Stuck

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Released 2007

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Director:
Stuart Gordon
Released:
2007
Rating:
R
Stuck is a thriller movie that focuses on a woman's hit and run, and the homeless man that she hits with her car. Retirement-home caregiver Brandi Boski (Mena Suvari) strikes a homeless man, Tom (Stephen Rea), with her vehicle, and he becomes lodged in her windshield. Panicked, Brandi promises Tom that she will get him help immediately. While she's driving, she debates the situation, and comes to the conclusion that this accident will ruin her life, and makes the decision to let the man into her garage. When Tom starts to realize that he isn't going to get any help, he tries to escape, but the pain prevents him from getting out of the windshield. Brandi enlists her boyfriend Rashid (Russell Hornsby) to help her murder Tom and dispose of his body. Tom is finally able to escape the car, but is still trapped in the garage. Brandi and Rashid decide to kill Tom and burn the garage, effectively disposing of the evidence, but upon finding him escaped, have to resort to other, more violent, measures.moreless

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  • 70

    The New York Times Stephen Holden

    Stuck, while not strictly a horror film, is steeped in gore and carries a seam of mocking gallows humor as relentless as that of "Sweeney Todd."

  • 70

    Los Angeles Times

    Suvari's increasingly loopy and cruel selfishness is its own nifty moral suspense, while Rea's sad sack vibe -- he already looks like a collision victim in the pre-accident scenes ...

  • 70

    Variety Joe Leydon

    Ingeniously nasty and often shockingly funny as it incrementally worsens a very bad situation, then provides a potent payoff with the forced feeding of just desserts.

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    Drama, Horror, Suspense

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    Cult, Psychological