Imagine an incredibly attractive, intriguing, intelligent man moves in partially in your lap. Is it not natural for you to fall deeply, madly, insanely in love with him? Not quite. That is where the suspense is. You can't help but wonder, "Darian, your already unbalanced. We get that. But how far can you go with this?" Well, apparently, FAR ENOUGH. But what if you're the 30-something man who just happens to innocently rent an apartment in the backyard of a very "well-endowed" young woman? Would you not be a little interested? Of course you would be. But that feeling turns into complete panic when she unravels into a complete psychopath who is out to love you, or is out to get you. Either way, you lose. This is one of those movies that many love to hate, and the rest just love to love. "The Crush" leaves you hanging off your seat in a one-arm grip waiting for it all to unfold. Relatively new to the movie making scene, Alicia Silverstone pulls off the psychopath part off brilliantly. Cary Elwes, a well-established actor by this time, hadden't perfected his 'American' accent yet, but still does a good job. In this movie, you can cut his repressed sexual tension with a knife.