'The Trip'

In its sidewinding, frequently riotous fashion "The Trip" muses on friendship, commitment, narcissism and the onslaught of middle age, but it's really about specific, smaller questions such as: Who does the better <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PECLB000803" title="Michael Caine" href="/topic/entertainment/michael-caine-PECLB000803.topic">Michael Caine</a> impersonation, Steve Coogan or Rob Brydon?<br>
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<b>Rating:</b> <img src="http://www.baltimoresun.com/media/photo/2009-07/48258211.jpg"><BR>
<b>Review:</b> <a href="http://www.baltimoresun.com/entertainment/movies/sc-mov-0615-the-trip-20110616,0,6880098.column">A pair of comic aces pack their wit and take a drive</A>

( HANDOUT / June 10, 2011 )

In its sidewinding, frequently riotous fashion "The Trip" muses on friendship, commitment, narcissism and the onslaught of middle age, but it's really about specific, smaller questions such as: Who does the better Michael Caine impersonation, Steve Coogan or Rob Brydon?

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Review: A pair of comic aces pack their wit and take a drive

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