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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
as Teresa Stowe
Critic Reviews for Push
jThe script has no deep meaning and the film does just what it was intended to do: take an audience on a fantastical journey with loads of action.
Push is a chase film dolled up with supernatural powers and chintzy retro design motifs.
McGuigan's saving grace is a willingness to slow down and savour his own images. At best, a moody inconsequence takes over and confusion feels like part of the plan.
Totally watchable, totally forgettable.
Kinetic and convincing, this uses a limited budget to thrilling effect, giving us a sort of X-Men-meets-Trainspotting twist. We hope a sequel follows this early promise.
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???