Director: Rodrigo Cortés Cast: Ryan Reynolds, Ivana Miño, Stephen Tobolowsky

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Product Details

Release Date: 01/18/2011
UPC: 0031398129578
Original Release: 2010
Rating: R
Source: Lions Gate
Presentation: [Wide Screen]
Time: 1:35:00
Sales rank: 28,411

Special Features

Unearthing Buried: The Making Of Buried; ; Original Theatrical Trailers

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Ryan Reynolds Paul Conroy
Ivana Miño Pamela Lutti
Stephen Tobolowsky Alan Davenport
Samantha Mathis Linda Conroy
José Luis García-Pérez Jabir
Warner Loughlin Donna Mitchell
Robert Paterson Dan Brenner
Diane Farr Actor

Technical Credits
Rodrigo Cortés Director,Editor,Executive Producer
María De La Cámara Art Director
Eduard Grau Cinematographer
Adrian Guerra Producer
Alejandro Miranda Executive Producer
James Munoz Sound/Sound Designer
Gabriel Paré Art Director
Victor Reyes Score Composer
Peter Safran Producer
Chris Sparling Screenwriter

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Buried
1. Blindness [4:37]
2. Light [4:51]
3. Cell Phone [6:17]
4. FBI [4:59]
5. Help? [4:08]
6. Get Me the Number [8:22]
7. Take the Call [6:08]
8. What About Me? [6:48]
9. Anxious [3:13]
10. It's Paul [6:08]
11. Unexpected Attack [8:08]
12. Incoming Message [2:42]
13. Terminated [2:59]
14. Losing Hope [6:04]
15. Show Blood [7:26]
16. Have to Hurry [4:17]

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Buried 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
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Ruebels More than 1 year ago
So this movie was described to me as "Ryan Reynolds in a box". Hahaha. I took that to mean that most of the movie was like that, but there would be some setup, or flashback (like Castaway, Tom Hanks). NO. This is literally the whole movie. Ryan Reynolds in a box. Ryan Reynolds is a good looking guy, who is more known for popping off his shirt in every movie he's in, than for his acting chops, but after this, I suspect opinions will change. An Oscar nomination would not surprise, and would be deserved. Riveting from start to finish, with almost not music score to distract the viewer from the shear terror and hopelessness of Paul Conroys predicament. This movie is outstanding.