CINEMA REVIEW: Unfinished Business (15)

COMEDY FILM ... Unfinished Business.
COMEDY FILM ... Unfinished Business.

COMEDY flick Unfinished Business is definitely good for a giggle.

Vince Vaughn’s latest film is packed with rude and crude hijinks.

Vaughn stars as hard-working salesman and doting dad, Dan Trunkman, who after being given a pay cut by his boss, Chuck Portnoy (Sienna Miller), decides to go it alone and set up his own company.

He only has two employees, 67-year-old Timothy McWinters (Tom Wilkinson) and young Mike Pancake (Dave Franco).

After landing a lucrative deal and heading off on a business trip to complete ‘the handshake’, he arrives to find he’s going up against his old boss for the account.

It’s not the most exciting storyline ever, but the film is really character-driven.

Everyone loves an underdog, and Vaughn plays the role brilliantly.

Everyone loves an underdog, and Vaughn plays the role brilliantly.

Franco is wonderful as sweet and simple Mike, and Wilkinson is hilarious as the horny old man desperate for some action.

The film delivers a laugh a minute as the trio do whatever they can to impress Jim Spinch (James Marsden) and Bill Whilmsley (Nick Frost) to land the deal.

Between them, the threesome experiment with drugs, visit a gay bar for the first time, lose their virginity, and run a marathon.

It’s the perfect film to help get your mind off the worries of daily life and just have some fun.

Unfinished Business is out now. See it at Cineworld Boldon. Click here to book tickets.

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