Last year’s "Before Midnight" ended with its feuding lovers imagining what it might be like to grow old together. While it involves a different set of characters, Roger Michell’s "Le Week-end" may answer that question anyway, as it involves a near-geriatric British couple (Jim Broadbent and Lindsay Duncan) wandering Paris on a vacation gone awry while going for the jugular in their arguments over the proper direction for their remaining lives. Michell's tender comedy-drama — written by "My Beautiful Laundrette" scribe Hanif Kureishi — gets under your skin with darkly amusing exchanges between the couple that marry the humor with a philosophical sadness and vice versa. Also featuring a naturally hilarious appearance by Jeff Goldblum as the Broadbent character’s more successful former colleague, "Le Week-end" is both a somber existential medication and a cynical rant, yet maintains a sense of levity as its stars gradually shed their problems and rediscover the romanticism that drew them together in the first place.