Alone ★★½

It reminds me of what could have happened in Steven Spielberg's Duel (1971). If only the villain of his movie would have stepped out of the semi-truck to harass the protagonist. That hypothetical scenario is how this movie actually develops from my viewpoint. The villain of this movie has poor driving etiquette on the roadways. And his interpersonal skills come across as a half-bred stalker. At one point, he proclaims to have been in a rush to arrive at his destination. He hopes it would suffice as an excuse for his poor driving etiquette. But he seems to have all the time in the world available to harass a random young lady he crosses paths with on the road. The concept for the plot is sitting in familiar territory. It has shown up in various forms throughout the years. This movie is decent. Definitely not great, but still a tolerable watch on a random afternoon.