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Directed By
David Bourla

Written By:
David Bourla

Dakota Fanning, Chris Evans, Camilla Belle, Djimon Hounsou, Cliff Curtis, Maggie Siff, Joel Gretsch, Neil Jackson, Colin Ford, Nate Mooney, Scott Michael Campbell, Brandon Rhea, Hal Yamanouchi, Corey Stoll

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Push (2009)
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Movie Review by Martin
March 25th, 2010

"Push" is a fairly average movie about people with superpowers. What lets it down the most is that the people with these powers are amongst the most annoying actors around. Chris Evans (who here in Britain will never get over having the same name as a well known ginger TV presenter) is the lead, who can fly and set himself on fire, no, wait, that's that other OK superhero movie in which he stars. The film also stars Dakota Fanning, who I'm now finding to be an irritating child actress, all grown up before her time.

The whole movie plays like an extended episode of TV series "Heroes," which is the same in that the people with these amazing gifts don't dress up in daft costumes when they decide to fight the bad-guys, which is a bonus I guess.

I remember this flick being OK, but seeing as I seen it ages ago and remember very little about it, (outside of Dakota annoying me the whole way through) means it can't of been a truly awesome action movie.

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