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Eric Brainard 4 months ago
Classic family comedy. 9/10
Paul Lanoue over 3 years ago
….my dad told me so.
Sasha over 4 years ago
Extremely feel-good movie and perfect start to the series.
casey schmidt almost 6 years ago
Classic. Wrongfully overlooked. Quotable and effortlessly hilarious.
Fernando Olivas 6 years ago
Perfect movie for a rainy Saturday evening.
Dylan Clites 7 years ago
Funny throughout, but the last half an hour is where the real magic happens.
Don Lathrop 3 months ago
Jake Boone 9 months ago
Ben Dauphinee 11 months ago
Jessica Gross almost 2 years ago
Matthew Bettencourt almost 2 years ago
jojodoug 2 years ago
Nino Vignjevic over 3 years ago
Alex Wilkinson almost 4 years ago
Humberto Octavio almost 4 years ago
Christian Gram almost 4 years ago
James 4 years ago
Vacation, sometimes referred as National Lampoon's Vacation, is a 1983 comedy film directed by Harold Ramis and starring Chevy Chase, Beverly D'Angelo, Randy Quaid, Dana Barron and Anthony Michael Hall. The film features numerous others, such as comedians John Candy and Imogene Coca, model Christie Brinkley, and Jane Krakowski, in smaller roles. The screenplay was written by John Hughes, based on his short story in National Lampoon Magazine, Vacation '58 (the screenplay changes the year to 1983). The original story is a (reportedly) fictionalized account of his own family's ill-fated trip to Disneyland (changed to Walley World for the film) when Hughes was a boy. The success of the film helped advance his screenwriting career. National Lampoon's Vacation was a significant box-office hit, earning more than $61 million in the United States with an estimated budget of $15 million. In 2000, readers of Total Film magazine voted National Lampoon's Vacation the 46th greatest comedy film of...
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