Stuber is a 2019 American action comedy film directed by Michael Dowse.
20th Century Fox on Friday, June 07, 2019 released the trailer:
Stuber | Red Band Trailer | 20th Century FOX.
A meager Uber driver named Stu is forced by an aggressive Los Angeles Police Department detective named Vic to drive him around town to catch a notorious drug lord named Oka Teijo. For Vic, it is especially personal, as Teijo murdered Vic's partner. Along the way, Stu deals with Vic's mad behavior while trying to express his feelings to his friend Becca. Stu and Vic confront each other about Stu's inability to man up while Vic is called out for his toxic masculinity and negligence toward his daughter Nicole. Eventually, the two face Teijo at the location of his drop, where Vic finds that Captain Angie McHenry is a dirty cop who has been working with Teijo and was planning to frame Vic for murder to get him off their trail, while Stu does admit he loves Becca, but then realizes it wouldn't work since he knows she doesn't feel the same way and that they shouldn't even be friends. Stu and Vic work together to take the villains down, but Nicole ends up in the mayhem when she finds them and is nearly shot by Teijo. Stu takes the bullet, and Vic almost kills Teijo before Nicole stops him, and the cops arrive to bring Teijo to justice. After Stu and Vic recover, they become good friends, and Stu starts to date Nicole, although Vic isn't sure how to feel about that.
The film Stuber was scheduled to be released on March 13, 2019 (SXSW) and on July 12, 2019 (United States) by Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures, 20th Century Fox Brazil, Big Picture 2 Films, CinemArt, Forum Hungary, Imperial / Cinepix and Twentieth Century Fox.
The duration of the film is 93 minutes. With a budget of $16 million, the film grossed over $12.1 million.
The film had received a "R" rating.
Stuber got average rating from critics. Audiences polled by CinemaScore gave the film an average grade of "B" on a scale ranging from A+ to F.
Official website: foxmovies.com/movies/stuber
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