I will happily argue that Push is one of the best (if not the best) X-Men movie ever made. It not only features actors who have gone on to play heroes from the Marvel U, but it features a cast of mutants and characters who are engaged in a struggle for survival in a world that wants to shun them or use their powers for their own dark deeds. While Push is a movie that seldom gets the nod, everyone who has seen it likes it a lot. Which brings us to the Major Spoilers Poll of the Week!


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  1. I enjoy the movie (not one of my favorite movies, but I thought it was better than most give it credit for), but not enough that I think a sequel would be a great idea UNLESS it was well written and brings something new to the table that actually makes sense instead of being just a generic revisit to the setting. IF they could do that, then I’d love a sequel. If they just want to try to rehash the same elements of the first movie, then no.

  2. I only got round to watch Push about a year ago and I’ve already forgotten most of it. Actually I’m half convinced the parts I do remember are from Johnny English 2. So no I’ll pass on that sequel

  3. Doug Connors on

    Only a vague memory of this movie, so I would rather studio money gets put into much better properties.

  4. Awesome movie, needs a sequel. I loved the almost rainbow effects when the powers are used. The thing is, Captain America is already so buff, so it’s like, you no longer believe he even needs telekinesis to win in a fight.

  5. It was an interesting movie, though slightly more successful as a world building exercise than as a movie. I would definitely like to see more from this pseudo-X-Men world.

  6. This is actually one of my favorite movies of all time! In my mind when i use my telekinesis, this movie depicts exactly how i image they would work; plus how can you go wrong with Chris Evans?! :)

  7. Daniel Langsdale on

    Do I remember it? No, not really, except the vague recollection that it put me in mind of James Hudnall’s _Espers_. But since I’m an old and forgetful forty-something, that’s not entirely a fair way to judge. Netflix tells me that I gave it four stars, which I take it to mean that I enjoyed it enough to enjoy a sequel.

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