This article discusses the ending of the Hulu film Crush, which will contain spoilers.
Ready Steady Cut film critic M.N. Miller said about Crush, “Cute, but fails to go beyond rom-com cliches that make Crush customary and predictable.“
Hulu’s Crush tells a tale as classic as time. This teen romantic-comedy revolves its story around a high school student, Paige (Snow Piercer’s Rowan Blanchard), trying to get into a prestigious art program, until her future is placed in danger when she is suspended for being the infamous graffiti artist known as King Pun. It doesn’t matter that they have no evidence other than friends speculating on social media that she may be the one. To get out of the predicament, she makes a deal with the Principal (Moonshot‘s Michelle Buteau) to play on the track team for Coach Murray (Aasif Mandvi), and investigate who is the real King Pun. If she cannot find out within a few weeks, she will be suspended.
This may make it look like Paige is a rebel, but she is nothing but a house mouse. Her mother (Megan Mullally) considers herself her daughter’s best friend and is openly accepting of her sexuality. So open, she encourages her to buy a bigger vibrator as she pulls hers out of the dishwasher, freshly cleaned. (What she did was mistake her extensive erase for a sex toy). Paige is openly gay and very comfortable in her skin. And so is most everyone in the school may point to psychosocial identity in today’s youth or look at life with rose-colored glasses. She has a lifelong crush on Gabby (Isabella Ferreria), and she is the other reason she joins the track team. But Coach Murray assigns her twin sister, AJ (Auli’i Cravalho), to help coach her and get her up to speed.
Hulu film Crush ending explained
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