Theatrical Release: April 19, 2019
Run Time: 1 hour & 30 minutes
Reviewed By: Adam
“Six New Yorkers learn all about one another through the power of music, overcoming barriers of race, culture and class, while stuck together on the subway.”
I know what a lot of you are thinking… a musical? Greattttt. I felt the same way. They can be very hit or miss. More often than not, they miss. However, Stuck breaks the trend. It has a great message of love and acceptance. It tackles a lot of hot topics and issues going on in the world today. It basically has all of the feels. I had a couple of the songs stuck in my head all weekend (no pun intended). There were a few that were just meh. Some of the actor’s voices were below average, but they still got the point across. It goes without question that Ashanti absolutely nailed her role and of course, her voice was amazing. I also had never heard of Arden Cho going into this movie, but am now a HUGE fan! She was fantastic. The casting was well done and definitely put together some big names (Giancarlo Esposito, Amy Madigan, and Ashanti). Believe it or not, I’ve already recommended a few people to give Stuck a watch. Now, I’m recommending it to all of you. Next time you’re looking for a feel good movie, this is it! You’ll for sure be “stuck” to your seat (this time, pun intended).