Unfinished Business

PLOT:

A hard-working small business owner (Vince Vaughn) and his two associates (Tom Wilkinson, Dave Franco) travel to Europe to close the most important deal of their lives. But what began as a routine business trip goes off the rails in every imaginable – and unimaginable – way, including unplanned stops at a massive sex fetish event and a global economic summit.

What people are saying:

“If you’re a female I can see why you would hate this movie. But from a male’s perspective I actually enjoyed it. It has plenty of dark humor, but I still managed to find myself laughing throughout the entire movie and the storyline kept me interested. There were even some parts of this movie that had me wishing I was there.” 3 stars

“It was a mediocre movie but it really had its moments. Dave Franco character being my favourite, Vince Vaughn did his usual to the best of his ability, with Wilkinson being a third wheel. Franco made this movie for me, otherwise its only slightly amusing.” 3 stars

“A few cheap laughs thru out the film. It’s one of those films that you really want to like, but reality sets in, you realize what being in denial is all about. The plot is cookie cutter Hollywood story, the story isn’t really all there. So at the very least, deliver some hearty character interaction, dervelopment, & turn your head gags. Sadly the characters are all one dimensional from start to finish. The funny moments are few, the back stories & growth are limited, & it goes on longer than it should have.” 2 stars

“Not a great movie. It seemed to be divided between business, partying, and bullying is bad. Vince Vaughn did fine, but not all the acting was great. For example, the evil female Chuck wasn’t very hate-able. The movie just seemed confused about what type of movie to be. Not recommended.” 2 1/2 stars

“Totally completely FLAT from beginning to end. There’s nothing worse than a comedy that repeats the same unfunny jokes over and over and over and over and over again. Very disappointing.” 1 star

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