Shuttle

2008, Drama/Mystery & thriller, 1h 46m

22 Reviews 1,000+ Ratings

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While this debut by Edward Anderson is economical and occasionally effective, Shuttle offers little catharsis after its tense ride. Read critic reviews

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Best friends Mel (Peyton List) and Jules (Cameron Goodman) are returning from a holiday in Mexico when they board an airport shuttle in the States. It's there they join two young men and an older business executive in what they believe to be a short journey home. But when the driver (Tony Curran) makes an unexpected detour into a dark and uninviting section of the city, it becomes clear the shuttle is taking its unwitting passengers somewhere else entirely.

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  • Jun 09, 2012
    not a great movie... the ending was alright Contains spoilers>>> but the part where he was shot in the head and than went for her again and put her in the box was absolutely pathetic...... if you get shot in the head youd be lucky to even be unconcious... or survive.... lots of times where they could of 'killed or ran away.
    Paul A Super Reviewer
  • Aug 25, 2011
    Kind of sucked. It's filled with cliches; there's nothing original about it. The entire plot is predictable so any twists it throws at you aren't surprising in the least. The actors are of course all good looking young kids- who you really can't feel sorry for. The entire plot is flawed. The movie is about 4 kids who get on a shuttle from the airport really late at night and are abducted by the shuttle driver and his accomplice. Those kids had SO many chances to escape, it was ridiculous. There was no excuse for their stupidity. There was ONE old guy that had a gun (the accomplice didn't come until later), and there were FOUR healthy young kids (TWO of which were strong men), and they just let the old guy push them around. They outnumbered him; they could've easily ditched the shuttle or taken the kidnapper out while he was driving the shuttle. SO...I can't really express sympathy for any of those victims. Even the characters themselves said "gee I should've gotten away when I had the chance" like duh ya think? Stupid ass characters. They should've known when the driver was so creepily desperate to have them as passengers on his shuttle...shuttle drivers don't do that ever. The kids all saw it coming, and they just hung around for the free ride to sketchy Mcsketchersville in the middle of ghettotown, USA. Like seriously? The whole setting the film was shot at was sketchy as fuck. It was completely deserted and pitch black with sketchy run down buildings on every block....and no matter how far the kidnapper drove or how many turns he made- they were still in ghettotown. It was so bizarre. Like a place that sketchy would not be that big. It was so weird. Anyway, the film had no suspense whatsoever since it was so obvious they were all going to die and *SHOCKER* the girls were being sold into the sex trade overseas. Definitely not the best movie, and the acting was nowhere near good.
    Japes . Super Reviewer
  • Jul 16, 2011
    A good horror film that has all of the suspenseful aspects that a film like this needs.
    Cassie H Super Reviewer
  • Jun 09, 2011
    A pretty good suspense film.
    Jacob P Super Reviewer

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