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‘The Trip to Greece’ Film Review: Fourth Time’s Still a Charm for Steve Coogan-Rob Brydon Talkfest

‘The Trip to Greece’ Film Review: Fourth Time’s Still a Charm for Steve Coogan-Rob Brydon Talkfest

Toward the end of “The Trip to Greece,” British comic Rob Brydon (playing a version of himself) is talking to his wife (played by an actress who is not his wife) about the trip he’s just taken with his old pal and sparring partner Steve Coogan.

“Is it all fun and games?” she asks.

“No,” he says. “It’s mostly fun and games.”

And that’s a good way to describe “The Trip to Greece,” as well as the three other movies that Brydon and Coogan have made with director Michael Winterbottom. In 2011’s “The Trip,” 2014’s “The Trip to Italy,” 2017’s “The Trip to Spain” and now “The Trip to Greece,” the two men drive around a beautiful location, eat fabulous meals, talk about stuff and try to make each other laugh, often with dueling impersonations. And yes, it’s mostly fun and games.

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