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While the story concept is cool, and it's all executed with precision and a deft hand at writing fight scenes, I don't really feel attached to any of these characters.And it certainly doesn't help that Evans' Nick and Belle's Kira have about as much chemistry as two inert gases. This is in contrast with Nick's relationship with Cassie, which is overflowing with chemistry - enough that it actually gets a little awkward, because she's a teenage girl, but you're still sitting there realizing that you want her to end up with the clearly in his twenties hero, and now you feel like a very bad person. But still, the chemistry between Nick and Kira is so lacking, and the sparks between Nick and Cassie are so fun that you find yourself feeling very confused.Actors Chris Evans, Dakota Fanning, Camilla Belle, Djimon Hounsou and director Paul Mc Guigan pose at the premiere of Summit Entertainment's "Push" at the Mann Village Theater on January 29, 2009 in Los Angeles, California.
" plot in favor of a much more compelling idea: How do we steal the case without letting a Watcher be able to predict our decisions enough to get it before we do?Kira somehow survives, and then escapes, leaving almost no trace.The worst part is, Kira's a Pusher, which means she could influence anyone to take her anywhere. Oh, and she stole their copy of the drug and her DNA, so they can't recreate her success unless they find her.Overall, however, there just isn't anyone to get attached to.Nick's nice and all, but he's really not developed, and he never goes through a substantive character shift. Kira is a piece of furniture who has to be hauled around the city, saved, and is passed between sides like an ugly mug getting regifted.
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