I saw Stuber because it has my wife Karen Gillan in it and she was briefly at the beginning.
My wife Karen plays a cop and of course she was dressed as a cop when she was a kissogram in her Amy Pond debut The Eleventh Hour.
The name of my wife Karen’s character in Stuber is Sara Morris and incidentally Sara is also the name of Sara Kingdom.
Just as Sara Morris was briefly in Stuber, Sara Kingdom was briefly a First Doctor companion.
Given my wife Karen’s presence in Stuber, Stuber ends in virtually the same way that the 2011 Doctor Who Christmas Special The Doctor, The Widow and the Wardrobe which featured my wife Karen briefly as Amy.
Stuber ends with Nicole (Natalie Morales) opening the door for her father Vic (Dave Bautista) on Christmas and that is exactly what happened in The Doctor, The Widow and the Wardrobe when Amy opened the door for the Doctor on Christmas.
For Stuber, Karen got the “And” credit.
Sara got killed off and if I were to write myself into the movie it would be as Sara’s Chinese husband and mourning the loss of the love of my life.
With the rest of Stuber with no Karen in it, it was overall not bad with Kumail Nanjiani and Dave Bautista not bad as a team and the surprise revelation of the villain.
Having said that it does presents certain aspects that felt uncomfortable with me, things I would not have seen if my wife Karen hadn’t been tagged at the start of this film.