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The Long Weekend (2005)

R | | Comedy | 26 June 2006 (UK)
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A comedy about two brothers, uptight Ed and playboy Cooper. Ed has a weekend to save his career, but Cooper has other plans for the weekend; to help his stressed out brother get lucky with the ladies.

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Pat Holden

Writer:

Tad Safran
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Chris Klein ... Cooper
Brendan Fehr ... Ed Waxman
Chandra West ... Kim
Craig Fairbrass ... Frank
Paul Campbell ... Roger
Cobie Smulders ... Ellen
Andy Thompson ... Officer Garcia
Nicole McKay ... Cathy
Alejandro Rae ... Jack
Roger Haskett ... Ed's Father
Stephen Park ... Doctor
J. Douglas Stewart ... Doctor #2
Chelan Simmons ... Susie
Charles Andrew Payne ... Cop #1 (as Charles Payne)
Will Sanderson ... Cop #2
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Cooper and Ed are brothers: Coop acts, in ads and soaps, spending his real energy chasing women for one-night stands. His younger brother Ed, an earnest young man, works in an ad agency. For the past year, since finding his girlfriend in bed with another man with a video camera running, Ed has been in a funk: he's carried a torch, his social life has tanked, and his work has suffered. Ed will be fired on Monday unless he can save a major account. It's his birthday weekend: he wants to work, but Cooper wants Ed to rediscover his sex life. Cooper works hard to help Ed score, but disaster piles on disaster. Can a decent guy save his job and get a life? Written by <jhailey@hotmail.com>

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Two Brothers. One Weekend. No Shame. See more »

Genres:

Comedy

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Language:

English

Release Date:

26 June 2006 (UK) See more »

Also Known As:

Dugačak vikend See more »

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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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Connections

References The Graduate (1967) See more »

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Let's Kick It In
Written by Stephen Phillips (as Stephen Robert Phillips) and Tim P.
Performed by BossHouse
Courtesy of Bad Poodle Music
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Funny SEX Comedy
29 November 2005 | by GregFOX201See all my reviews

While the main drawing card of this movie seems to be the assortment of raunchy sex gags and I'll admit they do make you laugh (I actually laughed so hard at one point I spit out a mouth full of pop). But what really helps this movie is the likability and earnestness of the two guys. You can't help but sympathize with Ed and everyone's has a friend who is something like the Cooper character.

The plot mainly deals with Cooper and Ed's "quest" for sex over one long weekend. That is all it is, and all it was ever billed to be. And it goes over great. I admit, I was not too excited about it at first but now I am glad I saw it. If you don't like raunchy stories who flaunt sex jokes shamelessly, and if you didn't like Porky's or Fast Times at Ridgemont High, or American Pie don't go see it. Otherwise, go see it and laugh your *ss off.

Any guy will appreciate The Long Weekend full tilt, and girls will realize just what hoops guys jump through in order to get their attention, let alone in their pants.

What added to The Long Weekend is that I liked both the characters. I didn't know Chris Klein could act until I saw this film, this is the first time he's stepped out of his usual character and I have to say he steals the show. I was glad that they didn't make them the stereotype one nice one sleazy Ed ain't perfect and Cooper isn't all bad. The brothers have some genuine moments on the screen which adds to the film as a whole.

Dude, go see this if you want to laugh...I saw this in Europe when is it coming out in the States?!!


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