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Plot: In Chicago, the art dealer Brooke Meyers feels not appreciated and neglected by her immature boyfriend Gary Grobowski, who is partner with his two brothers in a tourism business, and decides to break-up with him to make Gary miss her. Gary misunderstands her true intention, both follow the wrong… Runtime: 106 min Release Date: 21 Jul 2006
I'm not a big Vince Vaugn or Jennifer Aniston fan, and I was a little nervous about seeing this movie due to the bad reviews, but surprisingly, i really enjoyed, as did my boyfriend. Vince and Jennifer's characters are flawed but still lovable and is so realistic in their relationship portrayal. Vince is a laid back, chauvinistic and selfish frat boy type that every woman has probably dated. Aniston is a passive-aggressive martyr that every woman has tried to be. The end? They both grow up and better themselves, although not with each other. Oh yeah, in the middle of all this is some <more>
very funny stuff. The entire theater was laughing out loud throughout the whole movie. Honestly, I don't know what the critics were saying, these two had great chemistry! The reason why many people may not like this movie is because it is not a cookie cutter romantic comedy see How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days, Failure to Launch, etc . Its not a romantic movie at all, actually. The guy doesn't win the girl back with a tearful apology, there is no happy ending though it is implied , it played out as how most break ups occur, with both parties clinging on to whatever they can to hold the relationship together, in this case, a shared condo.Bottom line- great movie! Don't listen to the critics...they have no idea what they are talking about.
Honestly, I was completely shocked by this film. I didn't see it in theaters because it honestly didn't look like the type of film I would typically find appealing. But when the DVD was released, I snatched it up in a hurry because my wife loves romantic comedies. And that's exactly what we thought we were going to get. Instead we got a poignant, heartfelt and almost painfully realistic piece of insight into the psychology and calamity of two people struggling to hold onto something they never had ahold of in the first place: love.First of all, I must say that Vince Vaughn and <more>
Jennifer Aniston were absolutely fantastic. I'm a huge fan of Vince's and I've enjoyed Jennifer in most of the films I've seen her in, but I've never appreciated either of them as much as I did in The Break-up. Their acting was directly on-target. The initial fight scene when the break-up actually occurs was so phenomenal I actually paused the movie when it was over just to take it all in. I've never seen two people on screen portray a 'lovers quarrel' so accurately and realistically. Hats off to Jen and Vince for an outstanding performance.The movie definitely has its funny moments. Vince brings his usual fast-talking wit to the screen and that's an instant recipe for comedy in my book. But what I really took from this movie, as someone who is in a committed relationship and understands as well as the average person can the complexities of love, was its underlying message. Love is not all moonlight and roses; it's not always romantic, it's not always fun and it's sure as hell not always easy. But hard work, dedication and a solid foundation of love and respect can bring two people through just about anything together. This movie is absolutely brilliant and I'd recommend it to anyone, but especially married couples or people in committed relationships.
I think most people have been rooting for Jennifer this past year. She has had a rough time, and showed a lot of class. I'm really proud of her.As far as movies go "The Breakup" is really good. Vince and Jennifer are good together. I think they had great comedic chemistry! I love them both! Hilarious! I definitely suggest it! I am no longer a Brad Pitt fan, and I never like Angelina much. I do think that they deserve each other in every way. Their behavior was unprofessional. I don't care if they adopt entire countries. They will never be redeemed in my eyes.
Poignant Movie (by needrunaway)
There have been several reviews maligning this movie. I think it's because they may have some pre-conceived notions that this movie will be full of non-stop laughs given that Vince and Jennifer are both comedic actors. I happen to think that this movie is excellent! True, the movie has many scenes where you will burst out laughing but there are also scenes which will touch you or even make you cry. What I like about this movie is that it's very realistic on how it portrays relationships especially when it's on the brink of dissolution. Because isn't that how life and <more>
relationships really are? It isn't always rosy, there has to be a mix of gray and blue, or it would be pretty boring.Jen and Vince did an awesome job in this movie as well as all the supporting casts. My only comment is on the script which may be a bit lacking in character development. Nonetheless the movie is a must see.I urge you to watch this movie with an open mind and you might take away a lesson or two after you finish viewing it.
