Drama • NC-17 • 1996 • 1 hr 40 min
Insane insane INSANE premise for a movie and it’s executed SO DAMN GOOD. If you like dark humor, you’ll love this
Before you dismiss this movie after reading reviews that are possibly negative, consider the fact that you could enjoy it if they hated it
An absolutely brilliant adaptation of J.G. Ballard’s challenging book.
Likely the most sexual film I've seen, including pornos. Great performances and direction.
Hard to watch, it's not fun, the actors are Nicole Kidman-esque cold but fit the disturbing premise and content perfectly. No rewatch ever.
Intriguing, bold, and well-done filmmaking.
a perverse and thrilling meander through a fictional seedy underbelly. directorial voice at its best. how a weird idea SHOULD be executed.
Erotic and almost nihilistic yet it is altogether earthy and human. Well done Cronenberg, well done.
Melds erotica and Cronenbergian freakishness in an unforgettable trip.
Crash is definitely an odd movie but a good kind of odd. Not cronoenbergs best but definitely not the worse
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