Crossing Over

2009, Drama, 1h 54m

110 Reviews 50,000+ Ratings

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Crossing Over is flagrant and heavy-handed about a situation that deserves more deliberate treatment, and joins its characters with coincidences that strain believability. Read critic reviews

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As an agent with Immigration and Customs Enforcement in Los Angeles, Max Brogan (Harrison Ford) is a daily witness to struggles of those who try to cross U.S. borders in search of a better life. For Brogan and his associates, the impact of immigration goes beyond their jobs and defines their lives. Among many people whose lives intersect with theirs are a Mexican factory worker, a British musician and a Korean teen.

Cast & Crew

Ray Liotta
Cole Frankel
Ashley Judd
Denise Frankel
Cliff Curtis
Hamid Baraheri
Jim Sturgess
Gavin Kossef
Summer Bishil
Taslima Jahangir
Alice Eve
Claire Shepherd
Melody Khazae
Zahra Baraheri
Wayne Kramer
Screenwriter
Michael Beugg
Executive Producer
Mark Isham
Original Music
Jim Whitaker
Cinematographer
Arthur Coburn
Film Editing
Toby Corbett
Production Design
Kristin M. Burke
Costume Design
Peter Borck
Art Director
Linda Lee Sutton
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Audience Reviews for Crossing Over

  • Sep 27, 2016
    Awful attempt at installing progressive propaganda in the form of a piece of trash they call a movie, It was impossible to emphasise with any of the obnoxious characters, they don't belong in a free country.
    Sylvester K Super Reviewer
  • Sep 09, 2011
    I am going to have to thoroughly describe the viewing of this epic as : "One tough as nails pill to swallow" totally on account of all of the circumstances of where I have heard over the years about the horror stories I have heard about the border patrol in LA / Mexico on what they do. Here is a film that not only shows what the border patrol does...but shows what the imigrant goes through to get the coveted : "Green Card"...See this, it is a gripping memorable saga.
    Fascade F Super Reviewer
  • Oct 17, 2010
    Amazing film. The film reminded me of movies like Crash, Traffic, and Babel. The film has a great ensemble and everyone in the cast shines. I definitely recommend this film.
    Sol C Super Reviewer
  • Oct 15, 2010
    Earnest - perhaps TOO earnest - trying to be the <i>Crash</i> or <i>Traffic</i> over the issue of immigration. Multistory approach with intertwining threads grows tiresome with only a couple stories really standing out. Same goes for the acting, Ray Liotta's contribution notably awful and in the diner delivers the fakest laugh I've ever heard. Still, I have secondhand experience with how messed-up the issue of citizenship is and <i>Crossing Over</i> attempts to illustrate the shortcomings within the system and does include a few undeniably powerful moments.
    Doctor S Super Reviewer

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