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Format: Blu-Ray DVD
Sku: 208441057
UPC: 014381509854
UPC 14: 00014381509854
Rating: Game Rating Code
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Two Destinies Are About To Collide
Mena Suvari (American Beauty) unforgettably stars as Brandi, a hard-partying, overworked nursing assistant in this delicious, darkly humorous psychological thriller from director Stuart Gordon (Re-Animator, From Beyond). Brandi accidentally steers her car into a homeless man, movingly played by Stephen Rea (The Crying Game), sending him flying through the windshield. Not wanting to jeopardize a possible job promotion, she chooses not to get him medical help, leaving him clinging to life in her garage. But soon her psyche begins to unravel as captor and captive are pitted against each other in a bloody...even outrageous battle for survival. Director Stuart Gordon delivers what Variety called "ingeniously nasty and often shockingly funny" entertainment.

"Ingeniously nasty and often shockingly funny...  Joe Leydon, Variety
"A drum-tight, extremely grisly thriller. And odd as it may sound given the subject matter, it's also surprisingly funny.  Ken Fox, TV Guide
"A fresh and rewarding take on cinematic terror.  Matthew Sorrento, Film Threat

Editor's Note
Best known for his horror classics RE-ANIMATOR (1985), FROM BEYOND (1986), and DOLLS (1987), director Stuart Gordon turned to character-driven thrillers in the early 2000s with KING OF THE ANTS (2003) and EDMOND (2005). STUCK continues in that vein, exploring humankind's potential for cruelty toward one another. Inspired by real events, this is a bloody and disturbing revenge film with a pitch-black sense of humor and a handful of fine performances. Tom Bardo (Stephen Rea) is having a bad Friday. He's out of work and preparing for an interview at the employment agency when he is suddenly evicted from apartment. A computer glitch then causes him to spend the entire day waiting for his interview, then is turned away. With nowhere left to go, he finds himself sleeping on a park bench, only to be rousted by a cop. Enter Brandi (Mena Suvari), a corn-rowed nursing assistant heading home after a night of partying. Talking on the phone and driving under the influence, Brandi hits Tom, sending him crashing halfway through her windshield. Afraid of the consequences, she chooses to drive home, park the car in her garage, and not tell anyone. But Tom, despite this indignant end to a terrible day, still has some fight left in him.

Based on true events that occurred in 2002 in Fort Worth, Texas, STUCK boldly plays on the grim absurdity of the situation. John Strysik's smart script pokes fun at the macho posturing of thug culture and the sad implications of a society where there are no exceptions to the "no snitching" policy. Suvari gives a wild, fun performance, and Rea's likable Tom is a prototypical underdog. Funny, painful, and crowd-pleasing, this is truly and proudly a B-movie, and a worthy addition to Gordon's impressive body of work.

Technical Info

Release Information
Video Mfg Name Studio: Image
Video Release Date Release Date: 10/14/2008
Video Play Time Running Time: 85 minutes
Video Release Year Original Release Date: 2007
Video CategoryId Catalog ID: 5098
Video UPC UPC: 00014381509854
Video Number of Discs Number of Discs: 1

Audio & Video
Video Original Language Original Language: English
Video Audio Spec Available Audio Tracks: English
Video Subtitle Available Subtitles: Spanish
Video Color Spec Video: Color

Aspect Ratio
Video Aspect Ratio Widescreen  1.78:1

Cast & Crew

Video Cast Info Rukiya Bernard
Video Cast Info Mena Suvari
Video Cast Info Carolyn Purdy-Gordon
Video Cast Info Patrick McKenna
Video Cast Info Wayne Robson
Video Cast Info Russell Hornsby
Video Cast Info Sharlene Royer
Video Cast Info Stephen Rea
Video Cast Info R.D. Reid
Video Cast Info Stuart Gordon - Story
Video Cast Info Denis Maloney - Director of Photography
Video Cast Info Jay Firestone - Producer
Video Cast Info Bobby Johnston - Composer
Video Cast Info Robert Katz - Producer
Video Cast Info John Strysik - Screenwriter
Video Cast Info Stuart Gordon - Producer
Video Cast Info Ken Gord - Producer
Video Cast Info Christian Arnold-Beutel - Producer
Video Cast Info Stuart Gordon - Director

Professional Reviews

USA Today
"STUCK raises compelling questions about morality and ethics and how far people will go to avoid reprisal." 05/31/2008

Los Angeles Times
"Appropriately dingy in style and verve, Gordon has fun ratcheting up the death chamber stakes with squishy sound effects, nick-of-time tension and violent turns in luck, but the performances are what elevate it." 05/30/2008

New York Times
"There are no supernatural happenings, just people under extreme stress succumbing to their worst instincts, in Stuart Gordon's grim, expert little thriller STUCK." 05/30/2008

Film Comment
"[D]eliciously wicked....[A] darkly comedic thriller that propels the idea of desperate people taking desperate measures to new squirm-inducing heights." 09/01/2008 p.75

3 stars out of 5 -- "It's a shaggy-dog story that spirals into garage Grand Guignol, with Suvari and Rea well-matched in uneasy roles." 02/01/2009

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