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Review: THE TRIP TO SPAIN, Yet Another Hilarious Culinary Journey from Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon

Calling The Trip to Spain anything other than an overly indulgent project would be an understatement: the endless in-jokes, impersonations and food porn aplenty. But who cares? As a fan of the series and Coogan and Brydon's sardonic banter, Spain is by far the funniest of the three.

Julian Barratt's MINDHORN Squares Off Against Kenneth Branagh In New Clip

Starring Julian Barratt (The Mighty Boosh, Nathan Barley), and featuring a host of British comedy favourites, including the film's co-writer Simon Farnaby (Horrible Histories, Yonderland) and Steve Coogan (Alan Partridge), anarchic comedy Mindhorn follows a broken down former TV detective...

MINDHORN: Julian Barratt Can See The Truth In Trailer For UK Cult Comedy

The Mighty Boosh and Nathan Barley star Julian Barratt stars as the greatest detective who has never actually existed in upcoming UK comedy Mindhorn. Barratt and his former Boosh cohort Simon Farnaby wrote the screenplay for this one and their...

Crowdfund This: THE ADVENTURES OF DRUNKY, An R Rated Animated Movie From UGLY AMERICANS Creators

Well, glory to God in the highest, He's about to appear in an R-Rated cartoon from the same folks that brought us Ugly Americans, Superjail, Wonder Showzen, Golan the Insatiable, Golden Age, and The Jellies. We couldn't be happier to...

STAN & OLLIE: Steve Coogan And John C. Reilly To Star In Laurel And Hardy Biopic

Well now, this is some inspired casting. Deadline is reporting that Steve Coogan and John C. Reilly have been cast in Jon S. Baird's Laurel and Hardy biopic Stan & Ollie. The pair are to play the titular roles of...

Julian Barratt Plays The MINDHORN!

Rejoice, you fans of The Mighty Boosh! For leading man Julian Barratt has reunitied with Boosh cohort Simon Farnaby and Steve Coogan's Baby Cow Productions on a new feature film titled Mindhorn. and, yes, it sounds every bit as odd...

Steve Coogan And Rob Brydon Do Tom Hardy In This Deleted THE TRIP TO ITALY Scene

Available now on DVD and BluRay, Michael Winterbottom's The Trip To Italy once again pairs British comics Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon on a cross country food odyssey that involves at least as much off the cuff banter as it...

Review: THE TRIP TO ITALY, Very Funny, Yet Overly Familiar

Michael Winterbottom's The Trip was an enormously pleasant surprise. The 2010 UK TV series -- also cut into feature form for the international market -- was built on what appeared to be the flimsiest of premises, featuring British comics Rob...

Review: ALAN PARTRIDGE Keeps The Stakes Low And The Comedy Hilarious

The highly anticipated big screen debut of Steve Coogan's Alan Partridge arrives in Alan Partridge a blissfully straightforward and outrageously hilarious comedy that finds the titular character caught up in a hostage situation at the local radio station in Norfolk...

Sundance 2014 Review: Though Still Very Funny, THE TRIP TO ITALY Is A Pale Imitation Of The First

Michael Winterbottom's The Trip was an enormously pleasant surprise. The 2010 UK TV series - also cut into feature form for the international market - was built on what appeared to be the flimsiest of premises, featuring British comics Rob...

AnarchyVision: Jason Gorber Talks FROZEN, ARMSTRONG LIE, PHILOMENA And More

Back again this week after about 12 hours of travel, only managed to make a few stumbles that I'll directly attribute to jetlag. Still, got to gush about the people of Tallinn, Estonia that hosted me for the Black...

Review: PHILOMENA, The Transformative Power Of Raw Anger And Anguish

I was taught to control my emotions, to tamp down anger when it flared up, to empathize with the other person, and to avoid hurting anyone's feelings, which may explain why I sided so quickly with the titular old lady...

Review: THE LOOK OF LOVE Is Pure Period Panache

Steve Coogan and Michael Winterbottom are an incendiary pair. From 24 Hour Party People to Tristram Shandy, the actor-director duo produce a potent synergy that is hard to pin down. Given the cult success of these earlier two films, it...

The Partridge Is Landing In America.

The Partridge is coming. Alan Partridge, that is, with Magnolia announcing today that they have snapped up North American rights to the first big screen outing of the hugely popular Steve Coogan character. New York (August 20, 2013) - The...

Review: ALAN PARTRIDGE: ALPHA PAPA Keeps The Stakes Low And The Comedy Hilarious

The highly anticipated big screen debut of Steve Coogan's Alan Partridge arrives in Alan Partridge: Alpha Papa, a blissfully straightforward and outrageously hilarious comedy that finds Partridge caught up in a hostage situation at the local radio station in Norfolk...

New TV Spot, Two Clips And A Lesson In Cinema Etiquette From ALAN PARTRIDGE: ALPHA PAPA

Anticipation continues to grow for the arrival of Alan Partridge: Alpha Papa - the first big screen outing for Steve Coogan's enormously popular chat show host character - with advance press in the UK hailing it as an absolute home...

Winterbottom! Coogan! Brydon! THE TRIP TO ITALY Starts Shooting This Week!

There will be more food, there will be more bickering, but will there be more Michael Caine?Following the runaway success of The Trip - the Michael Winterbottom directed BBC comedy starring Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon as somewhat fictionalized versions...

Watch Steve Coogan And Rob Brydon Impersonate Michael Caine While Dubbed In Spanish

Call this today's moment of cognitive disconnect.As any regular reader of this site will know, we are big fans of Steve Coogan in these parts and particularly big fans when he teams up with director Michael Winterbottom. He did just...

Steve Coogan Shows Off The Bachelor Pad In New THE LOOK OF LOVE Clip

Steve Coogan reteams with director Michael Winterbottom - director of 24 Hour Party People, The Trip, A Cock And Bull Story, etc - for the upcoming The Look Of Love, a biopic of British pornographer Paul Raymond.After starting his show...

Steve Coogan Is In DOUBT

In Michael Winterbottom's The Trip Steve Coogan stars as a slightly manically magnified version of himself. The film has a rather hilarious running gag, and then clever nightmare sequence, wherein the actor-comedian deflects an offer to star in a U.S....