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Wrecked (2010)

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A man trapped in a car wreck at the bottom of a ravine must overcome incredible odds to survive.

Director:

Michael Greenspan

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Cast

Complete credited cast:
Adrien Brody ... Man
Caroline Dhavernas ... Woman
Ryan Robbins ... George Weaver
Adrian G. Griffiths Adrian G. Griffiths ... Raymond Plazzy (as Adrian Hughes)
Adrian Holmes ... Man in the Woods
Lloyd Adams ... Eric Stapleton
Mark McConchie Mark McConchie ... Security Guard (as Mark Mcconchie)
Jacob Blair ... Park Ranger
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Storyline

A man awakens in a mangled car-wreck at the bottom of a steep cliff. Injured and trapped inside, with no memory of how he got there or who he is, he must rely on his most primal instincts to survive. But as he attempts to free himself from the carnage and escape an impossible situation, a darker side is revealed. Even if he manages to survive, the man may have to face the horrible consequences of an earlier, forgotten life. Written by IFC Films

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Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for language and some violent content | See all certifications »

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Details

Country:

USA | Canada

Language:

English

Release Date:

10 June 2011 (Turkey) See more »

Also Known As:

Armadilha do Destino See more »

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Box Office

Opening Weekend USA:

$2,054, 1 April 2011, Limited Release

Gross USA:

$4,821, 10 April 2011
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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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Trivia

The teaser poster for Wrecked, which shows Adrien Brody's face behind broken glass was inspired by the poster for Straw Dogs. The writer and director created the poster themselves using Adobe Photoshop. The film's distributors liked the poster so much, they used it as is. See more »

Goofs

When he sees his girlfriend on the driver's seat, a crew member is reflected in car paint. You can see how an guy with cap possibly shooting, or just watching the scene. Right after this scene he actually eats the ants from the dashboard. See more »

Quotes

[first lines]
Man: [weakly] Help!
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Soundtracks

Tip Toe Through The Tulips With Me
Performed by Tiny Tim
Words and Music by Joseph A. Burke (as Joseph A. Burke) and Al Dubin © 1929
Published by EMI Music Publishing Limited / B Feldman and Sons Ltd.
Licensed courtesy of Warner Music UK Ltd.
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Wrecked Explores Where 127 Hours Cannot
1 September 2011 | by polyesterfastfilmSee all my reviews

127 Hours [2010] and Wrecked [2011] contain similar plots and big name actors (James Franco and Adrien Brody). They are set in a minimal location with a suffocating feel. One is based on a true story; the other is fiction. During the long middle stretch of movie, 127 Hours substitutes emotional highs and lows in the score instead of conflict/action, which Wrecked does a much better job at. A raw comparison of the plots gives 127 Hours a harsh reality, while Wrecked puts us inside Brody's mind of amnesia and hallucination. They end the same, but with a little help from Icelandic post-rock band Sigur Ros, 127 Hours manages to finish on a higher note. One was nominated for best picture, and one gets a shoddy rating on IMDb.

I do not believe the term, "Based on a true story," can cover up moments of less perfection. True stories are not commercial box office hits. That's how "based on a true story" came to be, to fantasize and fictionalize the true story into film mythology. The writer's job is to make a story's conflict much like a concert. If a story contains all truth and is boring, there should be rewrites until we are moved, with bits of conflict that can sensationalize the boring truth.

For this reason, where 127 Hours lags, Wrecked excels, and where 127 Hours must stick to a certain blue print, Wrecked can explore the mind of the protagonist in great depth. Plan on seeing an underrated, captivating, Adrien Brody indie in 2011.


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