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Halfway through The Trip to Italy (), the film and BBC series directed by Michael Winterbottom, actors Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon, playing fictional versions of themselves, are enjoying a drink in Rome. Coogan laments the invasion of the Italian capital by tourists, in the spirit of his literary hero Byron, whose footsteps the two men are following on their trip. Brydon reminds him that they are themselves embodying the democratisation of modern travel. Aren’t they, Brydon asks, merely doing the same thing that E. M. Forster’s Europhile protagonists were doing a century previously?

Emma (Coogan’s PA): Yeah, look at Room with a View…

Coogan: With Daniel Day-Lewis, who used to be posh, before he became Irish.

Brydon [adopting ‘aristocratic’ accent]: ‘Ah, Miss Honeychurch, I wondered if you might allow me the privilege of joining you for dinner on the palazzo this evening…’

Coogan: Why are you doing Hugh Grant?

Brydon: I’m not doing Hugh Grant; Hugh Grant would be, ‘Ah, gosh, Miss Honeychurch, I-I-I wondered if you might, uhh, as it were, join me, uhh, this evening…’

Coogan: It sounds a lot like your Day-Lewis, only half an octave up.

Brydon: And a little bit taller; I went taller as well, I straightened my back…

Coogan [adopting ‘Northern Irish’ accent]: ‘I spent fifteen years of my life in prison for something I didn’t do! I saw my father – die – in prison, for something he didn’t do!’

Brydon: ‘Daniel Day-Lewis is Ronan Keating in: Boyzone: The Movie!’

Coogan: That was Gerry Conlon, from the Guildford Four…

Brydon: Was that after Westlife?

This sequence encapsulates what happens in The Trip to Italy, as its two mimics drive and eat their way around the country, reeling off as they do viihost of impersonations – Marlon Brando, Al Pacino, Woody Allen, and of course Hugh Grant, to mention only a few – linked at best tangentially to Italy, but who are all connected by cinema: cinematic performances that have been repeatedly watched and listened to, preserved in the mind, then re-performed with (mostly) consummate mimetic skill by two British comics on holiday. But it also, in turn, sums up what Winterbottom’s film is really about: the fascination with other films, and other voices; the impossibility of escaping these voices as they take over our own words; what it means to talk about being original in a world where everything, it seems, has been done, seen and screened.

What is so unexpected, though, about The Trip to Italy is that we haven’t seen much like it on film before. There are plenty of films, English ones included, that look and sound like ones we have seen already. Critics and analysts of film often call this style pastiche; a concept to which we will turn at more length later. What is different in The Trip to Italy’s cinephile borrowings is that they are never subsumed into a consistent and coherent narrative and style. When Coogan and Brydon chat in the style of Batman and Bane from The Dark Knight Rises (), competing to see who can be least intelligible, they remain a pair of comic actors and impressionists, imitating two frankly ridiculous voices, sitting in a restaurant somewhere between Genoa and La Spezia.

When the subject of imitation is as clearly marked as it is here, we move towards the comic mode most frequently identified as parody. As this book will explore, parody is a key practice in English film and television comedy, with The Trip to Italy, in fact, being just one of the more recent examples. Impersonation can be a form of parody in the way it highlights the excesses or peculiarities of a particular voice: Pacino’s huskily mannered line deliveries; the weirdly sonorous inflections of Roger Moore; Day-Lewis’s chameleon leaps from Edwardian aesthete to imprisoned Ulsterman (In the Name of the Father []) to US President (in Lincoln []). It can in this respect be cruel or mocking, as in the unsparing comic assault on Tom Hardy’s gagged, gas-masked villain in the Batman film. But imitation, as the saying goes, is also a form of flattery, requiring as it does that the performer literally impersonates; in other words, that they take in or assume the character of their subject, whose uniqueness usually motivates their imitation in the first place. To impersonate is also, in this way, to love – even Bane.

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The Trip to Italy is also, in this way, unsparing of Coogan and Brydon themselves, hopelessly unable as they are to speak in their ‘own’ voices. But this is both the dilemma and the pleasure of the film itself, which can never escape its dependence on other films. Echoes of past films acknowledged by its travellers and occasional companions – The Godfather (), Roman Holiday (), Roberto Rossellini’s Voyage to Italy (), Federico Fellini’s La Dolce Vita () – haunt The Trip to Italy, just as the gestures and voices of actors present and past ghost their way through the performances of Coogan and Brydon.

