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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    It wasn't terrible...

    ...but what I did like about the film was the demonstration of the failure of communication in our society today. So many bad things come as a result of the wrong interpretation of what someone says or does which does lead to racism and prejudice sometimes. People still have problems with seeing others as they truly are despite their color and/or their culture. Listen and seek the truth - don't make up your own truths because they could be wrong.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    This movie "crashed".

    I like the performances of Thandie Newton, Sandra Bullock and Terrence Howard, but I wouldn't say this movie deserves to win "Best Picture".It's good as a rental or waiting to watch it on cable or satellite, but I wouldn't pay $10 to see it.There were too many things happening at once that it is hard to follow the flow of the storyline, unless it was intentional by the director and the screenwriter.However, the story about people from different races and different walks of life "crashed" when they are left to face their prejudices is a good plot.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Disappointing. Not worthy of Best Picture

    Definitely not better than The Constant Gardner. Good rental, not a good Oscar pick. Too many stories going on to fully develop any of them to the point where you really cared. The acting was just ok...I was expecting more.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Just a notch above a tv movie of the week....

    I guess most people who've seen this movie and rated it so high as 5 stars must not get out much or read the newspapers or walk the streets or they don't watch many quality movies. Granted we are bombarded with violence and hate and ethnic slurs and the war on terror and the likes on a regular basis, we all know about drugs, drugs and more drugs, we all know about hollywood and those glamourous people and all their needs but man does this movie really think that they are showing us something new we haven't been drilled and beat over the head with on TV and the print media daily? Are the people responsible for making this rehash that stupid that they think we are viewing the second coming right on the screen before us?? Do they thing we need some magic dust or invisible healing hands to help us find our ways through this bad land we all share called America? Thanks but no thanks, maybe LA thinks this is how we all live and relate to one another and have a happy ending here and there but please, there were so many better movies out there much more worthy of praise. This one didn't even get nominated for a Golden Globe Best Picture award, hardly made a dent in any of the best of the year critics awards during the past several months, came and quickly went at the movie theaters, why wasn't it critically praised during its first time out? If it was that good in this day and age of media overkill how did we all manage to miss this revelation on human interactions?? Crash came out of nowhere and stole the show and will always be remembered for doing just that. The Best Movie of the year will do just fine, it didn't need the academy to vote its merits, the people of this country and the critics all chose the most daring outstanding film already, it will live a long life along side the classics of our time, it didn't need any help from all those old time academy voters sitting in seclusion waiting to pass on, it was decided months earlier, which movie people talked about long after they left the theater. It wasn't Crash.

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    Posted February 28, 2010

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