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- nabil262Mar 15, 2016by
'CRASH'.....A 'MUST SEE' MOVIE!!
BESIDES THE WONDERFUL MUSIC BY MARK ISHAM....THAT WAS JUST 'PERFECT' FOR THIS MOVIE............THIS MOVIE IS 'REALITY' AT IT'S BEST......... AND FROM THE FIRST SCENE IT OPENS WITH....EVERYTHING AFTER JUST 'EVOLVES' AROUND EVERYTHING ELSE...SO YOU HAVE TO REALLY TAKE THE WHOLE THING IN..AND WATCH..TO GET THE WHOLE STORY....- IT IS NOT ONE OF THESE 'GET UP FOR A MOMENT AND COME BACK TO IT." ...YOU MUST JUST WATCH AND LISTEN TO 'EVERYTHING GOING ON'...AND SEE HOW THE PLOT IS SO WELL WRITTEN..... I HAVE WATCHED IT OVER AND OVER AGAIN...AND LOVE IT..AND WILL CONTINUE TO DO SO... I THINK EVERYONE SHOULD SEE THIS MOVIE... IT IS A 'TASTE' OF THE REALITY IN THIS WORLD, THAT A LOT OF US WOULD "NOT LIKE TO THINK ABOUT'...... DON'T WATCH IT WHEN IT'S ON TV...THEY 'CUT OUT' A LOT OF PARTS....GET THE DVD...AND SEE THE TRAILERS...AND THE WONDERFUL MUSIC AT THE END....AWESOME!!! A MUST-SEE!!........WATCH IT...IT IS A GREAT, GREAT OSCAR-WINNING MOVIE!!! Read full review
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- countrymusic100Jan 01, 2010by
Oscar's most surprising Best Picture!
"Crash" is a 2004 American drama film, co-written, co-produced, and directed by Paul Haggis. It premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival, and was released internationally in 2005. The film is about racial and social tensions in Los Angeles. A self-described "passion piece" for director Paul Haggis, "Crash" was inspired by a real life incident in which his Porsche was carjacked outside a video store on Wilshire Boulevard in 1991. It won three Oscars for Best Picture, Best Original Screenplay and Best Film Editing of 2005 at the 78th Academy Awards. The main focal plot of this film involves a police detective with a drugged out mother and a thieving younger brother, two car thieves who are constantly theorizing on society and race, the white district attorney and his irritated and pampered wife, a racist white veteran cop who disgusts his more idealistic younger partner, a film director hits with his wife who is ashamed and humiliated by two policemen, a locksmith and his young daughter who is afraid of bullets. In 2005, "Crash" controversially won the Best Picture Oscar over the critically-favored 'Brokeback Mountain', making it the fifth film in history to win the Academy Award for Best Picture without even being nominated for the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture. The director's cut of the film was released in a 2-disc special edition DVD on April 4, 2006, with more bonus content than the one-disc set. The director's cut is 3 minutes longer than the theatrical cut. The scene where Daniel is talking with his daughter under her bed is extended and a new scene is added with Officer Hanson in the police station locker room. "Crash" remains a very solid piece of cinema, embraced by many film fanatics. Read full review
- fashionpassionf...Feb 15, 2009by
CRASHING INTO EACH OTHER JUST TO FEEL SOMETHING
Features Actors:Don Cheadle, Sandra Bullock, Matt Dillon, Jennifer Esposito, Brendan Fraser, Ludacris, Thandie Newton, Ryan Phillippe, Michael Pena, Larenz Tate Running Time:115 Min. Rating:R Genre:Drama Graham (Don Cheadle) is a detective stretched thin between fighting with his partner and girlfriend, Ria (Jennifer Esposito), carrying for his drug-addicted mother, worrying over his missing brother, and investigating a shooting between cops that may be racially motivated. Jean (Sandra Bullock) is a rich white woman who is carjacked by two young black men. While she copes with her anger and prejudice, her district attorney husband, Rick (Brendan Fraser), is trying to spin the story in such a way that he won't lose either "the black vote or the law and order vote." Anthony (Chris "Ludacris" Bridges) and Peter (Larenz Tate), the carjackers who are constantly debating race politics, accidentally run over a "Chinaman" (actually a Korean man) on their way to sell the merchandise and are later shocked to find themselves confronted by an unexpected ethical dilemma. Officer Ryan (Matt Dillon) is a racist cop with a sick father and a lot of rationalizations for his prejudice. When he pulls over an upper-class black couple, Cameron (Terrence Howard) and Christine (Thandie Newton) with his partner Officer Hanson (Ryan Phillipe), he crosses a line and intentionally humiliates them both. After this traumatic experience, Cameron gets a new perspective on his status at work as a television director and Officer Hanson commits himself to "doing the right thing" and reporting his partner, not realizing where that path will take him. Dorri (Bahar Soomekh) is a young Persian woman trying to convince her shopkeeper father (Shaun Taub) not to buy a gun for his store. He does anyway and careens toward tragedy when he sets out to take revenge on a locksmith, Daniel (Michael Peña), trying to keep his young daughter safe. This is a good movie, you have to pay attention since they go from one persons life to another.Would recommend to rent or buy.Hope this helps you decide.Thanks for reading! :) Read full review
- tybalt88May 16, 2010by
Get over the fact of the improbable nature of the chains of event and sit back and enjoy a truly excellent ensemble cast who provided career quality performances. Terrance Howard, Thandie Newton, Sandra Bullock, Brendan Fraiser, Matt Dillon, Michael Pena, Don Cheadle, Ryan Phillipe, Chris"Ludacris" Bridges, and so many more. Wow - such great acting for such small roles!
- killerdana52Oct 26, 2014by
If you haven't seen this film, you should.
When I first saw this film in the theatre I knew it would win an Oscar...and it did. It is a provocative and thought provoking film that forces the viewer to re-examine their own level of prejudices. This is an important film and, I believe, will be considered important for a very long time. An amazing cast enhances an amazing script.
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