|Directed by||:||Michael Dowse||Produced by||:||John Francis Daley, Jonathan Goldstein||Based on||:||Tripper Clancy||Starring||:||Karen Gillan, Dave Bautista, Steve Howey||Production company||:||Twentieth Century Fox||Country||:||United States|
Stuber is a 2019 Twentieth Century Fox With the impact of the already distant 'Collateral' still in the memory (fifteen years, nothing less), it's about time we have an heiress of that type of vehicle at the service of the action and the peculiar drivers. 'Stuber' seems to be a winning bet.
Dave Bautista, Kumail Nanjiani, Karen Gillan, Mira Sorvino and Iko Uwais are some of the names that appear in what could be the summer revelation, an action comedy written by Tripper Clancy and directed by Michael Dowse, a regular in the productions Cathodics of Seth Rogen.
This new comedy gives us back the good feelings of others from last season that worked as well as 'Game Night' or 'Blockers'. Titles that come out of nowhere to become nothing short of instant classics.
'Stuber' tells the story of a nice Uber driver who will see how his life changes completely when his new passenger turns out to be a policeman trying to hunt down an assassin. Bautista is basically doing Drax without makeup and Nanjiani is almost always a sure value, as he recently demonstrated in 'The Twilight Zone'.