• gurududa

    ★★★★ Watched by gurududa 12 Apr, 2014

    Radovan: What the fuck? Milo, you said there was only one body. Who's that guy?
    Milo: An Albanian.
    Radovan: Then it's okay.

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  • Ed Glendenning

    ★★★★★ Added by Ed Glendenning

    After having seen the first two of the Pusher trilogy this one remained in the 'to watch' pile for some time afterward. Its not that I didn't enjoy the others (Which I did. Vastly) Its just somehow this one never grabbed me and I couldn't imagine where the series could go next.

    This is arguably the best of the lot. More claustrophobic, more engaging character, more impending doom and a bigger to-do list for Milo.

    If you liked the other…

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  • Shaun Heenan

    ★★★½ Watched by Shaun Heenan 30 Mar, 2014

    I wasn't really prepared for how gruesome this one gets. A good close to a good trilogy. Changing the protagonist in each film really helps to make each of them feel different.

    I'm glad Refn seems to have gotten the drug storylines out of his system with these movies. That's the one thing that does become a little tiresome.

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  • fatpie42

    ★★★½ Rewatched by fatpie42 02 Aug, 2013

    The last in the Danish "Pusher Trilogy" and left me really hoping they make another one. Each Pusher movie has been based around a different character and this time we instantly recognise Milo as the drug lord from the previous two films (possibly Serbian - though I'm not sure).

    The movie opens with Milo at an addicts anonymous group seemingly committed to staying off the drugs though it quickly becomes clear that he hasn't given up dealing. As with Pusher…

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  • wheathusker

    ★★★½ Watched by wheathusker 03 Mar, 2014

    I really liked the Milo character in previous films and was excited to see that this one was going to follow him. He seemed like such a genuinely polite and honorable person, but also extremely dangerous and frightening. His drug addiction initially seemed a bit out of character and I assumed going to the meetings was some sort of con, but in the end it really deepened him by showing his hidden and out of control side. He seemed so…

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  • Luis Valenzuela

    ★★★ Watched by Luis Valenzuela 10 Sep, 2013

    I appreciate what Refn tried to do with the formula of narrating all the chaotic events that happened in the course of one day but the ending felt really anticlimatic. The acting was solid and Zlatko Buric did a fine job as the protagonist struggling with his drug addiction and many different problems but this one is the chapter I enjoyed the least. I expected a better conclusion for the trilogy but it wasn´t a bad film.

    Nevertheless, Nicolas Winding…

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  • David Pearce

    ★★★★ Watched by David Pearce 31 Jan, 2014

    "You're getting old. If you want to survive, you have to deal with the new generation."

    There are many words I can use to describe the Pusher trilogy but I feel this film, the last instalment, is the first time I can describe it as great. I’m the Angel of Death is the tragic tale of Milo, the boss villain from the previous two films, as he faces the harsh reality that he's too old for the business. This film…

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  • Spencer Howard

    ★★★★½ Watched by Spencer Howard 25 Jan, 2014

    Finished the trilogy in less than a week. It's an amazing accomplishment as a whole. Milo being the through-line and the last empty criminal was a good move. The series will stick with me. As much as I like Refn's stylistic films, I'm looking forward to something as narratively strong from him in the future.

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  • Tyler Johnson

    ★★★★½ Watched by Tyler Johnson 20 Jan, 2014

    Following two great films with enticing leads, my expectations were lowered significantly when I found out Mads Mikkelsen wasn't in this film after having a very solid most appearance in the first, and quite easily the best performance in the second.

    My apprehensiveness towards Zlatko Buric in the lead role quickly diminished. Refn & Zlatko managed to take the ambiguous simplicity of the Milo in the first film and humanize him in a way that I didn't see possible. He's not…

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  • Esa Töykkälä

    ★★★ Watched by Esa Töykkälä 18 Jan, 2014

    Definitely the funniest one of the whole trilogy. Not because of the most ridicilous fake blood ever, but because Milo is such a sleazy, tragicomical character.

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  • russman

    ★★★ Watched by russman 03 Jan, 2014

    What a great cook

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  • jddunlop

    ★★★½ Watched by jddunlop 18 Aug, 2013

    Milo - a great "hang-dog" hitter

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