CRASH **1/2 Sex and automobile accidents? No thanks, I'll pass. Crash is one of David Cronenberg's most controversial films and it's easy to see why. Although the sex could be more graphic than it is, there's still plenty of it throughout the film, which has virtually no plot whatsoever. James Spader plays a director who is involved in a car accident and has an affair with the woman (Holly Hunter) in the other vehicle. He is introduced to Vaughan (Elias Koteas), who shows him the wonderful world of "crashing." :eek2: Now, I love Cronenberg, but I just couldn't get into this. First of all, the film was very uninvolving. Add to that the fact that there is a new sex scene practically every ten to fifteen minutes (or so it seems), including one between Spader and Koteas (!). It wouldn't be a bad thing at all if only it didn't damage the film itself, which it does in my opinion. I thought it was mildly interesting but overall I don't think I would watch it again. But for people who are into Cronenberg, I recommend they watch it at least once if only for the experience of watching it. By the way, this review was for the uncut NC-17 version, which apparently has more sex than the R version, which I haven't seen.