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In the wake of an apparent accident, a bewildered man (Adrien Brody) finds himself pinned to the seat of a mangled car in the wilderness, his traveling companions both dead. Suffering from memory loss and badly injured, the man is forced to remain in the car. As the days pass, he struggles to distinguish between reality and paranoid fantasy as he pieces together the events leading up to his current predicament -- and in doing so makes a shocking discovery about his own dark capabilities.

Cast & Crew

Ryan Robbins
George Weaver
Adrian Holmes
Man in the Woods
Jacob Blair
Park Ranger
Adrian Hughes
Raymond Plazzy
Lloyd Adams
Eric Stapleton
Mark McConchie
Security Guard
Adrien Brody
Executive Producer
Clay Epstein
Executive Producer
Robert Little
Executive Producer
Kyle Mann
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Michael Brook
Original Music
James Liston
Cinematographer
Martina Smythe
Casting
Michael N. Wong
Production Design
Andrea Des Roches
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Critic Reviews for Wrecked

All Critics (27) | Top Critics (10) | Fresh (13) | Rotten (14)

  • ...Wrecked makes its audience suffer along with its amnesiac protagonist. It's often boring and more than occasionally repetitive, dragging like the character's lame leg through the woods...

    August 15, 2013 | Rating: C- | Full Review…
  • Asked to convey a wide spectrum of emotional tones like confusion, shock, sadness, anger and oh, look out for the mountain lion, Brody does all he can to hold the screen.

    April 7, 2011 | Rating: 3/5 | Full Review…
  • Adrien Brody once again proves he's got enough onscreen appeal to carry a decent thriller.

    April 4, 2011 | Full Review…
  • As debuts go, the one director Michael Greenspan and screenwriter Christopher Dodd make here is pretty darn impressive. All the pieces of this puzzle are in place, the filmmakers connecting them one to the other with cocksure confidence.

    April 1, 2011 | Rating: 3/4 | Full Review…
  • It's a tribute to Adrien Brody that Wrecked works as a modestly compelling thriller, since there's almost nothing to see but Brody himself.

    April 1, 2011 | Rating: 3/5 | Full Review…
  • In all those empty blockbusters, the big screen swells pointlessly; at least in these narrow spaces it shrinks with a real purpose. Far better the tight squeeze than the big bloat.

    April 1, 2011 | Rating: 3/4 | Full Review…

Audience Reviews for Wrecked

  • Mar 06, 2013
    Adrien Brody awakens battered and bloody, trapped in a car wreck on an isolated mountainside with no memory of who he is or how he got there. In a similar vein to 127 Hours and Buried, Wrecked is very much a one man show as Brody is essentially alone for the vast majority of the film. Being a fan of his though, I don't have a problem with this idea but the initially intriguing crime thriller premise hinting at a shady past and potential vengeance-based drama never materialises. Instead we have Adrien Brody stuck in a car for half an hour, followed by Adrien Brody crawling through some woods for a further hour, and that's pretty much it. More a wilderness survival drama than crime thriller, Wrecked is well acted and nicely shot in some attractive locations but the pay off at the end when you discover what happened is just not strong enough to make for a satisfying experience. There's not a lot wrong with it; it's just a little too insubstantial.
    xGary X Super Reviewer
  • Sep 19, 2012
    "Wrecked" starts with a man(Adrien Brody, who I had more respect for before he started doing commercials) waking up in a crashed automobile in the middle of the woods with a broken leg and absolutely no memory of who he is or how he got there. If you think that's bad, check out the dead guy in the back seat. Soon, he knows there is such a thing as a fate worse than death, when he gets the car radio working, which may soon become a serious regard, considering the lack of food and water. But then help may not be as far away as he once feared... Minimalist as it is, "Wrecked" aims to be a suspenseful story of survival but instead settles to be little more than an actor's exercise. But if you're going to have one of those, it is best to have an actor like Adrien Brody who is always interesting to watch. Since the movie is so obsessed with playing mind games, it is more than a little tough what to make of the character at times, and therefore how much we should care about him. And the movie's solution is not so much deduced, as it is revealed, with a little lack of logic and a couple of lessons learned in the end.
    Walter M Super Reviewer
  • Sep 03, 2012
    It`s well-crafted and mind-bending at times but dose not really satisfy or intrigue as it should. Theres no real bare bones to the piece and looks to be more man vs. nature than vs. self. Brody does give a good performance with what he has, not one of hise best performances but not his worst either.
    Al S Super Reviewer
  • May 12, 2012
    Mystery, yes... horror and suspense, not so much. Very slow, moody and mind-trippy with little dialog but, I'm sure, frustrating for any survivalist to watch.
    wicked A Super Reviewer

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