Ken Scott's comedy Unfinished Business stars Vince Vaughn as a struggling businessman trying to get his fledgling company off the ground. To do so he must travel with his partners (Dave Franco and Tom Wilkinson) on a foreign business trip in order to land a huge client. Unexpectedly, our hero discovers that he is competing against his former boss, and his attempts to show the prospective clients the best night of their lies leads to a number of unexpected complications.~Perry Seibert
So first I'm going to say that this movie is a little stupid. But it's hilarious because it's so dumb. It's slap stick comedy and you have to have a taste for it to enjoy this kind of a movie. We all know what I'm talking about here.....Dumb & Dumber, Old School, Bad Neighbors, etc. Movies that are just stupid humor. I am personally a huge fan of stupid humor so I rented this with that expectation in mind. Really hilarious. Enjoyed this movie from beginning to end. Watch it if you're looking for some good laughs with some of our favorite actors.
Like most of Vince Vaughn's movies, this one is both full of sarcasm while having a bit of a heart. Trying to pull off a Jerry Maguire moment at his office, Vince walks out grabbing a couple other employees to make a rival marketing firm. After a few years, they are still struggling and once more come into competition with his old company.
There is a lot of funny moments, but beware there is nudity and graphic humor as well. Not one for the kids. If you enjoy Vince Vauhn's comedic style and previous movies, you'll probably like this film also.
I am a huge fan of Vince Vaughn, and I know he's had a few missteps along the way, but I still think he is very entertaining. This movie shows his comedic and emotional sides well. The show-stealer in Unfinished Business, though, is Dave Franco. The very first scene he is in sets the mood, and he is HILARIOUS! That's all I'm saying; I don't want to give away any spoilers.
Great funny Vince Vaughn movie. I liked the idea of the plot and the struggles they go through lead to some funny and interesting twists and turns. Not much in the way of extras on the DVD, just a cast retrospect, some gallery pictures, movie trailer, and previews.
I would recommend this to a friend
Rating 3 out of 5 stars with 1 review
Okay for a couple of laughs
"Unfinished Business" sports a few decent one-liners and some mildly funny sight gags, but isn't a "gotta buy it now" movie. Fans of Vince Vaughn will find his character feels strangely similar to his "Couples Retreat" role, without the energy. Dave Franco adds a snicker or two, and Tom Wilkinson's character, though likeable at first, quickly grates the nerves. All in all the movie felt more like a collection of scenes slapped together in editing than an actual planned piece. If you're into clip shows that get less funny as time goes on, or a huge fan of one of the actors, then buy it. Otherwise, if you must see it, wait for Netflix or broadcast TV...
What can you say about Vince Vaughn, The man is funny. This is a comedy, not a thinking mans movie. If you want to have deep thoughts about a movie, this is not for you. If you want to just laugh, this is a good movie.