In the end, it is this knowingness about its own place in cinema history that makes The Trip to Italy so interesting; especially as it is also self-questioning about its place as a ‘national’ work of film and television. As much as its own dynamic duo take inventive comic shots at the superhero blockbuster, its comic targets, and its own frames of self-reference, include – as shown above – such archetypal English products as A Room with a View (), arguably the defining film of the so-called Merchant-Ivory film line. Coogan and Brydon’s continuity with Forster’s travelling English also marks The Trip to Italy’s own perpetuation of this same tradition: English films for English audiences about the English abroad, but which – as is also the case with The Trip to Italy – is also a local film for a global audience that enjoys watching the English, especially when they are dressed in their Edwardian finery. A global audience that, judging by the limitless exportability of Downton Abbey (ITV, –), has hardly dwindled in recent years. But of course this is not another Room with a View, nor even a Downton Abbey. The finery on display here consists of three-quarter length trousers and Birkenstock sandals; the manners are not polished to perfection, and the accents (Mancunian and South Wales) some miles from the cut-glass tones of drama-school Received Pronunciation. And the actors themselves, as much as they spend most of both Trips thinking they should be in the movies, are still best known, in their home country at least, as stars of English television.

Parody of Hollywood; parody of English costume drama; parody, as much as anything, of itself: The Trip to Italy is all these things at once. It is at once a film in the form of a BBC television series for many of its viewers; for others, specifically its cinematic audience, it is a television series squeezed into a film, starring an English and a Welsh actor who are well ixknown without, let’s face it, being that famous. It is about how they see others, and consequently, how others see them; but ultimately, in its tendencies toward self-parody, it is about how they see themselves – as performed for the benefit of others.

I would also say, and with due respect to Welshman Brydon as The Trip to Italy’s gently mocking presence, it is a very English film, though not because it is preoccupied with England. Its ‘Englishness’, if we can call it that, lies in its preoccupation with everything else, its relation to the bigger world in which this not-very significant Italian holiday takes place. In many ways, The Trip to Italy encapsulates the characteristics of English film and television comedy in light of its global audience. Defining these in more detail is the aim of this book.

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What is important though, is the jokes. Perhaps because Top Gun already felt like a parody of sorts, it seemed like an easy target: when we see an inverted 4G negative dive, we see the contents of the pilot’s overnight bag empty into the aircraft canopy; the air-traffic controllers perform abstract interpretive dance while directing on-deck landings and instead of call signs such as Viper, Maverick and Ice-man, we get Wash-Out, Dead Meat, and The Old One.

Topping the class though is Hot Shots: Part Deux () which is the rarest of creatures: a sequel that is better than its predecessor. You probably think I’m joking. If I was joking, I’d say; “a horse walks into a bar and the barman says, &#;Why the long face?&#;”

Following just two years later, Part Deux had a deeper pool from which to draw, taking on ‘Nam’ classics, 80’s action fodder and, er, Lady And The Tramp. Topper Harley is, again, familiarly recruited to come out of retirement for one final mission to take on (the previously bombed) Saddam Hussein. We see Harley with infinite ammo, mowing down innumerable bad guys as his high score rockets (from “Equal to RoboCop!” to “BLOODIEST MOVIE EVER!”). We see illegal &#;Dim Sum&#; fighting where tickling nearly gets you a tap-out and we see a literal fistful of bullets take out an entire gang of henchmen.

If comedies earn their classic status through memorable, nay, iconic scenes then the Hot Shots movies have undoubtedly earned their place alongside &#; although not equal to &#; ZAZ’s finest work. Several such scenes have outshone the movies and enjoy a certain amount of infamy as standalone classic comedy moments in their own right.

Take Part Deux: As Topper Harley’s voiceover documents his boat journey down through enemy jungle territory, a familiar voice intertwines and overlaps his. Martin Sheen’s Capt. Willard now narrates his mission to confront Apocalypse Now’s Colonel Kurtz, but not before passing his IRL son. Each takes a moment of recognition… and both end up fanboying with “I loved you in Wall Street!” Genius.

