Adrien Brody earned an Oscar for struggling with every indignity the Nazis could throw at him in The Pianist
, so perhaps someone figured there might be an audience eager to watch him be thoroughly miserable for 90 minutes. In Wrecked
, Brody is alone onscreen for nearly the entire film, quite literally crawling through the wilderness as he struggles to survive with no food, no tools, no memory, and a broken leg, trying to figure out what happened to him and how he can make it back to safety and civilization.
As Wrecked opens, we see a man who is seriously bruised and bloody strapped into the passenger seat of an old Chevy that’s been wr...