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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. Written by
20th Century Fox
Movie poster is a homage to "Thank You For Smoking" See more »
At the beginning of the movie Tim says that he is 67 years old. The next scene while they are standing in Dunkin' Donuts it clearly states that a year has passed. As the three men are walking through the airport to board their plane Tim says he is 67 when he should be 68. See more »
Written by Jason Bovino, Amy Louise Sheppard, and George Josef Sheppard
Performed by Sheppard
Courtesy of Decca Records / Republic Records
under license from Universal Music Enterprises See more »
Unfinished Business was a welcome surprise. Based on what I had read about it, I was prepared to leave the theatre underwhelmed and disappointed. That did not happen, though.
Vince Vaughn and Tom Wilkinson were amusing in their roles and they seemed to get things more right than wrong when it came to delivery and to timing. The character of their simple sidekick was more than a bit annoying, but it was good to see that the characters played by Vaughn and Wilkinson cut him a lot of slack. In short, this is a better movie than many IMDb amateur reviewers would have you believe.
I found myself chuckling more than a few times, laughing at their antics and the absurdity of it all. This was a charming and amusing film in the end. If I were to guess, then some of the reviewers here may have felt discomfort over the depictions of drinking, drug use, and sexuality in this picture. So it goes. Recommended viewing for the non-church going set.
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