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And to think that people who liked the movie have the nerve to say the people who didn't just didn't "get it".
The message of racial stereotypes and how easy it is for everyone of every race to make generalizations about people of other ethnicities.
There are way too many characters, every single one of them based on racial stereotypes and its misconceptions.
Great movie that attacks the racism and prejudices in the U.S. with several independent characters who all come to relate each other by the end.Published 4 days ago by robert spear
Crash is a somewhat true view of racial relations in LA. The movie has all the twists and turns that one can imagine involving racial stereotypes and out-of-step stereotypes. Read morePublished 9 days ago by Carl Robinson
I can't think of any other movie that so deftly weaves together so many compelling stories. I watch it again and again.Published 11 days ago by Robert L. Bamberg
It is phenominal display of the prejudice and stereotyping and the aftermath of its effects.Published 20 days ago by CHANTEL
This movie captures the racial, gender, class issues that still exist in the US. It is a good teaching tool as and it has helped me to demonstrate for my students what these issues... Read morePublished 24 days ago by Bonisile Ntlemeza
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The thing to understand is that all of this had to do with linking Crash and Brokeback Mountain. While BBM truly deserved Best Picture, beyond the homophobia, contriving this controversy fueled sales of Crash. Would anyone be thinking about Crash now if BBM or any of the other films won instead?... Read More
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|I didn't like it one bit, it was way too contrived...||
Agreed...can't bring myself to see it again, just for the sake of discussion. Ponderous, corny, tell-it-all lines like the opener: "People in L.A. live in all this glass and steel...they crash into each other just to feel something," UGH!!
Am I supposed to be moved by the girl... Read More
Mar 2, 2007 by Paul Bowles | See all 9 posts
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The issue isn't so much _what_ this movie says, as _how_ it says it. It is appallingly contrived and amateurish. Had it been a six-hour TV miniseries, with the time to develop the characters and their relationships, it could have been an outstanding film.
Oct 13, 2007 by William Sommerwerck | See all 3 posts
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Looks like that hasn't gone so well.
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