The Trip to Spain (2017)
Critic Consensus: The Trip to Spain offers more of the same scenery, food, and conversation that filled Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon's first two Trips -- which is to say, more of a good thing.
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Critic Reviews for The Trip to Spain
Coogan and Brydon ... begin to grate, and come off as obnoxious, both to themselves and to the patrons around them, who hopefully got comped for their meals.
That's the pleasure of the uneven but enjoyable "Trip" movies, of which this is the third installment: For better or worse, it's almost like being at that table.
It may fail as a movie, but it works as a lovely jaunt with witty companions who delight in the pleasures that arise from their long association.
The mercurial nature of fame acts as an ideal metaphor for the fleeting and uncertain nature of life itself - all of which, in the masterful hands of Brydon, Coogan and Winterbottom, goes down more smoothly than a glass of Rioja.
Provided you're a fan of subdued dry wit, bittersweet views of males in middle age and wicked celebrity impressions, it's a perceptive trip you'll want to take.
Audience Reviews for The Trip to Spain
The Coogan and Brydon update of the Hope and Crosby "road buddy films" have been for the most part entertaining but guys it time to hang it up after this last attempt. The scenery and food remained top-notch however the endless impressions one-up-man-ship has grown stale and tiresome. Bizarre ending didn't help either. (9-21-17)
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