The Trip to Greece

critic Reviews

88% Certified Fresh Tomatometer Score88%
  • The Trip to Greece sees this series subject to the laws of diminishing returns, but Rob Brydon and Steve Coogan remain reliably enjoying company.
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    Kevin CrustLos Angeles Times
    What began as a fairly lighthearted series of vignettes has developed some gravitas in the end.
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    Adam GrahamDetroit News
    Yet the melancholy of the outside world eventually creeps in and crashes the party like an unwelcome dinner guest, bringing "Greece" to an oddly unsettling finish.
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    Justin ChangNPR
    Personally, I hope we haven't seen the last of this squabbling, endearing duo - or heard the last of their Michael Caine.
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    Anthony LaneNew Yorker
    Not much has changed in a decade of tripping.
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    Joe MorgensternWall Street Journal
    The joy for me, or the steady-state enjoyment that occasionally rises to joy, is the far-ranging, free-associating quality of Rob's and Steve's riffs, and, most deliciously, their wizardly impressions.
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    A.A. DowdAV Club
    At least everyone seems self-aware about how much they're repeating themselves yet again.
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    Linda and Al LernerMovies and Shakers
    Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon have been on the road too long.
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    Sindhu AnanthavelFilm Inquiry
    The organic chemistry between its leads and its deft balance of melancholy with humor render it a success and a perfect closing feature for a pitch-perfect series.
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    Adam FrescoFlicks.co.nz
    Sad to say, it seems less really is more when it comes to comedians making tired old quips on exotic trips.
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    Toby WoollastonNew Zealand Herald
    The result is an insightfully funny and sometimes thought-provoking look at their lives.
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