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Plot: Actors Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon embark on a six-part episodic road trip through Europe. This time they're in Spain, sampling the restaurants, eateries, and sights along the way.
Runtime: 108 mins Release Date: 11 Aug 2017
Absolutely brilliant! Coogan, Brydon, Keelan, & Barrio are so natural together it's like they aren't even acting, absolutely brilliant! It will never catch on in the United States as the average Joe likes stuff like Star Wars, Guardian of the Galaxy and that sort of fare. But I'm not an adolescent and I prefer headier fare, I simply can't stomach the action genre except perhaps Daniel Craig playing Bond, now that's a bulldog . The cinematography in the trip movies is always first rate and this trip installment is no exception! Hats off to Michael Winterbottom, first <more>
rate job Michael, absolutely first rate! I must mention the piano accompaniment as it is always welcome, so wistful and, highlighting melancholia filled moments. This Trip movie ended with an interesting twist with Steve about to be taken captive by the mujahideen. My bet is Steve talks his way out of it perhaps by doing "no one expects the Spanish Inquisition" impression! In addition to the pure viewing pleasure one always learns a bit, these trip movies edify as well as entertain. I simply look forward to the next installment!
This a bloody series for gawd's sake, so many judging it as a movie...How do these idiots even get around to finding this, never mind watching it. It appeals to a select audience only, and.When i say select i mean British! I have chuckled at and appreciated the banter and gentle ribbing between Coogan and Brydon throughout, and you really need to have that unique British sense of humour to even start enjoying it.... I loved it!
Loved it!! (by Mascha88)
I loved this movie, and so did my husband. Still, I'm not that surprised at the number of negative reviews, and the relatively low scores, here on IMDb. The humour is subtle and understated; you either get it or you don't. Personally, I think the way in which Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon spar with with other and insult each other in various subtle ways, is hilarious. Yes, they do repeat the same old routines over and over Sean Connery as James Bond, Marlon Brando, and of course Michael Caine "she was only seventeen" with a sob in his voice , and Steve's role in the - <more>
excellent and serious - film Philomena with Judy Dench is referred to more than once. But it's all part of the fun, and part of them not taking themselves and each other too seriously. Frankly - and no offence - I can imagine why this movie wouldn't be a hit in the United States; this type of humour is on the whole not appreciated by Americans I would think with my apologies to those Americans who do like British humour! The way in which the movie features Spain is also wonderful, I think. It makes me want to hop on a plane and go there straightaway! The restaurants all look great and the food amazing; and so do the hotels. Yet again, this is presented in a somewhat low-key and understated manner, so not everyone will appreciate it or find the country attractive on the basis of this movie. But I loved it that they stayed away from the tourist spots - with a few exceptions such as the Alhambra in Grenada - and went to places that were a bit less known. And finally the ending: stunning! You are left wondering, at least I was: how is Steve going to get out of this? Is he going to get out of this? I certainly hope so - I'm all set for the new 'A trip to....'! Summarising: wonderful, but not for everyone.
Good but not great, this movie had me smiling throughout at the lighthearted banter, which was apparently mostly unscripted.The movie follows two friends traveling through Spain so that one of them can write a series of restaurant reviews. The focus is on their dialogue while they visit some tourist sights or sit in restaurants. There is not much of a story, and overall the film comes across more like a travel documentary rather than a movie.The dialogue mostly covers food, Spanish history, and being middle aged. Most of the humor comes from the friends taking mild jabs at each other, and <more>
their impressions of mostly British celebrities such as Michael Caine, Sean Connery, Mick Jagger and Roger Moore. There are many James Bond references. Overall, the formula is entertaining but I would be lying if I said it was not wearing a bit thin by the end of the film. I understand there are now three "Trip" films. I have not seen the previous two and I want to see them, although I am in no hurry because this is not the sort of comedy you can easily binge on.
enjoyed first two-thirds of the movie. then it gets dark and sad with an ending we could have done without. fans of the first two like me will find it basically the same. which is a good thing. but I wonder what they will say about the ending, Of course they must have another one!
The Pleasure of Their Company Provided, Once Again (by piedl)
If you need action and major special effects to enjoy a film, this will be your cup of tea. But I was excited to see another Coogan-Brydon venture come out and couldn't wait to watch it on Netflix. Like the Crosby-Hope road movies of old, "The Trip to Spain" repeats basically the same formula as its predecessors. Here, there are new impersonations added to the repertoire displayed in the past David Bowie, John Hurt, Roger Moore , and a cliffhanger ending. It's not for everyone, but fans of Coogan and Brydon, especially those of us in the US who don't get to see most of <more>
their TV work, will enjoy it. One bonus for me was learning that Kyle Soller of the new Poldark is an American.