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The Break-Up 2006

In a bid to keep their luxurious condo from their significant other, a couple's break-up proceeds to get uglier and nastier by the moment...

Release Date:
June 2, 2006
106 min
Peyton Reed ...
Tiffany L. Addison, William Nero Jr., Rebecca Spence, Vince Vaughn, Justin Long, Peter Billingsley, Nydia Rodriguez Terracina, Jason Abustan, Jennifer Aniston, William Dick, Jason Bateman, Holly Barrett, Lori Miller, Matt Dworzanczyk, John R. Haley, Tim Krueger, Joseph Lazicki, Jamie Louachai, Eduardo N. Martinez, Phil Ridarelli, January Stern, Rahul Thakkar, Zack Shada, Gary Sedlock, Jon Favreau, Vernon Vaughn, Vincent D'Onofrio, Michael Winther, Joey Lauren Adams, Ivan Sergei, Cole Hauser, Sue Durso, Judy Davis, Alex Bickle, Jason Frederick, Keir O'Donnell, Julia Copeland, Mercedes Mason, Reese Foster, Marisol Giraud, Geoff Stults, Robert Kramer, Benjamin Riley, Samantha Albert, Michael Cook, Kelly Nienaltowski, Ann-Margret, Mary-Pat Green, John Michael Higgins, Alan Bovinett, Susan Messing, Jacqueline Williams, Katie Cleary, Alexandra LoRusso, Jonathan Samuels, Ron Valdez, Kelley Daugherty, Eric Bradley, Elaine Robinson, Jane Alderman, Jane Hu, Jessica Vilchis, Lisa Pace, Wayne A. Brown, Maynard Love, Jenna Hurt, Jessica Stramer, Ashley Giancola, Lanae Sahs, Sharon Vaughn, Rhett Miller, Murry Hammond, Ken Bethea, Philip Peeples, Gunnar Madsen, Karl Solis, Paul Peterson, Sean P. Gorecki, Chuck Stubbings, Ryan Cowhey, Megan Klein, Trisha Vargo, Julia Neary, Linda Cohn, Brad Ausmus, James Azrael, Lauren Cokeley, John Gearries, Anna Ingenthron, Andrew Irvin, Ian Kalanges, Jasmine McDonald, Chad Meyer, Brad Nelson, Rebecca Norris, Katherine M. O'Connor, Chris Papadopoulos, Jamie Julia Parker, Luke Schneider, Donier Tyler, Nick Ferrin, Michael Stailey, Nathan Lee, Frank Mercuri, Darlene Benigno, Libby Pedersen, Marc Radz, Carlyn Janus, Alexandra DiNovi, Todd Hollandsworth, Kristen Kruchowski, Erin Luboff, Jon Marshall, Andrew Perta, Marko Tomic, Tim Vance, Justin Dabney ...
Drama, Comedy, Romance ...

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Solar rating: 6.9


Imdb rating: 5.8

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I was actually disappointed about this movie when I watched it some years ago. It felt much more like a drama and not really like a comedy or a romance. It was actually a bit sad and the funny parts didn't carry this movie very well nor did it go deep enough to be taken more seriously. It's like being caught in a nasty fight that you know wont end well.
But if you want to go through a couple's break-up then have a go at it, maybe you'll feel differently about this movie.
give her a break, go see and have some laughs with your friends
Why in the hell was this made.
great job Jay Lavender! Hilarious!! HAHAHAHAHAHAH!!!!
Reels 1 & 2 = good, inventive and funny.

Reels 3 to 6 = crap. Too much of the same predictable crap.

Damn! By the way, I'm going to side with Vince Vaughan in this one.
I hated this film. It was bad bad bad. The only reason why i gave it a 1 out of ten was because it had the mami vice triler.
This movie was SUCH a letdown.

Funny for 10 minutes....then a total episode of "Friends"

I constantly give Jennifer a chance.....and she constantly lets me down.

This movie is a rental at best.

And to think that I went to an early screening of this fluff.

Dot go people. you wont like it...i promise.
This movie had so much potential. What happened? There was no whit, there was not much humor, and it was pretty much like watching someone beat a dead horse. I can't believe that this movie was labeled as a comedy when the truth of the matter is, that it's a drama. I found none of the fights between the two main characters amusing in any sense. It was like watching my parents fight. I was disappointed to say the least.
The Break-Up is a relationship comedy starring Vince Vaughn, Jennifer Aniston, and Jon Favreau. The movies follows Vaughn and Aniston through their break-up and subsequent dealings with the condo they share. This is another romantic comedy, as with Failure to Launch, in which the supporting cast tends to outshine the leads. You might not be able to put the faces to names, but you will recognize them nonetheless. This movie isn't really anything special, but I'd say that if you typically enjoy Romantic Comedies, you won't be disappointed. I felt the movie was stuck in a rift: it wasn't serious enough to be a drama, though it certainly had its moments; but it wasn't roll-on-the-floor hilarious. Most of Vaughn's quips are pretty funny, but they tend to wear out their welcome relatively quickly. At times the storyline gets lost in places with no direction (i.e. Aniston's brother's sexual preference, etc.), but overall the movie wasn't a total wash.


Love you all,
I absolutely loved this movie, great eye opener for us women. Funny not as good as Vince Vaughn normally is, I am glad I went to see it despite some of the reviews. Totally worth every penny!
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