(2010)

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Metascore

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80
Because it's so carefully parceled out and so evocatively framed (in widescreen), Wrecked is an absorbing ordeal, perhaps less for its survival narrative than its metaphoric heft.
75
Brody's engagement with the material prevents Wrecked from falling apart.
75
It's Adrien Brody's turn to find himself the lone and immobilized star of an emerging new genre: Call it the anti-action flick.
70
Greenspan's solid but unexceptional debut, ably carried by Brody's one-hander performance.
70
Never less than gripping.
63
Even after he manages to get out of the car and slowly starts recovering his memory, Wrecked keeps you guessing.
60
It's a tribute to Adrien Brody that Wrecked works as a modestly compelling thriller, since there's almost nothing to see but Brody himself.
50
The New York Times
Information leaks into the film via the radio and a few flashbacks, but Wrecked is mostly free of dialogue - and, unfortunately, suspense.
50
The film is at its best when it's just Brody stuck in the car.
40
The bright spot-and what saves Greenspan's debut feature from being nothing more than a long tedious draft of an ordinary craft brew-is James Liston's cinematography.

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