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The Trip
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Steve Coogan Steve Coogan
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Rob Brydon Rob Brydon
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Elodie Harrod Elodie Harrod
Justin Edwards Justin Edwards
Steve's UK Agent
Margo Stilley Margo Stilley


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8 years, 3 months ago at Jul 3 22:38
1 vote
Hilarity in just a few scenes does not excuse the rest of the repeatedness. Two guys who travel about doing impressions in restaurants. geez!


6 years, 8 months ago at Jan 27 20:48
1 vote
I love buddy movies...I love how characters develop throughout the movie and we laugh with them or at them so when I read about "The trip" I was up for it. I always admire British humor so for more than 1 hour or 1 hr 18 mins to be precise, I was trying very hard to like it but I then gave up. It was going nowhere till then. Eating, drinking, making impressions which got boring after a while so ov... read more


7 years, 4 months ago at Jun 19 14:01
1 vote
A nice picturesque comedy tale of a touching road movie starring the actor-comedians Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon. Coogan gets a magazine assignment to review a dozen outrageously pretentious country restaurants in the chilly north of England. For company, he brings along his friend and colleague, Welsh-born impressionist (Brydon). The entire movie consists of these two driving, eating, and talking... read more
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Steve Coogan has been asked by The Observer to tour the country's finest restaurants, but after his girlfriend backs out on him he must take his best friend and source of eternal aggravation, Rob Brydon.
Release date: 24 April 2011
Tags: Comedy (3), London (2), Cinema (2), 2010s (2), 2011 (1), 2010 (1)
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" I can understand the appeal as the film do have some charm and a great premise of two friends going on a trip to make a food citique. At first it has a great "reality TV" aspect to it and that feel is deepened with how the actors improvise things on the spot, but sadly it ends up mostly being a film about the two of them doing impressions and nagging at each other. The added scenes of dreams also take away the realistic illusion of it all even if the Ben Stiller cameo was fun. Maybe it worked b"

johanlefourbe posted a review 3 years ago

A good movie

“I wasn’t really sure what to expect from this flick but since I always had a weak spot for Michael Winterbottom’s work, I was quite eager to check it out. It is one of these fake documentaries that Winterbottom has been known for and it was probably the lightest movie he has made so far. Basically, you only get to see Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon driving around the north of England, eating some rather expensive food and having some (not really deep) conversations. I really liked, aside the fact that Coogan and Brydon were pretty funny, the fact that they actually never really talked about the food. It was also refreshing that those guys were not really arguing all the time but they were not kissing their ass either which was quite refreshing. Still, even though it was a fun watch, I can” read more

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