Issues of race and gender cause a group of strangers in Los Angeles to physically and emotionally collide in this drama from director and screenwriter Paul Haggis. Graham (Don Cheadle) is a police det... read more
Directed by: Paul Haggis
Release Date: September 10, 2004
DVD Release Date: September 6, 2005
Stats: 37,699 reviews
Flixster Reviews (37,699)
May 22, 2013
Solidly entertaining racial soap opera melodrama.
May 1, 2012
This well intentioned story of intertwining lives in the cultural melting pot that is Los Angeles is an ambitious attempt to explore the grey area outside of political correctness. Nearly all of the characters display racism to various extents but it's done so in a way as to crea...
April 8, 2012fb1378820053
A Very powerful, thoughtful, complex movie about Racism and Xenophobia in America portrayed by a group of Americans who in 36 Hours all collide with each other. There is some truly Powerful scenes in this film that will stay with you for a long time after the final scene. The act...
January 7, 2012
Has some images that stays with you and a wonderful score by Mark Isham. Paul Haggis has definetly potential as a director, but his debut feature is mixed bag. It is raw and emotional, but these kind of films are beginning to be way too trendy in hollywood. It is kinda Magnolia m...
December 6, 2011fb733768972
As you are feasting your eyes on this breathtaking film, you will lose count of how many thematic elements are present. This film revolves around family and friends in the harsh times of Los Angeles. It follows many different races of characters, and when they all "crash" togethe...
October 29, 2011
Other than the Sandra Bullock/Brendan Fraser storyline (which didn't really go anywhere), this is basically a perfect movie. Most impressive to me were Don Cheadle, Thandie Newton and Michael Peņa, though this film features a great ensemble performance. Some scenes will bring you...
August 7, 2011
Very touching scenes from this slow, heart-warming and astoninshingly perfect movie.
Thandie Newton really impressed me.
August 1, 2011fb729949618
One of the most recommended movies to my friends. Hard-hitting film about the harsh world we live in.
July 18, 2011
The deserving winner of the Oscar for Best Picture in 2006 is a poignant morality study on racism, intolerance and xenophobia, so intense and powerful that it hits the most loathsome sores of society in a really unsettling way - and it can certainly make you cry and feel deeply u...
July 10, 2011
This ensemble drama is set in a snake pit universe, where each and everyone is a racist puppet. And destiny has it that these sugarcoated-for-award-committee-characters collide with each other in multiple, crisscrossing events.
More and more implausible coincidences pile up and ...
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