I really enjoyed it, what are the critics talking about??!?! (by emmy_fs_0425)
Good acting, good plot, good laughs, good serious moments, and good supporting cast. I just don't understand why the critics would rip apart this movie. I really liked it, and thought it was realistic and heartfelt. There were moments that I was just dying of laughter, and others where I really felt like I was gonna get all choked up. And Jennifer and Vince have great on-screen chemistry!!! You could tell that they had a good vibe together. I guess the only problem I had with the movie was the fact that the previews were a little misleading. It wasn't a comedy per se, but a movie with <more>
comedic elements. Vince was hilarious in those moments, but the movie was also quite serious at times. It was an honest movie, and despite what people have said about it, it's completely devoid of clichés. I recommend it. Guys will like it, because it'll teach them something!! And girls, you'll like it, too! Watch it!
One of the best romantic comedies I've ever seen (by orangestar)
In addition to being one of the best romantic comedies I've ever seen, it is also flat out one of the funniest movies I've seen in the last 5 years.Vaughn and Aniston have amazing chemistry on-screen, and this is the only movie that I've ever thought Aniston was not playing 'Rachel'. Their relationship is believable and realistic and romantic. They fight and bicker like a real couple, then they try so hard to reconcile something that they don't know is there.Although the ambiguous ending made me a little disappointed, I would have to say this is a good one. Go see it.
A Drama With Comedic Elements - The Promotional Trailers Attempt to Mislead Us Again (by [email protected])
The Break-Up is a highly watchable drama that contains elements of cleaver comedy. Vince Vaughn and Jennifer Anniston put in solid performances in a film that feels strikingly real at times.The Break-up does not play out as a light-hearted comedy with a predictable wrap-up in the last five minutes. The Break-Up reveals the very human side of a failed relationship and its potential reconciliation. Yes, there are some very funny scenes. However, as the misalignment of expectations quickly unfolds the movie reveals its true self.The Break-up does a more than credible job of displaying many of <more>
the aspects of how people deal with conflict and remorse. Many of the situations play all-in-one as funny, sad and realistic.The bottom line is that the Break-Up is solid film built with Hollywood money and stars that chooses a route its benefactors rarely allow to be taken. This fact alone makes the movie worth viewing.
I thought Vince Vaughn did a great job! minor spoiler (by imdb-5-mbrna)
As corny as his character could have been and was I thought he pulled of every part of his character's scenes excellently. Jennifer did good too, but Vince's performance surprised me the most. Without getting into spoilers, Vince played the egregious boyfriend very well as usual but he also played the serious side of the character well that surprised me . Even though a joke would be predictable, Vince and the cast pulled it off well so as to make it very funny and seemingly original. As usual with American audience targeted films, they could have ended it without the very last <more>
scene. In my opinion the movie would have been just as good ending after the fade-to-black in the apartment, 2 scenes before the credits rolled.mikey.
This is not your garden variety romantic comedy, thank god! I loved the authenticity of this movie. I don't know anyone who has been in a serious relationship that wouldn't relate to this movie. Vince Vaughn and Jennifer Aniston are superb- they are both so credible and organic in these roles. Not sure about the bizarre-ish people the characters may surround themselves in the movie- family, friends and co-workers definitely are weird- but maybe they serve as a springboard to really bring the 2 main characters to life. maybe comedic relief, too In any case, so refreshing to watch a <more>
movie that is realistic and unpretentious. The opening scenes are scrapbook photos when the couple were together- they were wonderful- the exact types of photos most of us have in our own scrapbooks. It isn't an indie art-house film, but a big production that doesn't follow a relationship formulaic predictor for ratings, insead it portrays arguments and a break up in a realistic way. Lack of communication, lack of effort, too much pride, battles over what isn't so important but seems so at the time- all that. I was also pleased that it didn't wrap up in a big red bow at the end like most Hollywood movies.