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Dave Bautista and Kumail Nanjiani shined recently at the Los Angeles (US) premiere of 'Stuber' a comedy and action film that is available for watching now, but we want to get a bit more into what's this movie about, how does it feel, and whether or not it achieves its goals at the end, but let's go step by step.
Known for playing Drax in Marvel's popular 'Guardians of the Galaxy', a saga part of the legendary Infinity Saga that Marvel ended not so long ago with the massive blockbusters 'Avengers: Infinity War' and 'Avengers: Endgame', Bautista, who was a wrestling star before trying his hand at acting, showed up at the red carpet for the film looking very proud and confident, in a light blue suit, glasses of sun and a white V-neck shirt.
Beside him, Nanjiani, who rose to fame with the television comedy 'Silicon Valley' and who surprised moviegoers with the tender film 'The Big Sick' (2017), attended at the aforementioned premiere of Stuber with a very air Sporty wearing sneakers and a suit of gray tones.
On the other hand, the American actress of Cuban origin Natalie Morales, who is the third leg of the protagonist trio of 'Stuber', was one of the stars that caught the attention of the photographers on this day, all thanks to a colorful blue and gold set that she finished off with a pendant, they for sure looked quite amazing, if only the movie would've done it as well.
It never fails: a trip in a taxi always proves to be a fruitful context for a story to develop. It seems such a mundane situation, but there is something in the dynamics between driver and passenger that makes it quite the opposite, in an event outside the series. What happens when we bring this concept to the era of apps and smartphones? That is the proposal that screenwriter Tripper Clancy and director Michael Dowse explore in 'Stuber'.
Stu (Kumail Nanjiani) is an Uber driver - hence Stuber, the name of the tape - in the city of Los Angeles obsessed with reaching a five-star rating. A common day, the trip of Vic (Dave Bautista) accepts a policeman and detective on a dangerous mission to catch a drug dealer named Tedjo (Iko Uwais). Vic has just left an eye laser surgery when he receives a clue to finally catch Tedjo, so Stu becomes his eyes and complicates this dangerous mission.
'Stuber' is predictable, and, as expected, the director uses the action scenes - some of them even border on brutal violence - and the acid comedy and tone up to create an impact on the viewer. However, it is the chemistry of the characters that really saves the day.
In essence, the film is really a buddy cop film, these police tapes that use the contrasting personalities of their protagonists to direct the plot. This uneven couple made up of Nanjiani and Bautista is the soul of the movie. At one extreme we have Stu, a passive man who is extremely frustrated with his life. Vic is the opposite, and the motivation of all his actions is brute force. While this dynamic duo navigates situations that endanger their lives, the clash of their personalities will lead them to learn valuable lessons about courage and kindness, in addition to creating hilarious situations for the audience.
The film does not transcend beyond being a complacent comedy. However, there is undoubtedly a merit in reimagining and converting these everyday situations that many of us have lived in an Uber into a comedy and action tape.