Staring: Vince Vaughn, Tom Wilkinson and Dave Franco
Written By: Steve Conrad
Directed By: Ken Scott
Released: 6 March 2015
Warning: This movie is not for people who don’t like graphic exploits (i.e. there is a lot of nudity, men and women)
When you don’t see your family, because you are always working, have an awful boss who does not appreciate you, and you are looking at a pay cut, why do you still work there?
Dan (Vaugh) has this very nototion when he quits his job to start his own marketing company (I’m not entirly sure what his company actually does, expect talk about numbers and percentages). Accompanied by Timothy (Wilkinson), who was actually leaving because he was forced into retirement, and a keen interviewee Mike Pancake (Franco) (it has breakfast origins,sorry I meant Greek).
One year later, Dan has a deal lined up with a company and he needs this deal to go through, not just for his company but also for his family. Only catch is, his old boss is his competition, so he is going to have to do anything to win.
This movies main message is surprisingly about bullying and how to stay strong when all else fails. I loved the fact that it wasn’t just another stupid comedy that wanted to show off how rude (sorry “funny”) it could be. Unfinished Business is about a dad trying his hardest to be a good father and husband.
But it was still a “boys” movie, set in a man’s world where the women is the villain, and for that reason I didn’t enjoy the movie as much as I could have.
Lets get down to ratings:
Out of 5, I give it:
(that’s blue eyeshadow, it makes sense if you watch the movie)
Should you go see it?
Only if you don’t mind nudity and dirty jokes. But it does make you laugh and you will leave the cinema will a smile on your face.
And I will leave you with this:
So I kind of ended up without eyebrows. I need to work on my photoshop skills 😛