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Two men, six meals in six different places on a road trip around Italy. Liguria, Tuscany, Rome, Amalfi and ending in Capri. Two men, six meals in six different places on a road trip around Italy. Liguria, Tuscany, Rome, Amalfi and ending in Capri. Two men, six meals in six different places on a road trip around Italy. Liguria, Tuscany, Rome, Amalfi and ending in Capri.

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Steve : [In reference to Alanis Morissette] You know I can see the appeal in a woman like this. Volatile women are always sexy when you first meet them but two years down the line you're sorta saying things like, 'can you just put the lids back on eh... on these jars please.'

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The founder of this site once said a very wise thing. Well, he actually said quite a few very wise things, but here’s one I go over and over pretty frequently: "There are two things you can't argue in film: comedy and eroticism. If something doesn't make you laugh, no one can tell you why it's funny, and it's difficult to reason someone out of an erection." That’s pretty funny in and of itself. Anyway, I’ve always respected Roger Ebert’s rule of comedy, which he articulated differently in various pieces over the course of his life, and which I distilled in my own mind as an instruction: If something’s funny, and you laugh at it a lot, you’ve gotta own it. (If you know me at all, you also know that I’ve got a laugh that’s kind of hard not to own—when I lose it, it’s pretty loud. I think Fox Searchlight bought “ Napoleon Dynamite ” at Sundance partially in the strength of my reaction to the steak-throwing joke.)

So here’s the breakdown: I laughed like a maniac at the Michael-Caine-impersonation reprise performed by comic actors Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon at the front end of “The Trip To Italy,” the followup (to call this a sequel is kind of special pleading, really) to “ The Trip .” The difference, by the way, being that in the prior film—both are distilled from somewhat longer television mini-series-es broadcast in Great Britain—the fellows gallivanted around the British countryside and in this picture they are in, you guessed it, Italy. To get back to the record, I also laughed like a maniac at the pictures end, in which Brydon and Coogan discuss various James Bonds in front of an appreciative audience of actors playing the publicist and teenage son of the characters played by Brydon and Coogan, who are lightly fictionalized versions of themselves. And I laughed consistently and appreciatively at many of the scenes in between, some of which depict the actors singing along to an Alanis Morrissette CD.

So if you go in for allusive British humor that builds slowly from dry to uproarious, as executed by two absolute masters of the form, “The Trip To Italy” will work for you, I believe. I also think the film, directed, like the prior one, by the astute Michael Winterbottom , is a somewhat smoother trip than the first. In that one, Coogan, who’s better known internationally than Brydon, was the focus, and the movie’s plot, such as it was, was hooked into his work and personal anxieties as he took a break from his Hollywood career just as it entered a pivotal moment. Here the focus is on Brydon, who gets a call from Hollywood, and also succumbs to a vacation flirtation that results in a pretty serious domestic misstep. Because the viewer is arguably less familiar with Brydon, the fiction is more convincing; we’re spared the potential distraction of trying to separate and/or combine the “real” person from the character he’s playing. Which leaves us more focus for the incredible-looking Italian meals the pair sample (these trips are foodie fodder for newspaper articles Brydon writes), and the impeccably delivered banter they exchange. It all looks scrumptious, which makes this movie a terribly refreshing one with which to close out the summer.

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"The Trip to Italy" is a 2014 comedy-drama film directed by Michael Winterbottom and starring Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon. It is a sequel to the critically acclaimed 2010 film "The Trip," which saw the duo play fictional versions of themselves on a culinary tour of the north of England. This time, they set out on a journey through Italy, exploring its diverse cuisine and rich cultural landscape.

The film begins with Coogan and Brydon reuniting in London to embark on their latest adventure. They are initially reluctant to go, feeling that the first trip may have been enough, but ultimately decide to head off to Italy together. The journey takes them from Liguria to Capri, via several stops in Tuscany and Rome.

Along the way, they eat at some of the country's finest restaurants and take in the breathtaking scenery. They also engage in their trademark brand of witty banter and impressions, often in the midst of lavish meals or picturesque vistas. Brydon continues to impress with his uncanny range of impressions, which includes everyone from Michael Caine to Sean Connery, while Coogan provides the perfect straight man to his partner's antics.

