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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:
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Beck
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Liam
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Buddy
Floyd Foster Jr. ...
Charlie
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Franklin
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Sara
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Shane
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Bobby
Mary Gillis ...
Mary the Waitress
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Eden (voice)
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Chippy (voice)
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Eden / Burlesque Dancer
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Liam's Mom (voice)
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Dr. Lipschweiss
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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Peanut Butter and Jelly
Written by C.A. Gabriel and Steven Manganaro (as Steve Manganaro)
Performed by C.A. Gabriel and Matt Bush
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The Truth hurts but it was funny to hear it
18 January 2018 | by See all my reviews

Disclosure: I wanted to see this because I am a fan of NCIS:LA. I LOVED the movie because it was clever, well written, well acted and not only made me laugh out loud but touched on several truths about how we see ourselves and others. Everyone will find something to relate to, even old ladies like me. Renee Felce Smith and Matt Bush were terrific as the not so star-crossed lovers. Eric Christian Olsen as the voice of Chippy was great and the appearance by Lnda Hunt was the cherry on top. Well done all!


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