be awarded even one star.

    Also it includes single, most annoying thing ever produced in the movie industry: a screaming, bizarre looking Asian guys, some high pitched sounds, with eyes popping out, and giant veins on the forehead (sort of special gift/weapon)

    Man, how pitiful Jim Carey attempt for the most “annoying sound” looks in the “Dumb And Dumber”…

    And yes it has a signs of secret pedophile dreams come true.
    Rating: 1 / 5

  4. I made it through the entire movie, although I may have dozed off a couple times, I’m not sure. I think the writers/producers/directors were on to something with the idea here, but got carried away with the super powers of their ‘mutants’ or whatever they were. By the end of the film, the beings with the powers had such amazingly strong powers they were virtually invincible to human weapons. The bad guy with the force field or whatever it was, was hilarious as he deflected bullets. Could that have been any dumber? It was just downright silly the way their super powers were displayed in the final big battle scene. Dakota Flemming was just an obnoxious kid who needed some good lessons in manners. What was the point of getting drunk? Oh yeah, mom could ‘see’ better after a little alcohol. Okay. All Dakota did was get drunk and pass out. And the way it was explained early in the movie, Pushers had to have eye contact with the person they were trying to influence. How were they able to move a dozen armed flunkies in unison without even looking. Not only were they not looking, but the gunmen they were controlling had their backs turned away. I say, stay away from this movie. It does not work on any level and I can’t think of any age group where a vast majority would enjoy this mess.


    Rating: 1 / 5

  5. Not a good movie. Bad acting and just bad plot overall. The worst thing is that Dakota Fanning dressing like a whore the whole movie and she is only 15. I would not recommend watching this movie.
    Rating: 1 / 5

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