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Ratings & Reviews

  1. Louis Robert's rating of the film Crash

    Ah la quête insatiable de ressentir des émotions! Ici on pousse ce concept à sa limite avec un weird fétiche sexuel sur les accidents de voiture. J'ai comme une envie d'avoir un crash tout à coup.

  2. Christopher M. Jones's rating of the film Crash

    Fantastic mood and aesthetics but may have benefited from a plot

  3. ñiñiñi's rating of the film Crash

    ahora me calientan los choques

  4. Amandio Filipe Moura's rating of the film Crash

  5. Pill Yun's rating of the film Crash

    Here's the prophecy : the cars must be crashed, the cracks must be revealed, and everyone must be fucked. Shot-by-shot structures are cryptic and intact. The camera angles, slow travelings, juxtapositions... Just crazy.

  6. El Biffo's rating of the film Crash

    Terrifying to imagine what the insurance premiums must be like for the people in this story!

  7. Z's rating of the film Crash

    Has the same fetishistic, focused, intense repetition as the novel. Spader's Ballard stumbles upon a perverse subculture that subsumes and ultimately comes to define his sexuality. Cronenberg comprehends the cold, scaly, sexual inquiry that Ballard is engaged in. A cinematic provacateur with a clinical eye for detail takes on a writer who is part fantasist, part prophet. Pleasure, pain and sexualized machine merge.

  8. unearthly_red's rating of the film Crash

    watching this is like being transfixed while doing something that you know is wrong but can't stop. in the words of Roger Ebert, i admired it but i can't say i "liked" it.

  9. Leif Erikson's rating of the film Crash

    The car crash is a fertilizing rather than a destructive event.

  10. Yumi Kaioh's rating of the film Crash

  11. FISCHER's rating of the film Crash

    Déjà le roman d'anticipation de J.G. Ballard irradiait de tous ses mots et ses douleurs cette expérience ultime de la jouissance extatique et funèbre avec un brio certain et une rare conviction. David Cronenberg la prolonge et la complémentarise visuellement, avec une feutrée et luisante efficacité. www.cinefiches.com

  12. ammar's rating of the film Crash

  13. VincentVendetta's rating of the film Crash

    According to André Bazin and Jacques Rivette, there are two subjects in cinema that should only be approached in fear and shivering, in which its representation is automatically obscene: sex, and death. In Crash, David Cronenberg superimposes the beautiful and the macabre, pushing both of them into their tragic climax. It is his most disturbing film - which says a lot - but also his best directed.

  14. rllr's rating of the film Crash

    Taking my scratched up VW Polo for a ride right now. Let me know if I have to pick you up.

  15. pietroz's rating of the film Crash

    This is like a littlelittle part of a bigger Matthew Barney film

  16. Mtume Gant's rating of the film Crash

    Ehh....just not much else going on other than high amount of sex in it. Gets redundant

  17. jonijtr's rating of the film Crash

    A Cronenberg Love Story, with car crashes

  18. Jim Fear's rating of the film Crash

    Aesthetics and adrenaline.

  19. Marcelo Fornari's rating of the film Crash

    Everything is so intriguing and fascinating in this film. It's unique.

  20. bagno's rating of the film Crash

  21. Arf's rating of the film Crash

    Morbosità a livelli estremi, Cronenberg è sempre una garazia alla cinepresa

  22. smndvdcl's rating of the film Crash

    A JG Ballard (that post-modern provacateur) novel that is almost 'unadaptable'. As an exploration into monomania that escalates towards sexual deviances, it is quite the disturbing literary and (thanks to this Cronenberg adaptation) spectating experience. The core of the novel's dystopia (an allegory of the perversity of capitalism) remains the book's and film's beating heart.

  23. ofNatalie LA's rating of the film Crash

    I hated it, the wife character especially, being emptily-mysterious. It did come back to me after, the nihilistic allure of the crash. I don't relate to fetishes that involve disfiguring self-harm though.

  24. HKFanatic's rating of the film Crash

    Violent emissions. Just as J.G. Ballard located the inherent eroticism in the bodies of mangled autos, here in his own medium director David Cronenberg tracks the inherent cinematic nature of car crashes. It's debatable whether a film adaptation could ever truly capture the sense of nocturnal dystopia that permeates every page of Ballard's novel, but there's no questioning Cronenberg's fealty to his source material.

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