Seems to devolve into a season's worth of hokey compacted episodes, with every 15 minutes showcasing a dramatic device more outlandishly cheesy than the last!
Owen Gleiberman — Entertainment Weekly
A four-character story with four characters worth watching!
Janet Maslin — New York Times
A fast-paced, twisty-turny, high-fiving, but ultimately spiraling disaster of a movie!
Desson Thomson — Washington Post
Mediocre scripting and direction!
Michael Atkinson — Village Voice
(Pushing Tin movie review at Houston Chronicle)
Dean Essner — Houston Chronicle
(Pushing Tin movie review at New York Magazine)
Peter Rainer — New York Magazine
John Cusack and Billy Bob Thornton take hold of a scene and shake it awake and make it live.
Roger Ebert — Chicago Sun-Times
A slick, fast film!
Michael Wilmington — Chicago Tribune
(Pushing Tin movie review at Chicago Reader)
Jonathan Rosenbaum — Chicago Reader
(Pushing Tin movie review at Minneapolis Star Tribune)
Jeff Strickler — Minneapolis Star Tribune
A textured, smashingly original dark comedy!
Susan Stark — Detroit News
It plays like a magazine article: some interesting facts, no drama. Not many laughs either, in case director Mike Newell thought he was making a comedy.
Bob Fenster — Arizona Republic
A lively flight!
Todd McCarthy — Variety
Pushing Tin loses track of itself, and the source of its dramatic, manic energy.
Norman Green — Film.com
(Pushing Tin movie review at Globe and Mail)
Dean Essner — Globe and Mail
(Pushing Tin movie review at Salon.com)
Stephanie Zacharek — Salon.com
(Pushing Tin movie review at ReelViews)
James Berardinelli — ReelViews
(Pushing Tin movie review at Los Angeles Times)
Kenneth Turan — Los Angeles Times
(Pushing Tin movie review at Sight and Sound)
Dean Essner — Sight and Sound
(Pushing Tin movie review at Sacramento News & Review)
Mark Halverson — Sacramento News & Review
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