Unfinished Business

Synopsis: A hard-working small business owner (Vince Vaughn) and his two associates (Tom Wilkinson, Dave Franco) travel to Europe to close the most important deal of their lives. But what began as a routine business trip goes off the rails in every imaginable - and unimaginable - way, including unplanned stops at a massive sex fetish event and a global economic summit.
Genre: Comedy
Director(s): Ken Scott
Production: 20th Century Fox
  1 nomination.
Rotten Tomatoes:
91 min


Good morning.

Dynamic Progressive Systems.

Please hold.

It's not a small thing.

5% is a lot.

If you've managed a household with

kids and stuff... 5% is a lot.

You know what, Dan?

Just walk with me.

No. I don't care

if everyone hears us.

You really wanna

do this here? You do?

I don't wanna be

doing it at all, Chuck.

It's just that we had terms, and now

you're changing those terms again.

We are restructuring

the department salaries.

That's just the bottom line.

That's the way it is.

I know it's not

what you want to hear.

Dan, just walk with me.

A little annoying.


It's just a little annoying.

"Walk with me."

You say that a lot.

It's stuff like

that you say, you know.

That's why Brian Peters

wrote "You're an asshole"

on your parking curb thing.

What the f*ck, Dan?

I'm sorry.

Do you really wanna challenge

me in public, Dan?

This was my best year.

I am an asshole, Dan,

because I have to make

decisions to keep

the company strong.

You make a living

from this company.

You're replaceable, frankly.

If you were to leave,

Dynamic would continue.

So, don't minimize

my company's interests.

Now, if you would please, as

I said before, walk with me.

We can discuss

this in my office.

Chuck, just because

you caught me...

which is, granted,

a pretty big feat...

in a trust fall

at the company retreat...

which you make us all go to...

and that I don't like, by the way,

that nobody here really likes.

Nobody does.

Right, Russell?

I like them.

Russell is a team player.

Russell is

a beaten-down dog.

You're Mr. Negative.

Are you making less?

I'm a sales manager, Dan.

You want a bigger slice of the

pie, start your own company.

Oh, I've been

thinking about it.

Everybody thinks about it...

but don't bitch when the

people who actually do it...

pay themselves

what they deserve.

I have been in airports for two

days, preparing a deal for you.

I came in here

just to get a bagel,

because I haven't had

a meal since Tuesday.

And then, you tell me I'm gonna

have to take 5% less this year?

I don't want new terms, Chuck.

I want to be able to see

my kids sometimes.

The old "kid" card.


I'm gonna do it.


You're gonna go up against

me and Dynamic?

Yeah. I will see you in the field.

You should look for me.

Because I'll be the guy

in first who's happy.

I think you're better off for

me than against me, Dan.

Well, I actually have my own

ideas on how to do this job.

It doesn't involve any of

that "trust fall" shit.

Okay. Game on.

Game on.

By the way,

anyone here wanna join me?

There's a lot of

great people here.

How about it? Come on.

Any of you guys wanna build

a total starship with me?


Yeah, I'm just riffing, here.

I wasn't planning on founding

my own company here today...

but if anyone wants

to play a key role...

in a new mineral sales company

that does it the right way...

then walk through

that door with me,

because there is

a place for you.



We're doing this.

Doing what?

Boarding the starship. Starting

this new adventure together.

Uh, I'm just walking to my car.

Because I just got let go...

because of some

mandatory age limit.


Do you still wanna work?

Well, I'm just 67. Yeah!

I'm not the Crypt Keeper.

All right, great!

Come work with me.

We'll drop these guys.


Let's drop these pussies!


Look at us.

We're standing here.

We're synergizing already.

I'm excited.

Thank you.

How about you, young buck, huh?

Are you starshipping with us?


What did you do at Dynamic?

Uh... Um... No.

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