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The Trip to Spain is a movie starring Steve Coogan, Rob Brydon, and Rebecca Johnson. 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,...

Genres
Drama, Comedy
Director
Michael Winterbottom
Starring
Claire Keelan, Rob Brydon, Steve Coogan, Rebecca Johnson

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Product details

Genres Drama, Comedy
Director Michael Winterbottom
Stars Claire Keelan, Rob Brydon, Steve Coogan, Rebecca Johnson
Country UK
Also Known As スペインは呼んでいる, Ceļojums uz Spāniju, Uma Viagem para a Espanha, 享受吧!瘋味西班牙, Ταξίδι στην Ισπανία, A Viagem a Espanha
Runtime 1 h 48 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description Due to the success of the first two trips to Northern England and Italy, the Guardian, this time in conjunction with the New York Times, asks Steve Coogan to write restaurant reviews from another week long trip, this time through Spain. Rob Brydon, Steve's companion on the other two trips, is already aware of the trip, and agrees to go in favoring it over the alternative. Beyond Steve's planned itinerary which will take them south through the center of the country to mirror a trip he did when he was eighteen, they will necessarily embark on some Don Quixote/ Sancho Panza escapades due in part to the current Terry Gilliam movie project on the pair. Like the other two trips, Steve and Rob are accompanied by a plethora of celebrities, from Mick Jagger to Michael Caine to Hugh Grant to a pair of Bonds in the form of their impersonations, but unlike those other two trips, both seem centered and grounded in all aspects of their lives. Rob is settled in his life as loving husband to Sally and father to Chloe and Charlie, while Steve is riding a high with a pair of recent Oscar nominations, being in a committed albeit long distance relationship with New York based Mischa, and having a renewed relationship with his now twenty year old son Jonathan, who will join him at the end of the trip in southern Spain. As the trip progresses, Steve ends up quietly having to deal with crisis after crisis in both his professional and personal life.

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Tuesday, 21 Apr 2020 01:01

The Trip to Spain is a film about two men, Jason (Jason Lee) and Bruce (Paul Reubens) who have nothing in common except for their sense of humor. Bruce gets a job at a local movie theater, and he and his friends, Chuck (Michael Richards), Fran (Sarah Jessica Parker), and Donnie (Jim Belushi) all spend their free time there. The plot goes like this: Bruce takes a job in the movie theater, while Jason is too lazy to work in his own job. Bruce meets the other employees, including a mysterious woman named Violet (Patty McCormack) who is supposedly from the Philippines. The plot goes like this: After a disappointing performance at his last theater, Bruce heads home to San Francisco to collect himself, but he doesn't realize that he is leaving his friends behind. Jason is a bit confused and thinks that it's Bruce, but he soon realizes that the other people are really Jason and his friends. Bruce and Jason also meet the mysterious woman, and they start to have a friendship. Bruce and Jason also realize that they need to reconnect with each other, and they decide to spend a few days together and see the sights. But, all of a sudden, things are not what they seem to be. If you're looking for a movie about friendship, you might want to skip this one. The Trip to Spain is actually a fairly decent movie. It has good humor, some good jokes, and it doesn't really take itself seriously. But, the movie is kind of disappointing because of how it's structured. The Trip to Spain isn't a really original movie, and it doesn't have much going for it, but it's still enjoyable enough to make it worth watching. I give The Trip to Spain a B-.


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