Crush Reviews

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May 18, 2018
Explicit romance; unsupportive friends.
December 30, 2006
October 1, 2003
August 20, 2002
July 20, 2002
Mixes slapstick, poignancy, tragedy and sophisticated wit.
May 31, 2002
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.
May 31, 2002
...the plot is so mechanical it squeaks.
May 17, 2002
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.
April 25, 2002
Anyone who suffers through this film deserves, at the very least, a big box of consolation candy.
April 19, 2002
Feels like the first reel of Bridget Jones's Diary spliced onto Othello.
April 19, 2002
It treats women like idiots.
April 19, 2002
It should have been delicious; instead, it's like lukewarm tea -- neither hot nor cold, and definitely unappealing.
April 19, 2002
Ostensibly celebrates middle-aged girl power, even as it presents friendship between women as pathetic, dysfunctional and destructive.
April 19, 2002
[MacDowell] ventures beyond her abilities several times here and reveals how bad an actress she is.
April 18, 2002
Even when Crush departs from the 4W formula ... it feels like a glossy rehash.
April 18, 2002
Despite some jaunty performances and its pretty Cotswolds locale, the film, in the end, is hardly a pleasure at all.
April 18, 2002
A guilty pleasure.
April 18, 2002
Most of Crush is a clever and captivating romantic comedy with a welcome pinch of tartness.
April 18, 2002
For women who smoke and drink like fiends, the trio of pre-owned babes in this weirdly rotten femme-porn romance have awfully good, unwrinkled complexions.
April 12, 2002
The movie does its best to work us over, with second helpings of love, romance, tragedy, false dawns, real dawns, comic relief, two separate crises during marriage ceremonies, and the lush scenery of the Cotswolds.
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