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as Nick Gant
as Cassie Holmes
as Kira Hudson
as Henry Carver
as Hook Waters
as Nick's Father
as Agent Holden
as Young Nick
as Victor Budarin
as Emily Hu
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Critic Reviews for Push
Silliness rules the day: plot holes abound and are plugged with techno-pounding action sequences and more nonsensical guff. As a TV pilot, this might have worked; as a film, it's loud, confusing and inane.
Belle... is blank as a page, and the intended romantic chemistry between her and Evans is never in evidence.
Push has vibrant cinematography and decent acting, but I'm blasted if I know what it's about.
There are many problems with Push, and most are the usual boring things: unnecessary plot loops; long, dumb musical interludes; a charmless script; and ostentatious action sequences in which the only person excited is the cameraman.
Evans and 10,000 BC's Belle shuffle through a turgid romantic subplot, and though the two characters are very, very pretty, they've got the chemical spark of a banana.
Audience Reviews for Push
Nothing special, the directing style kinda make the story a little confusing to be consumed..
Young people with magic powers avoid gloomy (dastardly?) secret government types in Hong Kong. Not bad, and the big Asian town provides a needed break from the usual, but plot contortions aplenty and that maddening, supposed-to-be-cool-MTV-video-sh-sh-shaky-camera work undercuts the work for the worst. And how is it that nobody with magic powers in all these "I wish I had magic powers wish fulfillment movies" enjoys the use of it???
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