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YMMV: Push

The novel called Push has examples of:

The film of Push called Precious has examples of:

  • Award Snub: Gabourey Sidibe definitely shouldn't have lost to Sandra Bullock, even if she didn't deserve to win.
  • "Funny Aneurysm" Moment: After hurling the television set at Precious and her son, Mary grumps back into the apartment, doesn't even bother to clean herself up, flops into her chair, picks up the remote and...
    • "Precious' son Abdul looks just like his daddy." In the sequel Precious succumbs to AIDS and Abdul is put into an Orphanage of Fear where he's abused and raped and eventually becomes a violent rapist.
  • Hey, It's That Guy!: Sarah from Head of the Class is in this!

The 2009 film called Push has examples of:

  • Narm: The Bleeders just plain looked silly when they screamed, except the one at the end, who was much more powerful than his two sons who had just been killed.
  • Relationship Writing Fumble: 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.
  • They Copied It, So It Sucks: Often criticized for being a rip off of X-Men or 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 Ted Dekker'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.
    • Its far closer in plot to Scanners and Firestarter.

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