Likewise, who could forget the food sex scene where Harley and Ramada (Valeria Golino) turn 9 ½ Weeks up to 11 by frying a full English breakfast on her midriff? How about the aforementioned Lady And The Tramp restaurant scene, where spaghetti eating not only leads to smooching, but to Harley snout-pushing a meatball over to his lady. It’s as ludicrous as it is clever and this is why the movies endure.

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    Directed by: Alexander Payne

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    I, Tonya

    Margot Robbie, Caitlin Carver

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    Directed by: Craig Gillespie

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    Released: 

    Directed by: Lawrence Sher

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    Directed by: Michael Showalter

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    Released: 

    Directed by: Lucia Aniello

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    Cars 3

    Owen Wilson, Cristela Alonzo

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    Released: 

    Directed by: Tony Leondis

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  • 32

    Released: 

    Directed by: Jonathan Levine

    Snatched is a American action comedy film directed by Jonathan Levine and written by Katie Dippold. A mother and daughter become part of an unexpected adventure when a vacation goes wrong  more

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    Released: 

    Directed by: Ken Marino

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  • 34

    Released: 

    Directed by: Nacho Vigalondo

    Colossal is a science fiction comedy film directed and written by Nacho Vigalondo. Gloria (Anne Hathaway) is an unemployed writer struggling with alcoholism. After moving back to her hometown,  more

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    Released: 

    Directed by: Jonathan Dayton, Valerie Faris

    Battle of the Sexes is a American biographical sports comedy-drama film directed by Jonathan Dayton and Valerie Faris. The true story of the tennis match between World number one Billie  more

  • 36

    Released: 

    Directed by: David Soren

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  • 37

    Directed by: Ron Shelton

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    Directed by: Tyler Perry

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    Movies 2017 parody

    Disney and Sega's upcoming movie-spoof of Lionsgate/Allspark Pictures film "My Little Pony: The Movie".

    My Little Children The Movie () Poster.JPG

    Cast

    • Twilight Sparkle - Pearl Pureheart (Mighty Mouse)
    • Spike - Chip (Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers)
    • Rainbow Dash - Jenny McBride (The Secret of Nimh 2: Timmy to the Rescue)
    • Pinkie Pie - Nellie the Elephant
    • Rarity - Aunt Lucy (Paddington Bear)
    • Applejack - Madame Cholet (The Wombles)
    • Fluttershy - Alba the Cat (Pip Ahoy)
    • Tempest Shadow - Chef (Trolls)
    • Princess Skystar - Jeopardy Mouse (Danger Mouse)
    • The Storm King - B.L. Zebub (The Devil and Daniel Mouse)
    • Grubber - Trevor the Gross (The Muppets)
    • Songbird Serenade - Tabitha Wildcat (Fantomcat)
    • Capper - Banjo the Woodpile Cat
    • Queen Novo - Judy Hopps (Zootopia)
    • Captain Celaeno - Hare (Nu, Pogodi)
    • Princess Celestia - Mrs. Brisby (The Secret of NIMH)
    • Princess Luna - Ms. Fieldmouse (Thumbelina)
    • Bulk Biceps - Magilla Gorilla
    • Party Favor - Dudley Puppy (T.U.F.F. Puppy)
    • Bodyguard 1 - Dave (Penguins of Madagascar)
    • Bodyguard 2 - Bletch the Walrus (Meet the Feebles)
    • Boyle - Mopatop (Mopatop's Shop)
    • Lix Spittle - Adult Nala (The Lion King)
    • Verko - Judge Oliver Wendell Clutch (Calvin and the Colonel)
    • Code Red - Zoboomafoo (Zoboomafoo/Zobooland)
    • Murdock - Ferocious-Ness (The Family Ness)
    • Mullet - Sweetums (The Muppets)
    • Big McIntosh - Berk (The Trap Door)
    • Granny Smith - Princess Sylvia (Muzzy in Gondoland)
    • Apple Bloom - Lisa the Mouse (Lapitch the Little Shoemaker)
    • Princess Candance - Sawyer (Cats Don't Dance)
    • Derpy (Muffins) - Cindy Bear

    Trailer/Transcript:

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    Sours: https://parody.fandom.com/wiki/My_Little_Children:_The_Movie_()
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