Movie Review for Pusher 2
Movie Review for
6 Reviews total.
Release date: 2006
Run length: Unknown.
The second part of Nicholas Winding Refn's trilogy sees Tony (Mads Mikkelsen) out of jail and determined not to stray into a life of crime once again. But the bitter reality of Tony's situation makes it hard for him to resist the lure of some easy drug money.
Reviews of Pusher 2
of rec.arts.movies.reviews (7/0)
Second in a trilogy about Copenhagen drug dealers. Sardonic comedy in the "Goodfellas" vein.
of Cinema Signals (3/4) No reference
There's virtually no limit to how far Mikkelsen's sorry, sad character will go when he's pushed, ...
of Los Angeles Times (3/4) No reference
In Refn's skilled street-realist hands, the child becomes a potent, wailing metaphor for Tonny's ...
of Onion AV Club (3/4) No reference
Works best when it's dwelling on the disconnect between Mikkelsen's lurid imagination and his dis...
of Reeling Reviews (3/4) No reference
...in many ways resembles 2005's Cannes winner L'Enfant another film about a posturing street thu...
Harvey S. Karten
of Compuserve (3/4) Not Reachable
Part of a trilogy about Copenhagen criminals, this one features a terrific performance by a Vin-D...