History YMMV / Push

24th Jul '17 5:17:08 PM creader
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* WhatHappenedToTheMouse : Lil' Mongo. At the end of the film, Precious takes custody of both children, but as of ''Literature/TheKid'', the girl is nowhere to be seen. She stayed with Toosie, but as of [[spoiler: Precious' funeral]] Mary and Toosie no longer appear to be on speaking terms, and there is no sign of Mongo.
19th May '17 4:29:38 AM Erin582
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* MisaimedFandom: Unfortunately, there are some viewers that actually believe that Mary ''wasn't'' abusive to Precious. Why? '''Because she provided food and shelter.''' What these people don't understand that, even without the physical and verbal abuse, Precious was her mother's slave, that she used her and her grandchildren to get welfare benefits and that she even [[spoiler: sexual abused her.]]
18th May '17 5:49:02 PM MagBas
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* UnfortunateImplications: If the reviews and fan reactions are anything to go by, whatever relationship thirteen year old Cassie and twenty three year old Nick were supposed to have wasn't what the audience saw, given her ClingyJealousGirl behavior once Kira arrives and her short skirt. The worst offender was the hotel scene when Cassie leaves, "powers her use" by getting drunk, then returns to curse out Nick's actual love interest Kira, falling asleep in a provocative position.

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* UnfortunateImplications: If the reviews and fan reactions are anything to go by, whatever relationship thirteen year old Cassie and twenty three year old Nick were supposed to have wasn't what the audience saw, given her ClingyJealousGirl behavior once Kira arrives and her short skirt. The worst offender was the hotel scene when Cassie leaves, "powers her use" by getting drunk, then returns to curse out Nick's actual love interest Kira, falling asleep in a provocative position.
15th Jan '17 9:52:41 PM shamblingdead2
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* WhatHappenedToTheMouse : Lil' Mongo. At the end of the film, Precious takes custody of both children, but as of ''Literature/TheKid'', the girl is nowhere to be seen. She stayed with Toosie, but as of [[spoiler: Precious' funeral]] Mary and Toosie no longer appear to be on speaking terms, and there is no sign of Mongo.
14th Jan '17 7:45:36 PM Andrzej
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!!!!The novel called Push has examples of:

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!!!!The film of ''Push'' called ''Precious'' has examples of:

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* UnfortunateImplications: If the reviews and fan reactions are anything to go by, whatever relationship thirteen year old Cassie and twenty three year old Nick were supposed to have wasn't what the audience saw, given her ClingyJealousGirl behavior once Kira arrives and her short skirt. The worst offender was the hotel scene when Cassie leaves, "powers her use" by getting drunk, then returns to curse out Nick's actual love interest Kira, falling asleep in a provocative position.

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* UnfortunateImplications: If the reviews and fan reactions are anything to go by, whatever relationship thirteen year old Cassie and twenty three year old Nick were supposed to have wasn't what the audience saw, given her ClingyJealousGirl behavior once Kira arrives and her short skirt. The worst offender was the hotel scene when Cassie leaves, "powers her use" by getting drunk, then returns to curse out Nick's actual love interest Kira, falling asleep in a provocative position.position.
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6th Jan '17 3:06:47 PM KingClark
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* CompleteMonster:In this novel from which the movie ''Precious'' was adopted, [[AbusiveParents Carl]] is Clareece "Precious" Jonesís abusive father, and the father of her two children. He doesn't appear in the book proper, but at the very least, he's an adulterer, a rapist, and most likely a DepravedBisexual, and for the most part only uses Mary and Precious for sex, and to occasionally loot the house for food and money on his way out the door.

