They're ba-ack! Aloof, self-satisfied British comedian/actor Steve Coogan (played by Steve Coogan) and his friend, Welsh comic, actor, and impressionist Rob Brydon (Rob Brydon) are once again enjoying the comfy luxury of a culinary adventure courtesy of Britain's The Observer newspaper. In 2010's "The Trip," the pair toured northern England, bickering and trading impersonations of Michael Caine and Sean Connery over meals. At night, Coogan bedded a series of women and Brydon contentedly phoned his wife at home. The new "The Trip to Italy" puts the two gents in a convertible Mini Cooper as they chase the ghosts of Lord Byron and Percy Bysshe Shelley over the scenic hills of stunning Tuscany and the Amalfi coast. The warring Caine impressions return, as do the barbed dinner conversations, this time in a more visually spectacular setting than the first, dutifully conforming to the laws of movie sequels.