Official US Trailer for Coogan & Brydon's Sequel 'The Trip to Spain'
"We should enjoy this moment guys, we're in the sweet spot." IFC Films has debuted another new official US trailer for The Trip to Spain, to compliment the first teaser trailer from a few months ago. The Trip to Spain is the second sequel in The Trip series (after The Trip to Italy in 2014), starring Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon as friends who go on a road trip wining and dining and doing impersonations. Early word from critics is that this is just as hilarious and ridiculous as the first two films, and might be a good bit of entertainment to catch at your local art house later this summer. The cast also includes Marta Barrio and Claire Keelan. These films don't seem like they should work as well as they do, but damnit, they are fun.
Here's the official US trailer for Michael Winterbottom's The Trip to Spain, direct from YouTube:
Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon reunite with director Michael Winterbottom for another chapter in their hilarious road trip series. 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. The Trip to Spain is both written and directed by English filmmaker Michael Winterbottom, of the first two The Trip films, as well as Butterfly Kiss, Jude, Welcome to Sarajevo, Wonderland, 24 Hour Party People, Code 46, The Road to Guantanamo, A Mighty Heart, The Killer Inside Me, and The Look of Love previously. The film premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival this spring. IFC will go on The Trip to Spain starting August 11th.
MIchael Winterbottom, what a strange director. How did he come to this? Not that this is totally unwatchable, but it looks like something for die hard fans of those two leading actors ...
shiboleth on Jun 14, 2017
I am a fairweather fan of both of them but these movies have been highly amusing and I look forward to the next chapter.
Jon Odishaw on Jun 14, 2017
So, if I have to expand the numbers of those who might like this, I have no problem with that. I am not saying people what to watch. Not only that, I might even watch them sometimes if I run into them somewhere on TV or internet. So I am not willing to say there's nothing to see in these films. That's because of the director mentioned above. So, I was more referring to the director and his interesting films that he made previously, Knowing those, these ones are a real change of course in his work. And that turns out to be peculiar to me, to be honest ...
shiboleth on Jun 15, 2017
I can pretty much guarantee you shilobeth, skip these. You will not like them. Don't waste your time or money. By the way, I loved the first one, looking forward to this one. But shilobeth, they just aren't for you.
Charles Knowlton on Jun 15, 2017
This is like some kind of marketing, right? Some hostile kind, I guess. But with good and tender intentions, definitely. I will see what will I do and take my chances with my choice. I myself am not sometimes quite sure what is there for me or not, what is the real choice. So since it's hard for me it also must be even harder for others to know what is there for me. But thank you for your genuine concern. As for you, you do enjoy these films, by all means, man ...
shiboleth on Jun 16, 2017
Dig the weird, strained friendship. Not sure why, but I am happy with this.
DAVIDPD on Jun 14, 2017
These movies must be fairly easy to make - a cast of two, mostly improvving, and eating and driving.... yet, they manage to be funny
TheOct8pus on Jun 15, 2017
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