Directed & Written by Quentin Dupieux (Mr Oizo)
Stephen Spinella as Lieutenant Chad
Jack Plotnick as Accountant
Roxane Mesquida as Sheila
Wings Hauser as Man in Wheelchair
Ethan Cohn as Movie Buff Ethan
Charley Koontz as Movie Buff Charley
Hayley Holmes as Cindy
Haley Ramm as Fiona
Daniel Quinn as Dad
Devin Brochu as Son
Tara Jean O’Brien as Martina the Cleaning Lady
David Bowe as Mr. Hugues
Remy Thorne as Zach
Cecelia Antoinette as Woman
Thomas F. Duffy as Deputy Xavier
Blake Robbins as Deputy Luke
Pete Dicecco as Deputy Pete
Courtenay Taylor as Deputy Denise
James Parks as Deputy Doug
Gaspard Augé as Hitchhiker
Pedro Winter as Tyre Burner
Robert the Tire as Himself
Plot Synopsis (and cast info via Wikipedia):
Rubber is a 2010 French comedy film about a tire that comes to life and kills people with its psychic powers.
For the sake of this review, I’m using the American spelling of TIRE instead of TYRE. And, yeah – the only thing you need to know about the “plot” is that a tire comes to life and kills people with its psychic powers. Scanners-style. And the film is in English even though it’s French.
You’ll like this film or you’ll hate it. Most of you, my fellow movie-blogging buddies, will probably like it. My real-life buddies, who aren’t movie-obsessed geeks and already look at me like I’m mental when I try to discuss anything other than mainstream films, would probably stop talking to me forever if I actually recommended this film to them. Actually, I would be quite happy to have several people in my life stop talking to me so I’m going to recommend Rubber to them now.
Rubber. It’s a movie about a killer tire.
And I liked it!
Here’s my rating and some pictures!
My Rating: 7.5/10
See where it ranks: Movies I’ve seen in 2013 🙂