Cherry Crush (2007)

Original Title : Cherry Crush
Director : Nicholas DiBella
Writer : Nicholas DiBella
Paul Root
Genre : Drama
Country : USA
Language : English
Producer : Tiersa Dennis, Jamie Foehner, Gary A. Knaak, Gary A. Knaak, Kathy Kristich, Bill Lang, Jennifer Nickson, Marc Wax
Music : Joe Kaltenbach
Photography : Tim Wainwright
Distributor : First Look International, Fabrication Films, Phoenicia Pictures
MPAA Rating : Rated R for language, some sexuality and nudity.
IMDB ID : 0473464
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Cherry Crush (2007) - Nicholas DiBella


Nikki Reed Shay Bettencourt
Jonathan Tucker Jordan Wells
Julie Gonzalo Desiree Thomas
Michael O'Keefe Detective Griffin
Haviland Morris Julia Wells
Dennis Boutsikaris Ben Wells
Frank Whaley Wade Chandling
Alessa Neeck Abbey
Christopher Jon Martin Jake Miles (as Christopher Martin)
Patricia Lewis Browne Older Woman
Billy Powell Chemistry Teacher
Thomas Tripiciano Dean Robert Mullen
Nick Lang Wide Receiver
Ferdinand Jay Smith DA Thomas (as Ferdinand J. Smith)
Sarah Anderson Waitress
Sally Cohen News Announcer
Doug Emblidge News Announcer
Arthur Brown Detective
Mason Taylor Moore Detective
Howard Jacobson Auctioneer
Rylyn Juliano Auction Model
Angela Ryck Violin Student
Elena Ryck Violin Student
Stephen Ryck Violin Student
Stephen Hunt Detective
Jill Rittinger Music Teacher
Dina Corsetti Board Member
David Shakes Board Member
Kristin Vahl Photo girl
Sarah Cassano Photo girl
Tetyana Kamenyeva Photo girl
James DiBella Quarterback
Nicolette Hart Tarra
Brooke Mayer Trish


Jordan Wells, a talented, seventeen-year-old photographer struggles between falling in line with his father's plans for his future and following his desire to pursue photography. After he gets throw out of his upscale prep school for taking provocative pictures of some of the girls in his class, he transfers into a public school and becomes involved with Shay, a beautiful girl from the other side of the tracks. As the passion of their relationship heats up, Jordan soon finds himself an accessory to murder --twice.


Not generally the type of movie our family would go see, but went to see it because of local interest and were pleasantly surprised by how the storyline gripped and carried us right to the very end, interestingly even more so during our 2nd viewing! Clever, respectful and tasteful use of violence, minor profanity with artful sexuality that was not insulting to our intelligence. The storyline is very strong right from the beginning which helps to draw one into the film carrying us through the slips and slides of clever turns until two hours are gone and the film is over. And you are ready for the sequel. Then you start thinking of all of your friends who you want to share the film is that kind of movie. We definitely recommend seeing this will be entertained and will leave the theater with a, "Wow, that was good!"
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Cherry Crush (2007) - Nicholas DiBella