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Crossing the Bridge (11-Sep-1992)

Director: Mike Binder

Writer: Mike Binder

Keywords: Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Stephen Baldwin
12-May-1966   A Baldwin Brother
Abraham Benrubi
4-Oct-1969   Jerry Markovic on ER
Mike Binder
2-Jun-1958   The Upside of Anger
Josh Charles
15-Sep-1971   Dan Rydell on Sports Night
Richard Edson
1-Jan-1954   Original drummer for Sonic Youth
Jason Gedrick
7-Feb-1965   Promised Land
Ken Jenkins
28-Aug-1940   Dr. Bob Kelso on Scrubs
Thomas McCarthy
30-Jan-1966   The Station Agent
David Schwimmer
12-Nov-1966   Ross on Friends
Jeffrey Tambor
8-Jul-1944   Hank Kingsley on The Larry Sanders Show


Review by Matthew La Fond (posted on 19-Feb-2008)

As a movie critic (as we all are), this movie captured my heart in a way that few movies do. The soundtrack, casting and cinematography were one of the best I've seen. I immediately bought this movie the day after I rented it on the .99 cent rental shelf. I saw this movie in 95 and I never even heard about this movie before that. I was a senior in highschool in 92 and never seen a preview. This movie was so realistic, like it could of been any of us. Most of us stuggled and struggle coming into our adult life. There were times I could see myself in this movie. They weren't bad guys, but they needed to take a risk to try and make something. Neither of them had anything. My heart pounded as they were attempting to get back over the bridge with the drugs. I could see myself leaving the car, praying to God they let me across before they discoverd the drugs. VERY WELL DONE! I rate this as my second favorite movie right next to Rumble Fish (Matt Dillon, Mickey Rooney and several other big stars)

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