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Lives in Los Angeles intersect following a random
Movie studios, by and large, avoid controversial subjects like race the way you might avoid a hive of angry bees. So it’s remarkable that Crash even got made; that it’s a rich, intelligent, and moving exploration of the interlocking lives of a dozen Los Angeles residents–black, white, latino, Asian, and Persian–is downright amazing. A politically nervous district attorney (Brendan F… More >>


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  1. Wonderful picture full of hotties (Matt Dillon, Terence Howard, Brendan Fraser, Keith David, etc.).

    I can’t wait to get the 2-Disc Special Edition set!
    Rating: 5 / 5

  2. who didn’t like this movie! As to whether or not we disliked this for the same reason, is neither here nor there. I was very very disappointed in this movie. It was a multiple story line mess of actors swearing left and right. Does using certain curse words make this story better? or give it more of a point?

    It was unnecessary! Matt Dillon, calling Matt Dillon, could you play a good guy for just once! I don’t think you’ve done this in a long time. he is the main reason i wanted to see this, it certainly would not interest me otherwise.

    This movie is full of racial slurs, and intense moments(at least I got some bit of excitement out of the torturous 2 hours).

    It is one of the few movies I’ve seen that I wanted to walk out of. Why didn’t I? I thought it would get better, and also, i was curious to see how it would all turn out.

    After all the great reviews I had heard about it, maybe i had just gone into this film with high expectations. No thumbs are risen from this movie lover. If anything, I would put this on my list of Movies that were reviewed well but really stank.

    I really want to know what it is that people liked, let alone loved about this movie. there were a lot of bad characters, a lot of car accidents, and a lot of racism. maybe, it was too real for me.

    Eileen F
    Rating: 1 / 5

  3. Watch Crash solely for the purpose of cultural diagnosis. Through its obsessive focus on the primacy of race, this movie unwittingly succeeds in exposing its inherent misanthropy. Martin Luther King’s vision of man being judged by character alone is yet again been betrayed – ironically, by those who undoubtedly believe they are upholding his legacy. No, I’m afraid not, certainly not in the bleak world of Crash, where most characters are mere automatons guided by rigidly prescribed racial agendas and offensively shallow stereotypes. Another major annoyance is the pretentious yet breathtakingly vacuous dialogue – used, of course, to give the illusion of weight and sophistication to an essentially vacuous theme. From beginning to end, Crash is thoroughly suffused with an inherently undignified view of the human being. Not a single character in this hopelessly longwinded debacle is ever able to transcend their DNA or their history. Were this to occur, the entire foundation of this movie would come crashing down. Atrocious.
    Rating: 2 / 5

  4. This DVD had the worst mix of voices from the actors and music background.If you lowered the music so as not to be offensive to your ears then you could not hear the actors speak.Very poorly done.Donot waste you money on this one.
    Rating: 1 / 5

  5. Forget Brokeback Mountain. Never have I been subjected to 2 hours and 30 minutes of torture. Watching this movie was a serious improvement. This movie actually has a plot, and while it not be very strong, it is extremely emotional and a little bit scary. Nothing makes me happyier to know that movie got best picture over BM, so watch this and forget Brokeback Mountain, the worst movie of 2005. Also highly reccomended is King Kong, another movie that actually deserved awards…
    Rating: 5 / 5

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