Stuck (2017)

Stuck (2017)

Giancarlo EspositoAmy MadiganAshantiArden Cho
Michael Berry


Stuck (2017) is a English movie. Michael Berry has directed this movie. Giancarlo Esposito,Amy Madigan,Ashanti,Arden Cho are the starring of this movie. It was released in 2017. Stuck (2017) is considered one of the best Drama,Musical movie in India and around the world.

A New York City subway train stops in the tunnel beneath the city with six complete strangers stuck inside the rear car. The strangers are a cross section of New Yorkers, of different race, culture and age. The emotions of the trapped, frustrated strangers explode, as the subway car becomes a kind of magical, musical, conduit cell. A place where strangers reveal through song more of themselves than any of them ever could have imagined.


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Stuck (2017) Reviews

  • This is a must see!


    Just saw Stuck at the Breckenridge Film Festival in Colorado and I have to say it's easily one of my new favorite movies. I was worried it was gonna be a little froofy cause it's a musical, but it wound up being powerful, emotional, and hysterical. It never bothered me that they broke into song. The music was incredible, a blend of a whole bunch of styles so that each of the main characters had a unique voice. It was a simple enough premise- six strangers stuck on a NYC subway- but I feel like I really got to know these characters and can't stop thinking about what's gonna happen to them now. Though I related to just about everyone in the film, even if you don't, the story is so universal you're bound to identify with one of the characters. I'm never gonna look at a stranger the same way again.

  • pop musical film about six strangers stuck on a New York City subway together


    Saw STUCK this week at the Woodstock, NY film fest. I haven't posted a review before, but this film was so special that I wanted to share. I loved it. The story is quite creative, with some unexpected twists. The talented cast, great story, and very very special music make this a truly unique film. Overall, this is a gem. Looking forward to distribution so more audiences can experience it.

  • A must see


    The longest standing ovation (full house too)I can recall in many years at The Woodstock Film Festival. This film is fully engaging and so moving. We all attached to the characters and shared their discomfort, anger, sadness and confusion. The music was seamlessly worked into the dialog and it was varied and emotionally real. There wasn't a soul who left without vowing to be a more open and less judgmental person in life. GO! whenever it gets distribution!

  • Catchy songs with original story


    The music would be a sound track that i would glad add with The Greatest Showman.

  • Stuck is a fine musical about disparate characters on a subway train singing about their troubles


    Just watched this at the Louisiana International Film Festival & Mentorship Program at my local Baton Rouge Cinemark theatre. It was the last film presented there. Giancarlo Esposito and Amy Madigan are among the players stuck on a stalled subway car. There's at least four more in this same car-two male and two female-sharing their frustrations in song. This was quite an eye-opener concerning different people of different races and classes. I highly enjoyed this as well as a short that preceded it called Spell. I also enjoyed a documentary about the Louisiana flood of 2016 called 1000 Year Flood about something I personally experienced during that period. So on that note, I highly recommend Stuck and those other films I mentioned.


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