The Trip to Spain

The Trip to Spain

The Trip to Spain

After tripping through the UK & Italy, Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon eat, bicker and do impressions while taking in the beauty of Spain.

"This time taking their wit and appetites on a tour through picturesque Spain’s finest fine dining, Coogan and Brydon trade celebrity impressions and witty banter over paella and gazpacho, their comic observations on fame and friendship as dry as the finest Spanish wine. Older and maybe wiser, the pair's conversation roams over many topics, but always seems to come back to fame, family, and getting older. Brydon is now a father, while Coogan is basking in the critical response to a lauded film performance (which he is happy to remind Brydon of at every opportunity), even as his agent seems to be losing interest in his career." (Tribeca Film Festival)

2017Rating: M, Offensive language111 minsUK
Comedy
Director:
Michael Winterbottom ('24 Hour Party People', 'A Mighty Heart', 'The Killer Inside Me')
Cast:
Steve CooganRob BrydonMarta BarrioClaire KeelanMargo Stilley

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The Trip to Spain / Reviews

Flicks, Tony Stamp

Flicks, Tony Stamp

The Trip series is hard to categorise. You can expect a lot of comedic riffing, some nice-looking meals and scenery, with a smidgen of emotional depth. They’re mostly inert plot-wise, but they’re nice to hang out in for a few hours.

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Variety

Variety

If you're a fan of the first two movies, it's hard to imagine that you won't like this one.

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Urban Cinefile

Urban Cinefile

If you enjoyed The Trip (2010) and its 2014 sequel, you will surely enjoy this interlude, although the film does not sparkle quite as brightly - or feel as fresh - as the Italian sojourn.

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The Australian

The Australian

It's good to be sitting in on the crazy conversations of these two insatiable show-offs, but it's getting just a little bit stale.

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Sydney Morning Herald

Sydney Morning Herald

It's hard to resist the vicarious pleasures of the scenery and the restaurants that fill the stretches between the verbal sparring.

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Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

Diminishing returns, but funny and lovely to look at.

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Herald Sun

Herald Sun

If you have dug their past work, the pair remain exceedingly great fun on an eavesdropping basis.

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FilmInk

FilmInk

So, it is a formula. Who cares, when you have these two in full flow?

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