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Writer Nick Eliot (Cary Elwes) moves to a new city for a magazine job and rents a room in the house of Cliff (Kurtwood Smith) and Liv Forrester (Gwynyth Walsh), whose 14-year-old daughter, Adrian (Alicia Silverstone), instantly makes her attraction to Nick clear. While Nick romances photographer Amy Maddik (Jennifer Rubin) at work, he has trouble fending off Adrian's advances. As her obsession with Nick grows, Adrian becomes angry at being rejected and starts attacking his property and friends.

Cast & Crew

Cary Elwes
Nick Eliot
Alicia Silverstone
Adrienne Forrester
Kurtwood Smith
Cliff Forrester
Gwynyth Walsh
Liv Forrester
Andrew Airlie
Dr. Pollard
Alan Shapiro
Screenwriter
Gary Barber
Executive Producer
Bruce Surtees
Cinematographer
Ian Crafford
Film Editor
Graeme Revell
Original Music
Michael Bolton
Production Design
Eric Fraser
Art Director
Paul Joyal
Set Decoration
Sharon Purdy
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Critic Reviews for The Crush

All Critics (29) | Top Critics (7) | Fresh (7) | Rotten (22)

Audience Reviews for The Crush

  • Apr 01, 2012
    Alicia Silverstone's strong, sexy, and crazy performance is the reason to see this above-thriller. This is one of those movies that if you see it right now, your going to say: "It's like watching a Lifetime Channel movie" and "Ohh I've seen it all before". But back then in 1993, it wasn't like that, this movie was at least a little original sense now we see these kinds of movies everywhere. Cary Elwes does a fine job playing the guy who almost gets seduced by a young, crazy Silverstone. The Crush is a good thriller, with great performances from its leads, a predictable story, good use of suspense, which makes it a good time, but most people would use the movie to be "formulaic" if they saw it in this year.
    Angel G Super Reviewer
  • Jan 14, 2012
    What a pathetic movie. It was predictable form start to finish. There was nothing that scared you or even give you any chills. It's nit a mystery, i don't even know what genre it belongs to. The final carrasel scene was purely pitiful. Theonlyreason it got 1.5 is the acting and somewhat spooky end. Don't waste your time on it though
    Daniel D Super Reviewer
  • Oct 15, 2011
    An ok movie. here are movies that are 10 times better than this one.
    Cassie H Super Reviewer
  • Sep 10, 2009
    Alicia Silverstone was in a TV movie, but "The Crush" was her first major movie, and she did a great job. She plays as a 14 year old girl who has an obsessive crush on her new babysitter, a 28 year old journalist (Cary Elwes). The guy tells her that he's not interested because she's too young, but she just won't give up with her obsessive crush, and ends up getting him in major trouble. "The Crush" isn't one of my favorite movies of all time, but it is a good movie to watch. It has a great acting and it's even a little bit suspenseful at times. I recommend anybody to at least watch "The Crush," if not buy it. NOTE: That was my Amazon review from the year 2001.
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