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TMDB - 5.50/10
Metacritic - 5.80/10
106 Min - Comedy - 2006-06-02
Directors:
Peyton Reed,
Writing:
Vince Vaughn, Jeremy Garelick, Jay Lavender,
Stars:
Vince Vaughn, Jennifer Aniston, Joey Lauren Adams, Cole Hauser, Jon Favreau, Jason Bateman, Judy Davis,
Country:
US
Language:
English
Synopsis
Cohabitating couple Gary and Brooke find their once-blissful romance on the rocks when petty spats about lemons and dirty dishes mushroom into an all-out battle for custody of their upscale Chicago condo. An escalating argument ensues as Gary and Brooke continue to live under the same roof, all while cooking up schemes to drive each other off the premises.
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Details
106 Min Comedy 2006-06-02
Directors:
Peyton Reed,
Writing:
Vince Vaughn, Jeremy Garelick, Jay Lavender,
Stars:
Vince Vaughn, Jennifer Aniston, Joey Lauren Adams, Cole Hauser, Jon Favreau, Jason Bateman, Judy Davis,
Country:
US
Language:
English
Synopsis:
Cohabitating couple Gary and Brooke find their once-blissful romance on the rocks when petty spats about lemons and dirty dishes mushroom into an all-out battle for custody of their upscale Chicago condo. An escalating argument ensues as Gary and Brooke continue to live under the same roof, all while cooking up schemes to drive each other off the premises.
Full Cast
Picture of Vince Vaughn
Vince Vaughn
Gary Grobowski
Picture of Jennifer Aniston
Jennifer Aniston
Brooke Meyers
Picture of Joey Lauren Adams
Joey Lauren Adams
Addie
Picture of Cole Hauser
Cole Hauser
Lupus Grobowski
Picture of Jon Favreau
Jon Favreau
Johnny O
Picture of Jason Bateman
Jason Bateman
Riggleman
Picture of Judy Davis
Judy Davis
Marilyn Dean
Picture of Justin Long
Justin Long
Christopher
Picture of Ivan Sergei
Ivan Sergei
Carson Wigham
Picture of John Michael Higgins
John Michael Higgins
Richard Meyers
Picture of Ann-Margret
Ann-Margret
Wendy Meyers
Picture of Vernon Vaughn
Vernon Vaughn
Howard Meyers
Critic Reviews        Metacritic        Download Movie
30
By Village Voice
Faced with a long and miserable road on which they make each other sorry or crazy, both Brooke (Aniston) and Gary (Vaughn) dig in hard on the least appealing parts of their stock characters.
50
By Brian Lowry - Variety
Sporadic rays of sunshine emanate from the broad and gifted supporting cast, but the core story is almost relentlessly unpleasant, like sitting through a dinner party where the host couple does nothing but bicker.
50
By Carina Chocano - Los Angeles Times
I'd be happy to see it listed in an in-flight magazine, but "Annie Hall" it's not.
50
By Carrie Rickey - Philadelphia Inquirer
This one has some originality, even though it unfolds like Ingmar Bergman's divorce melodrama "Scenes From a Marriage" - without the marriage.
75
By Chris Kaltenbach - Baltimore Sun
It's easier to accept a breakup when it's clear that the two parties are mismatched, but a better, braver film would reveal what caused the initial attraction.
50
By Claudia Puig - USA Today
The Break-Up is not comical or romantic, and it's certainly not a date movie. Sitting through it is almost as painful as going through the demise of a relationship.
63
By Connie Ogle - Miami Herald
Listening to people bicker for almost two hours wears thin, especially when the comedy is never quite so funny as you had hoped it would be.
50
By Dana Stevens - The New York Times
The script (by Jeremy Garelick and Jay Lavender) strains hard after a few easy jokes, and the whole movie feels dull and trivial.
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