CRSHD Reviews

May 22, 2020
[A]s a calling card, "CRSHD" shows Cohn as a filmmaker with a keen understanding of youth culture.
May 15, 2020
With an adorable and joyous bubblegum aesthetic that really pops, Emily Cohn portrays young adult life in the digital age with honesty and sharp, observant humor.
May 8, 2020
At just 81 minutes, the film's sagging middle soon gives way to a zippy and very funny final act, which ties up big plot points while still hinting at more adventures to come for its charming trio.
May 7, 2020
a quirky and authentic coming-of-age story that speaks directly to social media savvy youth.
May 4, 2020
"Crshd" is a very creative, very funny, and even very moving experience. Despite the specificity of the characters, the desires and issues on hand are absolutely universal.
February 15, 2020
It's a narrative that we've seen dozens of times before, but what makes it different is the creativity in its storytelling through its use of digital media.
October 28, 2019
CRSHD is the shallow-but-fun, sex-misadventure comedy we've all been waiting for, this time (FINALLY!) made by young women and starring young women!
May 17, 2019
a charming coming-of-age comedy that manages to communicate a sweet message about friendship despite sometimes being buried by a visual barrage of texts and predictable plot conceits.
May 13, 2019
CRSHD is a great teen for whatever we're calling the current generation of teenagers and Generation Z? Whatever. This movie is made for them by one of them, and they will love it.
May 8, 2019
It's a rare movie to acknowledge that technology is not just a feature of young people's lives but often the very thing providing the fodder that drives all discussions.
May 1, 2019
Irrepressibly inventive and often impulsively unrestrained, Emily Cohn's CRSHD guilelessly celebrates digital youth culture and its sometimes messy inconsistency with abundant energy and attitude.
May 1, 2019
CRSHD may appeal to younger viewers more so than it will with older audiences.