The Trip to Spain

Synopsis: Actors Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon embark on a six-part episodic road trip through Europe. This time they're in Spain, sampling the restaurants, eateries, and sights along the way.
Genre: Comedy, Drama
Production: IFC Films
Rotten Tomatoes:
108 min


A foggy clay

In London town

Had me low

And had me down

I viewed the morning

Mm, with alarm

The British Museum

Had lost its charm

How long I wondered

Could this thing last

But the age of miracles

Mm, hadn't passed

Yes, for suddenly

Ooh, baby, I saw you there

Through the foggy London town

The sun was shinin'


- Hello, Rob, Steve.

- Who is this?

- Steve Coogan.

- Hey, how are you?

- Good, good, how are you?

- Yeah, good.

Where are you?

- I'm in London, just got

back from filming in New York.

A play a chef, it's called Medium Rare.

Produced by Martin Scorsese.

Have you met him?

- No, I've not.

- He's great, he's great.

Anyway, they want me to do publicity

for the launch of the series,

to do a series of restaurant reviews.

This time, A Trip to Spain,

for the New York Times.

- I know, the Observer asked me.

- All right, so you know about it.

Okay, well, so it's a New

York Times-Observer thing.

You know, it's a paid job.

- Mm-hmm, yeah.

- So, yeah, I'm asking you

if you'll come with me.

- Yes, I will come.

- Good, great, well, my

people will be in touch,

with, uh, oh, you.

- Yeah, well, you know,

Rob's not gonna be here.

Rob, Steve's here.

- 'Kay.

- No, 'cause he's got a ferry to catch.

Where are you?


We'll see you when you get here than.


Yeah, bye-bye, all right.

- Is that all good?

- No, that was the builder.

He's running late.

Right, have you remembered

your passport, your wallet,

your phone,

- My passport, my wallet,

my phone.

- the book you're reading.

- I've got everything I need to go out

into the darkness.

Right, come on, Daddy's

going, follow me out.

- Dad, you forgot your hat.

- All right, bring it down.

- Oh, well done.

You can give it to him now.

Got it?

- Bring it to me.

- Let's say goodbye.

- Ah.

- Buenos (Mas.

- Mm, how you doin'?

- Good, you know Sally?

- Yes, sir, hello, Sally.

How are you?

- Hi, Steve, yeah, good.

How are you?

- Nice to see you.

- Nice to see you, this is Charlie.

- Oh, hello, Charlie.

I don't think I know this one.

- No, and this, you

remember Chloe, don't you?

- Yes, of course, clear.

Hello, Chloe, how are you?

You were a little baby last time I saw you

and you've gone woosh like that.

- That's what happens.

- Yeah, that's right.

- Brought along a lot

of stuff, didn't you?

- Ah, well, some of this is Joe's.

You know, my, uh, my son?

- I remember him.

- He's comin' in at the end of the trip.

- Gimme a kiss.

Oh, who did that noise?

- You did.

- I think you did that

noise, didn't you love?

Charlie Farley, oy.

- Kiss for Dad.

- Hello.

Thank you very much.

- Bye-bye, darling.

- Bye, darling.

- Muah.

- I love you.

Have fun.

Enjoy yourselves.

- Look after them.

You'll take care of Mommy, okay?

- Yes, I will.

- You will,

won't you, Charlie, yeah.

Have a good trip, and,

uh, you look after him.

- Yes, I will try and bring

him back in one piece.

- Yeah, please do.

- All right, then.

- Have a good journey.

- Adios, amigos.

Adios, amigos.

- Hasta manana.

- Manchego cheese, he said goodbye!

- Love you, bye!

- Bye.


- Are we gonna get this ferry?

- Um, well, I'd say probably yes.

It's a little bit of

jeopardy I think kind of...

- Oh, here we go, here we go.

- Adds a little bit of...

- Living your life

on the edge by getting to

a ferry a little bit late.

- I have two cabins for you.

- Mm-hmm.

- One Commodore cabin

and one De Luxe cabin.

- Okay, which is the best.

- Zee Commodore cabin is zee best.

- Oh, great.

- Mr. Coogan should have that.

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