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A Jeep crash sends a vacationing couple on a creepy trip back to safety.

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Movie Reviews - 10/10 by Marsha McCreadieIt’s thrilling for even a novice fan to watch Pearce.
The Playlist - 9/10 by Kimber MyersThe Crash Reel can never be accused of being dry or boring, but Walker brings an energetic style that also complements its subject.
Slant Magazine - 8/10 by Chuck BowenIt compellingly captures a family wrestling mightily with the riddles and contradictions of a culture that promotes achievement at all costs with little thought as to what that actually means.
The Globe and Mail (Toronto) - 8/10 by Adam NaymanThe hook of The Crash Reel is that it’s about the rivalry between two famous American snowboarders, but in reality, Lucy Walker’s slickly produced documentary is about one man’s ongoing battle with himself – on and off the slopes.
Variety - 8/10 by Rob NelsonBy turns pulse-quickening and contemplative, The Crash Reel is a thoroughly winning docu portrait of former pro snowboarder Kevin Pearce.
The Hollywood Reporter - 8/10 by Justin LoweWith a keen sense of the thrills of snowboarding, a cultivated understanding of the demands of the pro circuit and genuine compassion for the casualties of the sport, Walker’s particular talent in this film is in making the general more specific.
Los Angeles Times - 8/10 by Robert AbeleThe Crash Reel asks pointed questions about hazard, reward and consequence, forcing us to look anew at the rush attached to so many high-stakes sports.
New York Daily News - 8/10 by David HinckleyWhat complicates and deepens Crash Reel, though, is that Walker doesn’t simply wag her finger like Mom telling you not to run with scissors.
Time Out London - 8/10 by Trevor JohnstonDon’t be put off by the jock-ish ‘extreme sports’ subject matter, this is an insightful, deeply affecting journey of emotional discovery beyond the thrill of speed and the roar of the crowd.
The Dissolve - 8/10 by Andrew LapinWalker edits with an eye for poeticism, and at times her choices are unbearably painful.

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