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The Break-Up (1-Jun-2006)

Director: Peyton Reed

Writers: Jeremy Garelick; Jay Lavender; Vince Vaughn

Keywords: Romantic Comedy

A high-powered couple with a faltering relationship endure a comically terrible break-up.

ABSTRACT
Chicago art dealer Brooke Meyers and tourism entrepreneur Gary Grobowski are a dysfunctional couple on the verge of disintegration, with a series of petty and insignificant disputes putting a damper on their newly-purchased condominium and casting doubt on the future of their relationship. The Break-Up follows our unhappy couple as their shared animosity boils over into an unholy standoff, fueled by unhelpful friends and relatives and a mutual desire to take their snazzy living quarters all for themselves.

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NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Joey Lauren Adams
Actor
6-Jan-1971   Chasing Amy
Jennifer Aniston
Actor
11-Feb-1969   Rachel on Friends
Ann-Margret
Actor
28-Apr-1941   Carnal Knowledge
Jason Bateman
Actor
14-Jan-1969   Arrested Development
Peter Billingsley
Actor
16-Apr-1972   A Christmas Story
Judy Davis
Actor
23-Apr-1955   A Passage to India
Vincent D'Onofrio
Actor
30-Jun-1959   Star of Law & Order: Criminal Intent
Jon Favreau
Actor
19-Oct-1966   Swingers
Cole Hauser
Actor
22-Mar-1975   Tears of the Sun
John Michael Higgins
Actor
12-Feb-1963   The Late Shift
Justin Long
Actor
2-Jun-1978   Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story
Ivan Sergei
Actor
7-May-1972   Mac Ramsey on Once a Thief
Geoff Stults
Actor
15-Dec-1977   Ben Kinkirk on 7th Heaven
Vince Vaughn
Actor
28-Mar-1970   Swingers

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