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Stuber

critic Reviews

42%
  • Though it makes a strong case for future collaborations between Kumail Nanjiani and Dave Bautista, Stuber fails to mesh its contrasting genres, settling for an overtly violent, mildly entertaining diversion that's far from a five-star ride.
  • Peter TraversRolling Stone
    Talk about running on fumes. This buddy comedy traps two talented dudes - Kumail Nanjiani and Dave Bautista - in a car that's going nowhere so fast that Thelma and Louise would hop right on.
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  • David SimsThe Atlantic
    If you're looking for a throwback to simpler, sillier times (with a dash of self-awareness about the state of toxic masculinity in 2019), it should just about satisfy.
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  • Bilge EbiriNew York Magazine/Vulture
    I laughed at Stuber, but I laughed less and less as the movie went on, and I cared less, too.
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  • Adam GrahamDetroit News
    "Stuber" doesn't earn a 5-star rating, but it gets to where it needs to go.
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  • Leah GreenblattEntertainment Weekly
    Stuber knows that sense and logic aren't what its audience came for; we're here for good dumb fun - and of course, central air.
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  • Peter BradshawGuardian
    Really there is very little chemistry between Bautista and Nanjiani... and if you compare this with something like the Beanie Feldstein/Kaitlyn Dever comedy Booksmart, the dialogue really does sound a bit pedestrian.
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  • David NusairReel Film Reviews
    An affable yet mostly forgettable action/comedy...
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  • Matt BrunsonCreative Loafing
    With apologies to Foghat, this latest effort is a slow ride; perhaps Stupor would have been a better title.
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  • Kristian HarloffSchmoes Know
    There's great chemistry between Nanjiani and Bautista.
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  • Randall KingWinnipeg Free Press
    The film's satiric rundown of 21st-century masculinity all too easily slides into standard action set pieces.
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