But the film isn't just a series of funny sketches and gorgeous vistas. It also explores some deeper themes, such as mortality and the passing of time. Coogan, in particular, grapples with these topics, as he tries to come to terms with the end of a long-term relationship and the realization that he may never have children. Brydon, on the other hand, seems content to live in the moment and enjoy the pleasures of life.

As the journey progresses, the pair encounter several interesting characters, such as a flirtatious hotel receptionist and a charming boat captain. These encounters add to the tapestry of the film, showcasing the variety of experiences that can be found in a country as rich and diverse as Italy.

Throughout the film, Winterbottom uses a mix of handheld and static shots to capture both the beauty of the Italian landscape and the intimacy of the conversations between the two leads. This approach gives the film a sense of immediacy and presence, making the audience feel like a part of the journey.

The soundtrack is also noteworthy, featuring a mix of classical and contemporary Italian music. This adds to the film's sense of place and helps to create a unique atmosphere that transports the viewer to Italy.

Overall, "The Trip to Italy" is a delightful and engaging film that is both funny and thought-provoking. Coogan and Brydon continue to be a joy to watch together, and the Italian setting provides the perfect backdrop for their comedic and dramatic adventures. Whether you're a fan of the first film or a newcomer to the series, this is a trip worth taking.

The Trip To Italy is a 2014 comedy with a runtime of 1 hour and 48 minutes. It has received mostly positive reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 6.6 and a MetaScore of 75.

The Trip To Italy

  • Genres Comedy Drama
  • Cast Steve Coogan Rob Brydon Rosie Fellner
  • Director Michael Winterbottom
  • Release Date 2014
  • MPAA Rating NR
  • Runtime 1 hr 48 min
  • Language English
  • IMDB Rating 6.6   (16,134)
  • Metascore 75

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Years after their successful restaurant review tour of Northern Britain, Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon are commissioned for a new tour in Italy.

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I'VE BURIED TOO MANY BATMEN, MISTER BRUCE.

Eli Hayes

Review by Eli Hayes ★★★★ 6

This may be an unpopular opinion, but I actually think that I prefer this to The Trip. The serious aspects are more effective/less awkward, the cinematography and music are absolutely gorgeous, and above all else, this one was straight-up funnier. The Batman & Bane scene toward the beginning was the hardest I've laughed in a theater all year; I'm pretty sure I snorted and embarrassed my friends. Also accidentally spat my soda out at another point during the film. Undignified signs of damn good comedy.

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All I know is I've watched the 'Michael Parkinson interview' five times and I laughed harder each time.

"We'll come back to you, Steve, and now Michael Bublé..."

Review by davidehrlich ★★★★

“Always laugh when you can. It is cheap medicine” – Lord Byron

The death of Robin Williams–who earlier this week took his own life after a decades-long battle with severe depression–has refocused our collective attention on the tragicomic irony of the world’s Pagliaccis, those clowns who jump on the darkness like it’s a live grenade so that the rest of us can live in the light. Of course, this is not to say that all comedians are desperately staving off suicide, but simply–to borrow the title of a hilarious episode of The Simpsons–that there’s always at least a little something to see behind the laughter.

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This movie understand the thin patina of intelligence and sophistication male friends must struggle under in order to appear civilized, before they can get around to the business of impersonating Bane and making jokes about being sexually assaulted in prison.

Logan Kenny

Review by Logan Kenny ★★★★★ 2

he’s gonna be in an actual American movie. two men constantly chasing the unobtainable, better success, better jobs, better relationships with their loved ones, just stuck in a limbo of middle age and melancholy. it’s as funny as I remembered, with the Dark Knight Rises gag being one of the finest comedic moments of the 2010s, but a little bit of age has uncovered just how devastating it is. Brydon’s best work, so glad I saw it again, can’t wait for the other two. doing the movies since it’s quicker but will go back and watch the full episodes again whenever I need the perfect blend of subtle devastation and uproarious comedy.

