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At that point, this otherwise splendid comedy-drama turns almost fatally silly and hits additional turbulence by lapsing into a predictable series of pat resolutions. Fortunately, the jazzy cast avoids a nosedive into the tarmac, and if you recall Blanchett's Oscar-nominated performance in Elizabeth, you'll be amazed by her flawless transformation into a smart and sweetly devoted New Jersey housewife. Dialogue is a major asset here, and the script (by TV veterans Glen and Les Charles) gives Cusack & co. plenty to chew on. That makes Pushing Tin a breezy good time, and its flaws are easily forgiven. --Jeff Shannon
What can i say... 'Watch it', you'll find that you dont know what to think of it. I'll give you the speedy low-down, fantastic acting, great scenes, suspense, boobs, original story and competition. Now the interesting stuff. John Cussack rocks and this just shows how much. Both he and Billy-B take control of hundreds of lives throughout this film and pretty much show us how much fun can be had whilst doing so.
This film is all over the place, but still really easy to follow. It makes exciting Tele and a good anytime film (i.e. watch it alone, or with a room full of mates). Its full of intelligent conversations and jokes, but still has the all american 'im better than you' sort of atmosphere.
Confused... I was it took me months to decide wether i like this or not, during this time i watched it loads of times and finally decided that it rocks. Also if anyone who has seen it, could tell me if that really happens, when you play chicken with a plane, I would be very grateful. See this buy this do whatever you must to get the ideas this film portrays into your previously virgin mind!