Crash (Widescreen Edition)
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Top Customer Reviews
This is a film that deals honestly and openly with race relations, especially as played out in America. We all harbor stereotypes, fears, judgments and yet a fascination with "the other" and we often do not realize just how this effects us and society as a whole. The movie digs deep into these emotions and draws them out brilliantly in a montage of triggers that are all woven together in a period of 24 hours in L.A.
Black, white, Puerto Rican/Mexican, Arab/Persian, mixed ethnicity, you name it, it's all in here and it's refreshingly in your face. It is for that very reason that the film is about hatred and hope, violence and redemption. Perhaps most poignantly, it is filled with all the complexity of modern life and provides no easy answers.
You will be left speechless. All of the actors, most well known, play roles that are against their "types" of roles and it is for this reason that it is perhaps so impacting and believable. It is a brilliant piece of cinema, one that should make us all realize that sanitizing culture in the name of political correctness is a time bomb.
Do not miss this film.
I appreciate that the movie didn't just deal with one ethnicity's racial problems. However, I don't like how the characters were treated. They were one dimensional, just a figure to emphasize the racial tension of that particular ethnicity. The "coincidences" that connected each story were too cliched to be believable. And I find it difficult to believe the level of blatant racism that each person in their respective scenarios encountered.
This film had so much potential, with its great cast and interesting concept. Too bad it had to beat us over the head with it.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
an extremely powerful movie that is as relevant now--or more so--than it was when it was released. very thoughtful. I wept.Published 2 days ago by Amazon Customer
This is a must see movie. It makes you think, it makes you feel, and you come away a more empathetic person.Published 2 days ago by D. Pangal
Powerful - relevant. BEvery detail strikes home. -prompts introspection re inherent/systemic/conscious & unconscious racism/stereotyping. Great castPublished 9 days ago by Lawrence L. Giventer
UNBELIEVABLE ... Everyone should be REQUIRED to see this!! Especially in light of current issues facing our country today.Published 11 days ago by P. Milczarski
Awesome movie!! The writer did a great job addressing racism, police brutality, stereotypes, crime, etc. We need more movies like Crash!Published 20 days ago by alysha
Truely an amazing movie. I just found out about it 12 years after it came out after a friend recommended it to me. Read morePublished 20 days ago by Stephanie