It's certainly stylistic, and it's got a pretty great score/soundtrack...but the film lacks in just about every other category. The story is fairly simple and fun, but the characters aren't as developed as they could, be, there's not as much action as you would expect (about 97% of the film is Frank running around town and freaking out, crying: "what do I do"), and while the film does tell you what basically goes down at the end it fails to show the payoff. Pusher is a fun film, but it builds to a nonexistant climax, they could have at least showed us what happens at the end instead of ending just before the payoff. In the end, Pusher is a bit like what happens if you were to give money to an actual pusher: The end product is fun while you are experiencing it, but after, you leave feeling ripped off...like the product cost more than it was worth. This says a lot, cuz I actually saw this film for free, so take that as you will.Also, even though Nicholas Winding Refn's name is plastered in BIG lettering on the poster, he's not directing. I hate films that lie to you, take your money, fuck you, then laugh in your face. That little tidbit aside, I guess I'll stick with my 3 star rating because, unlike the marketing campaign, I actually have morals.