[Movie] Finishing the 'Unfinished Business'
American comedy film released on 6th March 2015. Yes, that's right. This year. Also, it got bad reviews and was a box office bomb. Everyone said it was a bad movie, and Vince Vaughn should stop acting. Well, I watched it anyway. Turns out, it was awesome.
Reason numero uno is obviously because I'm a fan to Vince Vaughn's work. We even have a collection of his movies on our shelves. I first saw him in a movie called 'Old School', where he plays the weird guy but good at throwing parties. You know the one, who always go, "I doing this for you, man. You think I want all of these asses? No, man. All these asses are for you. Besides, I'm married.". Yes, that guy.
And second, Vince Vaughn's movies are all about entertainment using ridiculous premises. Like 'Dodgeball' and 'Starsky & Hutch'. But for this movie, its more like the 'The Internship'. The plot is about a guy named Daniel Trunkman (Vince Vaughn) who couldn't take shit from his dragon lady boss anymore and decided to quit. And then start his own business. Of course, its easier said than done, so he tried jump through all kind of hoops just to keep his shit together.
With him, Timothy Mcwinters (Tom Wilkinson) and Mike Pancake (Dave Franco) joined him in a new company called Apex Select. Going against Dan's old boss, Chuck Portnoy (Sienna Miller) from Dynamic Systems, they flew from St. Louis to Portland and all the way to Berlin, to close a deal that will decide the fate of all three of them.
To make things even more hectic, Folsom Europe in on the week, Berlin Marathon too, while G8 meeting was just around the corner. And also, Dan's wife kept pestering him through FaceTime about private school tuition fees, and his daughter beat another kid at school, also his son is going through puberty. While Dan is back in Germany, accompanied by his 2 trusted employees, Tim who was 67 years old and Mike who turns out never went to college. And probably autistic too, because he kept wondering what a wheelbarrow position is, in sex. Well, good news is, Mike finally found out what the wheelbarrow position is and personally experienced it.
The business deal? Well, like all of Vince's movie, it have a happy ending. Even though I already knew how it will end, but I still enjoyed it. I mean, have Vince ever put a twist in a plot? Well, sometimes. Maybe. But I'm not watching it for plot twist. I understand that the movie is not worthy of blockbuster and stuff, because it doesn't have big explosions and all them CGIs, but it still a good fun. Family fun entertainment. Ok, maybe not suitable for underage kids, because of the wheelbarrow position thing.