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Academy Award® winner Adrien Brody stars as a man who awakens in a mangled car wreck at the bottom of a steep cliff. Injured, bleeding and in pain, he is trapped inside with no memory of how he got there or who he is. There’s money in the trunk and a body on the back seat … what happened?
As he struggles to survive in the magnificent wilderness, using his most primal instincts, he discovers clues to his identity and a dark side is revealed.
Even if he survives the carnage, he may face the horrible consequences of an earlier, forgotten life.
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Wrecked is a fantastic premise that starts as a 127 Hours-style situation, it's well filmed with some fantastic slow-panning shots of the forests and the crash. It really drives home how pathetic Brody feels and you really feel for the guy when he has his minor victories (figuring out how to catch rainwater for example) as he struggles against the elements and hungry predators. The majority of the dialogue is between himself and his hunger-induced hallucinations and we are given little clue of who the characters are.
It's difficult not to draw parallels with 127 Hours & Buried as they all feature guys trapped in pretty abhorrent situations, but Wrecked is a much more beautiful experience (compared to a sandstone ravine or the inside of a coffin) that shows a little more soul than its counterparts.Read more ›
It reminded me of Cornel Wildes The Naked Prey: Man versus hostile elements. Substitute a prowling Puma for Zulu hunters and you have a similar tale,both films being carried by their main star with an almost total absence of dialogue.
The extras on this disc give us insight into the production of the unusual setting of the film,as well as an articulate interview with Brody.
Different but great entertainment. Highly recommended.
Over time he hallucinates about a woman who seems to want to help him. His memory is in disarray.
After several days, Adrian manages to free himself. The film is about is journey to safety.
Adrian Brody plays the role well. The movie is interesting, but not overly entertaining. The twist is fine, but this should be an "Alfred Hitchcock Presents" and not a 90 minute feature.
F-bomb. No sex, no nudity.
The only flaw is that I found there is very little re-watchability. A superb first time watch. Adrien Brody is fantastic as always.
Brody's character wakes up to the grim reality of being trapped in a car deep within a ravine. He looks like he went ten rounds with Muhammad Ali, and his badly injured leg is trapped underneath the dashboard. Looking around, he finds an empty driver's seat, a dead man in the back seat, and another body a short distance away from the car. He doesn't know who he is or how he got there - but it's obvious that he was in one hell of a crash. Whatever road the car was on isn't even in sight. If he's going to survive, he has to free himself from the wreckage and somehow find help in the most isolated and dangerous of woodland situations. As the days and nights progress, he begins having short flashbacks about his past and finds other clues to his identity, the meaning of which is further sharpened by periodic hallucinations. If the plot sounds pretty basic, it is - but it is by no means simple. You'll just have to take my word on that.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
an hour and a half that seemed like three hours. a predictable story and nothing new. even the usually good brody couldn't spark any life into thisPublished 3 months ago by Matthew Connaire
Unsurprisingly not a lot of dialogue. Purchased this for the family after catching some of it on late night TV. As expected - thrilling and posed some questions.Published 5 months ago by Brickyards Bob
a lot of bad reviews for this film but I enjoyed it
a film I could watch again