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    The Break-Up

    When Brooke, an art dealer, and Gary, a tour-bus driver, finally call it quits in their relationship, neither is willing to move out of their shared condo. Since then, theirĀ break-up proceeds to get uglier and nastier by the moment.
    Duration: 106 min
    Quality: HD
    Release: 2006
    IMDb: 5.8
    (6) Voted
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  • Actors of "The Break-Up"

  • Characters of "The Break-Up"

    Gary Grobowski. Character of The Break-Up
    Played by: Vince Vaughn
    Brooke Meyers. Character of The Break-Up
    Addie. Character of The Break-Up
    Lupus Grobowski. Character of The Break-Up
    Played by: Cole Hauser
    Johnny O. Character of The Break-Up
    Played by: Jon Favreau
    Riggleman. Character of The Break-Up
    Played by: Jason Bateman
    Marilyn Dean. Character of The Break-Up
    Played by: Judy Davis
    Richard Meyers. Character of The Break-Up
    Dennis Grobowski. Character of The Break-Up
  • Directors of "The Break-Up"

    Peyton Reed. Director of The Break-Up
    Peyton Reed
    Birthdate: 3 July 1964, Raleigh, North Carolina, USA
  • Creators of "The Break-Up"

    Jeremy Garelick. Director of The Break-Up
    Jeremy Garelick
    Birthdate: 30 November 1975, New York City, New York, USA
    Jay Lavender. Director of The Break-Up
    Jay Lavender
    Birthdate: 22 February 1975, Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA
  • Critic Reviews of "The Break-Up"

    Time Out
    July 20, 2006

    Sharp dialogue and detailed observations make it a good deal funnier than you might expect.

    Wall Street Journal
    June 22, 2006

    It's not a good sign when a movie is called The Break-Up and you can't wait for the couple to split so they'll get some relief from one another, and give the audience some relief from them.

    New York Observer
    June 21, 2006

    One seemingly terminal problem with the casting of Ms. Aniston and Mr. Vaughn is that neither of their careers has featured characters who excelled at one-to-one relationships with the opposite sex.

    Ebert & Roeper
    June 05, 2006

    Vince Vaughn kills me. Jennifer Aniston, I think, is underrated as a film actress.

    San Francisco Chronicle
    June 02, 2006

    The movie offers nothing funny, just a series of sour situations.

    Seattle Times
    June 02, 2006

    The Break-Up, a grim excuse for a romantic comedy, is basically an hour and 45 minutes spent in the company of two unpleasant people during a miserable time in their lives.
    January 07, 2011

    The Break-Up is a funny and light comedy, but it tries to be something a bit more without being something a bit more, hampered by shoddy characterization, ending up a bit empty.

    August 30, 2009

    The two stars remain painfully wrong for each other

    Cinema Crazed
    April 29, 2009

    Is anxious to be a modern "Annie Hall," but really it is just a tedious, glum, and god awful affair.
    April 23, 2009

    "The Break-Up" comes with a slap and a kiss that's at once bracing and pleasing.
    February 28, 2008

    A word of caution to anyone heading off to see The Break-Up with the assumption that it is a romantic comedy: this is not a comedy movie with a serious side -- it is a serious movie with a comedic side.
    August 11, 2007

    Stereotypes across the board, puerile one-upmanship games, and an utter failure to explain why, indeed, these two even were together.

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