Stuber Soundtrack (

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Rating: 6.20/10 from 52000 votes
Alternate Names:
Title in Español:

Stuber Express

Title in Italiano:

Stuber - Autista d'assalto

Title in Português:



Stuber is an action-comedy film that follows a mild-mannered Uber driver named Stu who picks up a passenger named Vic, a tough and grizzled detective who is hot on the trail of a brutal killer.

As Stu unwittingly becomes involved in Vic's dangerous mission, the two must work together to catch the criminal before it's too late.

With plenty of laughs and thrilling action sequences, Stuber is a wild ride that will keep audiences on the edge of their seats.

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Lolita Ya Ya
Bob Harris: Writer
The Clapping Song (Clap Pat Clap Slap)
Because I'm Me
Can't You See
Can't Live Without You Girl
Come Sail Away
She's Got Guns
Romeo and Juliet Love Theme
Together (Down Dumbing Remix)
When They Fight, They Fight
Cumbia Alegre
El Proceso
La Cumbia del Compa
Cucaraca Macara
The Air That I Breathe
Go Where It Takes Us
Sprawl II (Mountains Beyond Mountains)
Sunset Supreme
I'm Not in Love
The First Noel
Say Hello
Joseph Trapanese: Performer
Joseph Trapanese: Performer
The Setup
Joseph Trapanese: Performer
Joseph Trapanese: Performer
Not Ryan Gosling
Joseph Trapanese: Performer
Kobra Checks In
Joseph Trapanese: Performer
Drugs Are Bad
Joseph Trapanese: Performer
Abbot Kinney
Joseph Trapanese: Performer
Storage Locker
Joseph Trapanese: Performer
Inside the Box
Joseph Trapanese: Performer
My Name Is Stu
Joseph Trapanese: Performer
Thank You for Driving
Joseph Trapanese: Performer
Joseph Trapanese: Performer
Silent but Deadly
Joseph Trapanese: Performer
I Knew You Could Do It
Joseph Trapanese: Performer
Sriracha Showdown
Joseph Trapanese: Performer
Just Defeat Him
Joseph Trapanese: Performer
It Was a Lease
Joseph Trapanese: Performer
Must Be Some Hot Sauce
Joseph Trapanese: Performer

User reviews

Margaret Thomas

Certain tracks in the soundtrack are memorable and catchy, adding an extra layer of enjoyment to the movie-watching experience.

Michelle Roberts

Overall, the soundtrack of Stuber enhances the film's narrative and helps to immerse the audience in the thrilling and comedic world of the movie.

Richard Allen

The soundtrack of Stuber perfectly complements the action-packed scenes with its energetic and pulsating beats.

Joseph Davis

The mix of electronic and hip-hop elements in the music adds a modern and edgy vibe to the film, enhancing the overall viewing experience.

Joseph Campbell

The music selection in Stuber effectively sets the tone for each scene, whether it's a comedic moment or an intense action sequence, creating a dynamic and engaging atmosphere throughout the movie.

Emily Green

The soundtrack effectively builds tension during the suspenseful moments, creating a sense of urgency that keeps viewers engaged.

Ashley Green

The music in Stuber is not only dynamic and thrilling, but also incredibly catchy and memorable. The melodies stay with you long after the movie is over, creating a lasting impression and making you want to revisit the soundtrack again and again.

Matthew Baker

The soundtrack of Stuber perfectly captures the fast-paced and adrenaline-fueled atmosphere of the film. Each track enhances the action sequences and adds an extra layer of excitement to the story, making it a truly immersive experience for the audience.

Mary Garcia

The soundtrack of Stuber perfectly captures the fast-paced and adrenaline-fueled moments of the film, enhancing the overall viewing experience.

Laura Martinez

The soundtrack of Stuber failed to enhance the action and comedy scenes, lacking energy and excitement.

Donald Williams

The music choices felt generic and uninspired, failing to create a memorable atmosphere or emotional connection with the characters and their journey.

Kenneth Wilson

The music transitions seamlessly between different moods, from intense and dramatic to light-hearted and comedic, reflecting the film's diverse tone.

Matthew Mitchell

The composition and arrangement of the songs seemed disconnected from the on-screen events, making the viewing experience less engaging and immersive.