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|Rating:||R (for sexuality and language)|
|Genre:||Drama, Romance, Art House & International, Mystery & Suspense, Comedy|
|Directed By:||John McKay, Allison Maclean, Alison Maclean|
|Written By:||John McKay|
|In Theaters:||Apr 5, 2002 Wide|
|On DVD:||Aug 27, 2002|
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Critic Reviews for Crush
While McKay's debut feature is witty, weepy and easy on the eyes, it never lets the obligation to entertain interfere with the messy flow of human responses.
There are as many misses as hits, but ultimately, it finds humor in the foibles of human behavior, and it's a welcome return to the roots of a genre that should depend on surprises.
Anyone who suffers through this film deserves, at the very least, a big box of consolation candy.
Feels like the first reel of Bridget Jones's Diary spliced onto Othello.
Audience Reviews for Crush
Hard movie to get through. Pretty okay movie though.
It starts out rather light and entertaining, and then it abruptly evolves into a dark and rather heavy melodrama. It is certainly well acted, and the acting makes up for some of the slow stretches. There are a few odd scenes, which prevent it from being too predictable. Overall though, it just doesn't quite gel.
An excellent movie for single women over 30. Kenny Doughty makes my mouth water as Andie MacDowells much younger lover.
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