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The Relationtrip (2017)

Not Rated | | Comedy | 11 March 2017 (USA)
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At an age when everyone around them is settling down and finding love, Beck and Liam are self-proclaimed loners. After bonding over their mutual disinterest in relationships, they decide to... See full summary »
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Renée Felice Smith ... Beck
Matt Bush ... Liam
Nelson Franklin ... Buddy
Floyd Foster Jr. Floyd Foster Jr. ... Charlie
Brandon Kyle Goodman ... Franklin
Georgia Mischak ... Sara
Alexander Tovar ... Shane
Owain Rhys Davies ... Bobby
Mary Gillis Mary Gillis ... Mary the Waitress
Natasha Loring ... Eden (voice)
Eric Christian Olsen ... Chippy (voice)
Amy Hessler ... Eden / Burlesque Dancer
Sally Struthers ... Liam's Mom (voice)
Linda Hunt ... Dr. Lipschweiss
Jana Kleyn Jana Kleyn ... Coffee Shop Patron / Salon-goer
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At an age when everyone around them is settling down and finding love, Beck and Liam are self-proclaimed loners. After bonding over their mutual disinterest in relationships, they decide to go away together on a 'friend' trip. And that's when things get weird. Really, surreally weird.

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Co-writer/co-director and star Renee Felice Smith is one of the stars of TV series NCIS: Los Angeles and her TV co-stars Eric Christian Olsen and Linda Hunt both appear in this movie - Olsen does the voice of character "Chippy" and Hunt plays the character "Dr. Lipschweiss" (both are seen or heard in the trailer). See more »

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All My Life
Performed by K-Ci & Jojo (as K-Ci & JoJo)
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Under license from Universal Music Enterprises
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Let's Get Weird!: A surreal, hilarious, and relatable take on the modern romantic comedy.
18 January 2018 | by dupidroxSee all my reviews

If you're expecting to see a typical romantic comedy when watching The Relationtrip, then you will be pleasantly surprised to find a fresh and charmingly odd take on this often worn out genre. This film strays from the typical pattern of a romantic comedy in that it speaks to both those who are in relationships and those who are not. The humor and awkwardness of the interaction between characters is easily relatable to numerous people who feel pressured into getting into relationships by those around them, when a relationship is not something that that person is ready for. The acting, writing, and directing are outstanding in The Relationtrip and show the true talent and dedication that went into making such a well thought out project. This film is weird in the absolute best way possible and appeals to such a wide audience that it is a must see for everyone. It is highly recommend that you hope on board for the surreal and uproarious journey that is The Relationtrip.


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