You have a point there. I agree that Crash wasn't something special, but at least they tried. Oh, well. Everyone has their own tastes.
I've seen it. And my first question after the film was: What's so revolutionary? What is scandalous? What is so contraversial? All I see is a relationship between two cowboys who have random people popping into their lives, not knowing what were they doing with them, themselves. Like for instance, when the first cowboy got divorced, he met a waitress in this bar. They 'danced' and then they somehow started to go around together. 10 minutes later, she walks up to him in a bar and starts talking to him about how women need love and so on and so on, leaving us and him in confusion, asking: "What is she talking about? What happened?" After this, my only hope was left that these two guys might impress me, but my hopes were just shadows of their former light. The film was pretty boring from that point on to me.
I hope I didn't insult someone, but that's what I think. It wasn't so bad, but I believed that Ang Lee could have made it better.
I agree. The Hulk was one of the worst fillm, I have ever had the chance to watch. Not only did they have very bad acting, but they based the entire story around that how Hulk goes rampant and throws tanks and cars around.
Again, I agree.