Joe

Review by Joe ★★★★½

Coogan's reaction to being told that Humphrey Bogart was in a car accident during filming of Beat the Devil - a shocked "this is news to me!" - is a true treasure. I think this is actually funnier than the first one.

grace spelman

Review by grace spelman

watched on plane to Italy. laughed so much. guess what: I love my boys and i always will

Sam Van Hallgren

Review by Sam Van Hallgren ★★★★

Expert sequel-ing. Self aware, and yet avoids trying to top the pleasures of the original. And if not funnier than the first at least as funny, while also digging a little deeper into Brydon and Coogan's anxieties. A day later, I'm still laughing about kumquat. And Brydon's Man in the Box making an appearance in Pompeii was not only hilarious, its borderline inappropriateness - along with Coogan's response to it - actually made the thousands year-old tragedy of the place hit home in a way that surprised me. And the look on Brydon's face after he books the big movie gig told me more about the melancholy of the movie business than anything this side of (the oft mentioned) Fellini.

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Mike D'Angelo

Review by Mike D'Angelo ★★★

A.V. Club review . More of the same, though no bit here is nearly as inspired as "Gentlemen, to bed!" or the dueling Michael Caines (though the latter makes a reappearance, among several other audience-courting callbacks). Brydon and Coogan—and I place Brydon first expressly to annoy Coogan—make such a pleasurable team that they could probably make half a dozen of these without exhausting our goodwill; if they keep going, I do hope they eventually realize that the would-be poignant material about their fake personal lives is superfluous.

Jake Cole

Review by Jake Cole ★★★★

An actual, considerable improvement upon an already delightful premise. For one thing, Winterbottom's vistas of Italy are far more loving and epic than his more pastoral depiction of the English countryside. For another, the focus shifts away from Coogan, who starts to attain a sense of contentment in life (ironically from losing a job, a set of circumstances that nonetheless allows him to move back home to be with his son), while Brydon now has to deal with the temptations and miseries of fame and attention. It shakes up the dynamic without doing anything to radical, and watching Brydon deal with the nervousness of attraction to a guide, or of getting a potential big-break part, loads his chirpy impressions now…

Dhai

Review by Dhai ★★★★★

2 filmbros that go to italy so what can i say it’s an automatic 5 stars

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Ah, to be famous or just funny enough for someone to pay for your freewheeling jaunt along the Amalfi Coast! You wouldn’t always know it from his compendium of lip twitches and often comic and sour asides, but Steve Coogan is one lucky man, as is Rob Brydon, his returning partner in clowning and mileage. As in “ The Trip ,” their 2010 excursion into British cuisine, the two have teamed up for a journey, ostensibly so that now they can review six Italian restaurants for The Observer of London. In other words, this is “The Trip” with pasta.

Last time around it was Mr. Coogan who had been tapped to review restaurants in northern England, a gig that resulted in many on-screen glasses of wine, fancy dishes and dueling impersonations with Mr. Brydon. To wit: One traveler executed a brilliant Michael Caine and the other raised the stakes with Sean Connery, and then they threw around allusions to Coleridge and Wordsworth amid one man’s romantic tryst and some misbegotten sentimentalism. As in the earlier film, that chameleon Michael Winterbottom has assumed the off-screen role of director, a part he plays here with a light touch, technical competency and no particular point of view, auteurist or otherwise. Both trips originated as BBC television series that have been cut down for theatrical release.

And so with Mr. Brydon and Mr. Coogan now playing tag-team critics, they tool around Italy in a Mini Cooper blasting Alanis Morissette in between sampling luscious meals and bedding down in heavenly hotels. This time their literary touchstones include Lord Byron , who moved to Italy in 1817 before setting off in 1823 to participate in the Greek fight for independence from the Ottoman Empire. Mr. Coogan and Mr. Brydon carve out a mini Romantic poets tour, visiting a home, a statue and a cemetery and, at one point, lingering on a beach with a reproduction of Louis Édouard Fournier’s 1889 painting “The Funeral of Shelley,” which shows Byron mourning his friend. The relationship between Mr. Coogan and Mr. Brydon is a bit less eternal.