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* CompleteMonster:In CompleteMonster: In this novel from which the movie ''Precious'' was adopted, [[AbusiveParents Carl]] is Clareece "Precious" Jonesís abusive father, and the father of her two children. He doesn't appear in the book proper, but at the very least, he's an adulterer, a rapist, and most likely a DepravedBisexual, and for the most part only uses Mary and Precious for sex, and to occasionally loot the house for food and money on his way out the door.
26th Aug '16 9:32:13 AM Cieloazul
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* CriticalBacklash: The film has a 23% in Website/RottenTomatoes and is badly seen by fans who accuse it of being unoriginal, but Website/InternetMoviesDatabase has it with thrice that score and many reviews which support its entertaining value.
* {{Narm}}: The Bleeders just plain looked silly when they screamed, [[spoiler: except the one at the end, who was much more powerful than his two sons who had just been killed]].
* RelationshipWritingFumble: If the reviews and fan reactions are anything to go by, whatever relationship thirteen year old Cassie and twenty three year old Nick were supposed to have wasn't what the audience saw, given her ClingyJealousGirl behavior once Kira arrives and her short skirt. The worst offender was the hotel scene when Cassie leaves, "powers her use" by getting drunk, then returns to curse out Nick's actual love interest Kira, and falls asleep in a provocative position.
* TheyCopiedItSoItSucks: Often criticized for being a rip off of ''Comicbook/{{X-Men}}'' or ''Series/{{Heroes}}'' due to the notion of paranoia and the government being the enemy.
** The marble scene in the beginning is taken almost directly from a part in Creator/TedDekker's book ''Blink'', a book where the main character can see potential futures. When he's about to be arrested, he rolls a rubber ball down the hall, timing it so that it will bounce off the right walls, causing a distraction so he and his {{Love Interest}} can get away. Could have been a {{Shout Out}} though.
** It's far closer in plot to ''Scanners'' and ''Firestarter''.

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* CriticalBacklash: CriticalDissonance: The film has a 23% in Website/RottenTomatoes and is badly seen by fans who accuse it of being unoriginal, but Website/InternetMoviesDatabase Website/IMDb has it with thrice that score and many a lot of reviews which support its entertaining value.
* {{Narm}}: The Bleeders just plain looked look silly when they screamed, [[spoiler: except scream. [[spoiler:Except the one at the end, who was much more powerful than his two sons who had just been killed]].
* RelationshipWritingFumble: TheyCopiedItSoItSucks: As found by critics and audiences alike, he film's main flaw was its heavy borrowing of elements from media like ''Series/{{Heroes}}'', ''Film/{{Scanners}}'' and even ''Comicbook/{{X-Men}}'', which made it to be basically a ClicheStorm of the "regular people with powers" genre.
* UnfortunateImplications:
If the reviews and fan reactions are anything to go by, whatever relationship thirteen year old Cassie and twenty three year old Nick were supposed to have wasn't what the audience saw, given her ClingyJealousGirl behavior once Kira arrives and her short skirt. The worst offender was the hotel scene when Cassie leaves, "powers her use" by getting drunk, then returns to curse out Nick's actual love interest Kira, and falls falling asleep in a provocative position.
* TheyCopiedItSoItSucks: Often criticized for being a rip off of ''Comicbook/{{X-Men}}'' or ''Series/{{Heroes}}'' due to the notion of paranoia and the government being the enemy.
** The marble scene in the beginning is taken almost directly from a part in Creator/TedDekker's book ''Blink'', a book where the main character can see potential futures. When he's about to be arrested, he rolls a rubber ball down the hall, timing it so that it will bounce off the right walls, causing a distraction so he and his {{Love Interest}} can get away. Could have been a {{Shout Out}} though.
** It's far closer in plot to ''Scanners'' and ''Firestarter''.
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28th Jul '16 10:50:58 AM Anddrix
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* BaseBreaker: Mary. Was she ultimately sympathetic or not? As such, she appears as [[UnintentionallySympathetic both]] [[UnintentionallyUnsympathetic sides]] of the same coin.

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* BaseBreaker: BaseBreakingCharacter: Mary. Was she ultimately sympathetic or not? As such, she appears as [[UnintentionallySympathetic both]] [[UnintentionallyUnsympathetic sides]] of the same coin.
17th May '16 9:44:17 PM shamblingdead2
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* {{Narm}}: There are many Youtube comments of people who reportedly laughed at Precious when she was verbally abused by her mother.

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* {{Narm}}: There are many Youtube comments of people who reportedly laughed at Precious when she was verbally abused by her mother. Some of this is because Mo'nique is so funny, and WordOfGod on the commentary says they were laughing as they were filming the worst of the abuse scenes.
22nd Apr '16 5:16:53 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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* HeyItsThatGuy: Sarah from ''Series/HeadOfTheClass'' is in this!
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