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#Stuck (2014)

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A hot one-night stand turns into an awkward morning after when GUY and HOLLY get STUCK in a dead-stopped traffic jam. As they begrudgingly get to know each other, we learn of their sexually... See full summary »

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Stuart Acher

Writer:

Stuart Acher

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Credited cast:
Madeline Zima ... Holly
Joel David Moore ... Guy
Abraham Benrubi ... Bartender
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Logan Agayan Logan Agayan ... Baby
Gaby Alcazar Gaby Alcazar ... Girl in Bar / Street Walker
Jayson Blair ... Rick
Joanna Canton ... Louisa
Don Chao Don Chao ... Chinese Man
Vincent De Paul ... Guy's cousin
Jen Dede ... Mom
Stephanie Faracy ... Stella
Rebecca Field ... Terri
Michelle J. Fine Michelle J. Fine ... Girl
Bill Fox ... Valet
Quinn Friedman ... Boy
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A hot one-night stand turns into an awkward morning after when GUY and HOLLY get STUCK in a dead-stopped traffic jam. As they begrudgingly get to know each other, we learn of their sexually raucous evening and then they're led to their surprising destiny. Written by S.Chaplin

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Wham. Bam. Traffic Jam. See more »

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Comedy | Drama | Romance

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

10 October 2014 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Juntos à Força See more »

Filming Locations:

Los Angeles, California, USA

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Color
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Gimme Some
Written by Itai Disraeli, Lili Haydn, and Vivek Maddala
Produced by Itai Disraeli, Lili Haydn, and Vivek Maddala
Performed by Itai Disraeli, Lili Haydn, and Vivek Maddala
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More than just an MTV Before Sunrise
3 October 2015 | by starsandcigarettesSee all my reviews

I wasn't too sure about this, but it piqued my interest somewhat, So I took it out. When it opened with some really bad girly girl music, I was like 'oh god, this was a mistake'. But then it got better , and thank f*** so did the music.

What I really took from this movie was how my fondness for each character gradually developed by seeing him/her through the eyes of the other character - And it was like a vicarious light-bulb moment you share with them when they start to realise; 'hang on a sec we're actually very compatible'. I can't, off hand, think of another movie that does this so effectively.

So it doesn't posses that same sleeper indie understated cool that 'Before Sunrise' does. But there's something about these two characters that make them seem more real, honest and relatable. I guess this juxtaposition between the two films (where this one could so easily have been called 'After Sunrise'), is the movie's whole point.

I don't know, but an average rating of 5.7 just doesn't seem fair for a beautifully written script with such excellent dialogue. Well done to everyone involved


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