Crossover (2006)



Critic Consensus: This heartfelt but incompetent, cliche-ridden sports picture is the cinematic equivalent of an airball.

Movie Info

Director Preston A. Whitmore II brings the thrill of the street to the big screen with a fast-moving tale of underground basketball that proves no matter what team you play for, in the end it's all about how much game you've got. The stroke of midnight has sounded and the crowd has gathered; it's time for some basketball. Forget about the rules of the NBA, though, and throw those college credentials out the window because they don't mean a thing in this court. In a converted rail station, the … More

Rating: PG-13 (for sexual content and some language)
Genre: Drama, Action & Adventure
Directed By:
Written By: Preston A. Whitmore II
In Theaters:
On DVD: Feb 20, 2007
Box Office: $7.0M
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Critic Reviews for Crossover

All Critics (63) | Top Critics (25)

A real air ball, so poorly scripted that most of the major plot developments occur offscreen.

Full Review… | December 26, 2006
Chicago Reader
Top Critic

I hated this movie. It's a piece of junk.

Full Review… | September 5, 2006
Ebert & Roeper
Top Critic

An end-of-summer throwaway that resembles last year's Supercross in its naked ineptitude and willingness to cut corners at every turn.

Full Review… | September 2, 2006
AV Club
Top Critic

Much as they would like it to, basketball can't save the youthful inner-city players here. Nor does the ultra-fast-paced street version of the sport save this movie from predictability and tedium.

Full Review… | September 1, 2006
USA Today
Top Critic

Just a few more tweaks and Crossover could have been something special -- a truly terrible movie to savor for the ages. But nooo, this street ball movie has to settle for middle-of-the-road badness.

Full Review… | September 1, 2006
Washington Post
Top Critic

You can't blame Crossover for being comfortable with its own clichés. It's so blatantly formulaic that it actually grows on you if you don't dismiss it in the first five minutes.

Full Review… | September 1, 2006
Seattle Times
Top Critic

Audience Reviews for Crossover


Dialogue needed to be BELIEVABLE to keep me interested whenever the performers talked.The only one that held my interest whenever he spoke was Wayne Brady (Vaughn) even though he was the sinister mind in this flick...Anthony Mackie (Tech) shining moments were brilliantly portrayed in this movie...and the basketball moves were slickly portrayed. I liked this flick. Add another star if you are a Holcombe Rucker Park streetball fan ( NYC )!

Fascade Fiveoneeight

Super Reviewer


Ooooooooh boy, I bet not many of the actors in this one openly admit to being in it. Just plain badly done. Writing was awful, direction was awful, and if I want to see acting this bad again, I'll go to a high school play. The lone bright spot was Lil JJ. He was entertaining.

Robert Cotterman

This movie was alright, it was kind of boring at parts and the basketball scenes get old fast but the movie isn't horrible.

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