Crush (I) (2001)

R   |    |  Comedy, Romance, Drama


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Three female friends behave badly.

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  • Andie MacDowell and Anna Chancellor in Crush (2001)
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  • Andie MacDowell at an event for Crush (2001)
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25 November 2009 | TheLittleSongbird
6
| Nicely filmed with a talented cast, but the weak script and underdeveloped story ruin what could have been a great movie
Crush wasn't a terrible movie, but it could have been better. Instead of the great movie it had the potential to be it was a rather average movie. The film is nicely filmed, with lovely scenery and swift cinematography. The performances from the three leads Andie McDowell, Imelda Staunton and Anna Chancellor were believable in their roles, and there is a decent supporting turn from Bill Patterson. The music is lovely too, and the direction from first-time director John McKay is average.

However the film has several failings, namely the weak characterisations despite the actors' stellar performances. The script is implausible at best, and lacked wit. The plot is also predictable and contrived in places, that has been done many times and better, and there are uneven transitions from comedy into tragedy though there are many valiant attempts. There was a scene where Molly says to Kate "I can smell man on you", and I just wondered whether that was rather inappropriate to say that to another woman. There is a lack of chemistry between Kate and Jed, and the conclusion of the film is rather unsatisfying. All in all good, but could have been better. 6/10 Bethany Cox

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