Editor’s note: The Pusher remake hits limited screens today, so please imbibe this quality review from our Fantastic Fest coverage, first posted on September 30, 2012. Despite what many movie fans might tell you, remakes are not inherently evil. Some movies had good ideas but couldn’t execute them properly, some...
- By Andrew Robinson
- September 12, 2012
When Frank (Richard Coyle) gets word of a big deal that could help him step up in his drug dealing business, he decides to take the risk and borrows £50,000 worth of drugs from a big kingpin named Milo (Zlatko Buric). Of course, something goes wrong, and Frank leaves the deal...