Break-Up, The (2006)

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Original Title : The Break-Up
Director : Peyton Reed
Writer : Jeremy Garelick
Jay Lavender
Vince Vaughn
Jeremy Garelick
Jay Lavender
Genre : Comedy
Country : USA
Language : English
Producer : Stuart M. Besser , Jeremy Garelick , John Isbell , Jay Lavender , Peter Michaelsen , Scott Stuber , Victoria Vaughn , Vince Vaughn
Music : Jon Brion
Photography : Eric Alan Edwards
Distributor : Universal Pictures
MPAA Rating : Rated PG-13 for sexual content, some nudity and language.
IMDB ID : 0452594
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Vince Vaughn Gary Grobowski
Jennifer Aniston Brooke Meyers
Joey Lauren Adams Addie
Jon Favreau Johnny O
Jason Bateman Riggleman
Judy Davis Marilyn Dean
Justin Long Christopher
Ivan Sergei Carson Wigham
John Michael Higgins Richard Meyers
Ann-Margret Wendy Meyers
Vernon Vaughn Howard Meyers
Cole Hauser Lupus Grobowski
Vincent D'Onofrio Dennis Grobowski
Elaine Robinson Carol Grobowski
Jane Alderman Mrs. Grobowski
Jacqueline Williams Shondra
Peter Michaelsen Andrew (as Peter Billingsley
Jane Hu Diane
Rebecca Spence Jen
Mary-Pat Green Mischa
Keir O'Donnell Date Paul
Geoff Stults Date Mike
Tiffany L. Addison Waitress
Jessica Vilchis Hot Girl
Lisa Pace Hot Girl
Samantha Albert Debbie
Susan Messing Tourist
Wayne A. Brown Tourist
Maynard Love Tourist
William Dick Waiter
Jenna Hurt Poker Girl
Jessica Stramer Poker Girl
Ashley Giancola Poker Girl
Lanae Sahs Poker Girl
Nydia Rodriguez Terracina Boat Tourist
Phil Ridarelli Boat Tourist
Sharon Vaughn Boat Tourist
Rhett Miller Old 97's - Lead Vocals/Rhythm Guitar
Murry Hammond Old 97's - Bass Guitar
Ken Bethea Old 97's - Lead Guitar
Philip Peeples Old 97's - Drums
Gunnar Madsen Tone Ranger
Karl Solis Tone Ranger
Michael Winther Tone Ranger
Eric Bradley Tone Ranger
Paul Peterson Tone Ranger
Sean P. Gorecki Tone Ranger
Eddie Martinez Hot Dog Vendor
Chuck Stubbings Country Clubber
Ryan Cowhey Andrew Jr.
Megan Klein Sally
Trisha Vargo Riv Bartender (as Trisha 'Star' Vargo
Julia Neary Riv Ticket Taker
Linda Cohn ESPN Sportscaster (voice
Jason Abustan Clubgoer
Brad Ausmus Himself (archive footage
Kelley Daugherty Concert Go-er, On-Looker
Todd Hollandsworth Himself (archive footage
Alexandra LoRusso Balcony dancer at concert
Brian L. Orlinsky Concertgoer
James Azrael Gutterballs Bowler (uncredited
Shelby Bakken Taylor (uncredited
Martin Bezener Cubs Fan (uncredited
Alex Bickle Nightclub Dancer (uncredited
Portia Blackwell Ballroom Dancer (uncredited
Richard C. Bozek Cubs Fan/Tourist on Double Decker Bus (uncredited
Lori Claussen Cubs Fan (uncredited
Lauren Cokeley Concert Goer (uncredited
Justin Dabney Bowler/Dancer (uncredited
Sue Durso Wrigley Field, Bowling, Street Scenes (uncredited
Matt Dworzanczyk Art Fair Attendant (uncredited
Reese Foster Hero at the Bar (uncredited
Marisol Giraud Cubs Fan (uncredited
George Glynn Casey (uncredited
Trevor Glynn Pedestrian (uncredited
John R. Haley Man in Ballroom (uncredited
Julie Hilgendorf Pedestrian (uncredited
Anna Ingenthron Cubs Fan (uncredited
Ian Kalanges Man in Concert Scene (uncredited
Aaron Keker Art Gallery Pedestrian/Old 97's Concert-Goer/Art Fair Patron (uncredited
James Kim Morgan (uncredited
Robert Kramer Pedestrian (uncredited
Kristen Kruchowski Becca (uncredited
Tim Krueger Cubs Fan (uncredited
Joseph Lazicki Pedestrian (uncredited
Jordan Lowndes Teenage Cubs Fan (uncredited
Jasmine McDonald Art Fair On-Looker (uncredited
Brad Nelson Greg (uncredited
William Nero Jr. Kid Playing at Park (uncredited
Tipper Newton Bus Tourist (uncredited
Kelly Nienaltowski Girl in Bowling Alley/Art Fair Patron (uncredited
Rebecca Norris Pedestrian (uncredited
Katherine M. O'Connor Girl in Bowling Alley/Cubs Fan/Concert Goer/Art Fair Patron (uncredited
Chris Papadopoulos Club Patron (uncredited
Jamie Parker Notre Dame Fan/Art Fair Patron (uncredited
Jason Peters Guy with Camera Talking to Rollerblader (uncredited
Jonathan Samuels Nightclub Patron (uncredited
Luke Schneider Art Fair Patron (uncredited
Zack Shada Telephone Boy (voice
Monica Szanyi Kelly/Pin Shaker (uncredited
Marko Tomic Concert Goer (uncredited
Donier Tyler Girl in Bowling Alley/Concert Goer (uncredited
Ron Valdez Art Fair Patron (uncredited
Loreen Washington Concert Goer/Art Fair Patron (uncredited


In Chicago, the art dealer Brooke Meyers feels not appreciated and neglected by her immature husband Gary Grobowski, who is partner of his two brothers in a tourism business, and decides to break-up with him to make Gary misses her. Gary misunderstands her true intention, both follows the wrong advices of family members and friends, beginning a war of sexes with no winner.


Painful to Watch, 9 June 2006 Author: Nelson Ricardo from Brooklyn I was expecting a romantic comedy. Although there were some comedic elements, The Break Up was too shrill and combative to qualify as a romantic comedy. Several scenes were uncomfortable to watch. Jennifer Anniston lacked her usual spark. Vince Vaughn',s performance was lackluster. One of my favorite actors, Jason Bateman, I hate to say it, sucked. One can only blame the director for taking such good actors and having them turn out such mediocre performances. The minor characters were not well developed, and even the major characters lacked a third dimension or like-ability. The script was also lacking. I would recommend that you not waste your money on this tripe. If you are looking for a light-hearted, feel-good romantic comedy, The Break-Up is to be avoided. Go look for something British instead.
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