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On Holiday

The British call going on vacation, “On Holiday”.  I really like that.  It sounds so much more fun than vacation. The picture above is Chevy Chase from National Lampoon’s movie Vacation.   591 more words

Springs From A Manager's Point Of View


Vacation gives precisely zero reasons for existing, let alone as to why you should watch it over the original. 1,354 more words


On the road...again: A review of Vacation

I didn’t laugh for probably 40 minutes, by the time the film finished, I had laughed perhaps 3-4 times. None of those FOUR (barely) laughs weren’t proper laughs, not proper jokes and not even good laughs, they weren’t lasting and landed with a thud, I only remember them because there was so very few of them.  278 more words


Movie:  Vacation

Rating:  2 1/2 Stars (Out of 5)

Review:   Rusty Griswold (Ed Helms) is a success.  Kind of.  He is an airline pilot, albeit for a 3rd rate outfit called Econofare.  624 more words


Warner Bros. torch-passing reboot of the National Lampoon’s Vacation series bookends with PowerPoint credits sequences of vacation photos, both real and starring the film’s characters. Many appear innocuous and pleasant, until unfolding to reveal an uncomfortable or darkly humorous context. 515 more words


Vacation: The funniest dirty movie I’ve ever seen

The remake of the 1983 hilarious National Lampoon’s Vacation is just as hilarious, but with a heavy r-rating and a lot of f-words. Still, the remake is true to the original in so many ways you’ll almost forget about the dip into the unnecessary nearly x-rated humor and laugh you f-ing asses off. 1,184 more words

Books & Films

National Lampoon's Vacation (1982)

Starring: Chevy Chase, Beverly D’Angelo, Anthony Michael Hall, Christie Brinkley

Synopsis: The Griswold family’s cross-country drive to the Walley World theme park proves to be much more arduous than they ever anticipated. 109 more words