Hanging out with Romantic ghosts does put the two travelers in a thoughtful mood, particularly about life and death, though it’s impossible to know if these intimations of mortality generate from them or Mr. Winterbottom. Whatever the case, the movie is shot through with references to shuffling off this mortal coil, a topic that manifests in various ways, including a quick visit to a crypt, an aside about Roberto Rossellini’s 1954 masterpiece “Journey to Italy” and the arrival of Mr. Coogan’s fictional teenage son, Joe (Timothy Leach). Narratively, Joe seems to have been brought in to introduce a (modest) jolt of young male energy to the proceedings. It’s a jolt that by rights should complement a talk Mr. Brydon and Mr. Coogan have about how young women no longer look at them.

That conversation briefly points the movie toward rockier, more difficult terrain than Mr. Winterbottom or his co-conspirators choose to explore. That’s too bad, although maybe not. Like its predecessor, “The Trip to Italy” flirts with seriousness yet invariably, perhaps rightly, it always goes for the joke, the pun, the fun and the sun. (The food seems even more incidental here than it did in the first movie, although there’s plenty of epicurean oohing and ahing.) Time and again, these travelers dodge reality, including any mention of the cost of all those wines, meals and rooms, and whether the women who do look at them would do so if these funnymen weren’t also famous. In the end, they turn a few of Lord Byron’s words into something like an ethos: “And if I laugh at any mortal thing, ’tis that I may not weep.”

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    The Trip to Italy: Directed by Michael Winterbottom. With Steve Coogan, Rob Brydon, Rosie Fellner, Claire Keelan. Two men, six meals in six different places on a road trip around Italy. Liguria, Tuscany, Rome, Amalfi and ending in Capri.

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    The Trip to Italy is a 2014 British comedy film written and directed by Michael Winterbottom.It is the sequel of Winterbottom's TV series The Trip, and similarly stars Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon as fictionalized versions of themselves. The film had its world premiere at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival on 20 January 2014. Following the premiere, a second TV series, also titled The Trip to ...

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    So here's the breakdown: I laughed like a maniac at the Michael-Caine-impersonation reprise performed by comic actors Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon at the front end of "The Trip To Italy," the followup (to call this a sequel is kind of special pleading, really) to "The Trip."The difference, by the way, being that in the prior film—both are distilled from somewhat longer television ...

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    The Trip to Italy. Comedians Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon reunite for a tour of Italy's finest food, hotels and women in this hilarious sequel to their 2009 hit. 654 IMDb 6.6 1 h 48 min 2014. X-Ray 16+. Comedy · Drama · Charming · Joyous.

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    Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon reunite for a new culinary road trip, retracing the steps of the Romantic poets' grand tour of Italy and indulging in some sparkling banter and impersonation-offs. Rewhetting our palates from the earlier film, the characters enjoy mouthwatering meals in gorgeous settings from Liguria to Capri while riffing on subjects as varied as Batman's vocal register, the ...

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    NR. 2014. 1 hr 48 min. 6.6 (16,134) 75. "The Trip to Italy" is a 2014 comedy-drama film directed by Michael Winterbottom and starring Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon. It is a sequel to the critically acclaimed 2010 film "The Trip," which saw the duo play fictional versions of themselves on a culinary tour of the north of England.

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    Cast. Steve Coogan Rob Brydon Rosie Fellner Claire Keelan Marta Barrio Timothy Leach Ronni Ancona Rebecca Johnson Alba Foncuberta Bufil Flora Villani Giuseppe Palmieri Piero Aprea Lorenzo Cappuccio Marita Massolino. 108 mins More at IMDb TMDb. Sign in to log, rate or review. Share. Ratings. 13 fans 3.6. ★.

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    The Trip to Italy 2010 1 Season Travel Comedy List Reviews 52% Fewer than 50 Ratings Avg. Audience Score Two men, six meals in six different places on a road trip around Italy.

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