4 years ago#1
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What is the movie ...a girl hits a homeless man and drives home with him stuck in her windshield? Keeps him in her garage for days? He is still alive but she won't get help for him. It was on "Fear Fest" Fri nite/Sat morning, but the info was incorrect on the satellite.

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4 years ago#2
The Reaper
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Sounds like a segment from CreepShow 2

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4 years ago#3
mermaidheather
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Didn't she just leave him to die on the side of the road in Creepshow 2? There are a few movies that come close to what the description is for. Hit & Run is a movie that comes to my mind, but the guy isn't stuck in the windshield. It was based on a real life account where a woman struck a guy and left him to die in the garage while stuck in the windshield though.

There is a movie out of India called Accident On Hill Road (2009):
After she plows into a pedestrian (Farooq Shaikh) who becomes helplessly lodged in her car's broken windshield, hard-drinking nurse Sonam (Celina Jaitley) drives home in a panic and parks in her garage, where she leaves the poor man to slowly perish from his wounds. But when the victim just won't die, Sonam and her drug-pusher boyfriend (Abhimanyu Singh) try to finish him off and then conceal the crime. Mahesh Nair directs this drama.

But wait, there is also a movie called Stuck (2007):
Driving home after a night of partying, Brandi (Mena Suvari) accidentally crashes into pedestrian Tom (Stephen Rea), who gets stuck in her car's windshield. Brandi struggles with whether to help save this man's life or simply let him die and thereby protect her career. In extreme pain and with little time left to live, Tom pleads for Brandi's help and tries to find a way to escape from his glass prison in this horrific thriller.

They sound like the same movie after reading more about Stuck. And the pedestrian is a homeless guy, so my guess is you watched the movie Stuck.

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4 years ago#4
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Whoa... nice analysis
Yes, the women did leave the hitchhiker to die on the road BUT he haunted her throughout the evening, eventually leading to her garage. neat flick.
I love any type of "road" film.

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4 years ago#5
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The movie is called 'stuck' and it has Mena Suvari & Stephen Rae in it.

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4 years ago#6
girlwholovesdogz
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haha i dont know

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3 years ago#7
Naji
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"Stuck" - 2007

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3 years ago#8
jmw
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You're talking about CREEPSHOW 2.

"thanks for the ride lady"

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3 years ago#9
kap one z
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it is called Stuck!!!!

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3 years ago#10
spiderturdyup
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yup creepshow 2

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3 years ago#11
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its not creepshow 2 its Stuck 2007 Chante Jawan Mallard is a woman from Fort Worth, Texas who was convicted and sentenced to 50 years' imprisonment for her role in the death of a 37-year-old homeless man, Gregory Glen Biggs.
The incident occurred on October 26, 2001 when Mallard's car struck him; at the time Mallard was believed to have been driving while intoxicated by drugs and alcohol. The force of the impact sent Biggs flying through the windshield, lodging him there.
Mallard then drove home, leaving the injured Biggs stuck in her windshield, and parked her car in her garage.
After the accident Mallard did not notify the police nor did she get Biggs any medical attention, even though she was a former nurse's aide.[1] When Biggs died an unknown number of hours later, still in the windshield of her car in her garage, she called a male friend, Clete Jackson, for assistance. Mallard, Jackson, and Jackson's cousin Herbert Tyrone Cleveland, took the body to a park and left it there, even going so far as to set fire to part of the car in an attempt to disguise the evidence. The three were each convicted on charges of tampering with evidence for this action.[2]
Mallard became a suspect after she was reported talking and laughing about the incident at a party some four months after the events.[3] "I hit this white man," Mallard allegedly told acquaintance Maranda Daniel, laughing.[4] During the trial, Tarrant County Medical Examiner Nizam Peerwani testified that, had Mallard taken Biggs to a hospital, he would have recovered from his injuries. Other experts testified that they agreed that Biggs would have survived. "There's not a member of the Fort Worth Fire Department that could not have saved Mr. Biggs' life," testified Capt. Jim Sowder.[5] Mallard was convicted of murder in June 2003, with the 50-year murder sentence and 10-year tampering sentence to run concurrently. She will be eligible for parole in 2027.
Mallard's case would later be adapted as an episode of the CSI: Crime Scene Investigation ("Anatomy of a Lye", aired May 2, 2002) and also as an episode of Law & Order ("Darwinian", aired January 7, 2004[6] - though the driver is allowed to plead guilty to obstruction of justice after an autopsy reveals that the accident was not the cause of the fatal head injury). The case is referenced briefly in the Drawn Together episode "Captain Hero's Marriage Pact" and in a parody song on the Russ Martin Show. A sub-plot in "My Name is Earl" ('Gospel' episode) is also inspired by the case.
Films inspired by the events include Stuck (2007, with Mena Suvari and Stephen Rea), and Accident on Hill Road (2009, with Celina Jaitley and Farooque Shaikh.)

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3 years ago#12
Passerby
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Thank u so much.. I woulda never guessed the name of the movie was stuck.. It was burning my brain

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3 years ago#13
Jazijazz
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that s the movie

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2 years ago#14
loved that movie
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The name of the movie is called "Stuck"

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1 year ago#15
Ar83
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"hit and run" 2010

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3 months ago#16
Oshea famoroti
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It is called stuck

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