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    Dan Trunkman (Vince Vaughn), right, and his business partners (Dave Franco, left, and Tom Wilkinson) get into trouble in Germany while pursuing a key deal in “Unfinished Business.”

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    The weird badness, or the bad weirdness, of Vince Vaughn's train wreck farce “Unfinished Business” can be traced back to Steve Conrad's dual personality screenplay that, in one scene, appeals to the Walt Disney family values crowd. In the next, Ken Scott's comedy panders to the lowest frat boy denominators of grossly explicit nudity, drugs, insane parties and imaginative sexual positions.

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