Family comedy about a man who decides to take his family on a trip his famous uncle took years ago.

Director:

Richard Benjamin

Writer:

Andy Breckman
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Episode credited cast:
Yvonne Campeau Yvonne Campeau ... Daphne
Wally Dalton ... Ranger Ratovich
Garry Davey ... Sheriff Lancaster
Stephen Dimopoulos ... Manager
Rodney Eastman ... Stork
Margot Finley ... Rachel Piper
Brendan Fletcher ... Kyle Early
Paul Giamatti ... Jeremiah Piper
Julie Hagerty ... Bess Piper
Chas Harrison Chas Harrison ... Private Latimer
Mark Holden ... Town Sheriff
Zook Matthews Zook Matthews ... Cowboy Biker
Stephen E. Miller ... Dale Butterworth
Walter Olkewicz ... Mr. Bloom
Jeremy Radick Jeremy Radick ... Arlo
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Family comedy about a man who decides to take his family on a trip his famous uncle took years ago.

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

5 April 1998 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Armadilha para Turistas See more »

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Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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George W. Piper: No more 'Where Is Thumpkin?'! That is a very dangerous song!
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Not Half As Bad As One Might Think...
11 December 2002 | by MovieAddict2016See all my reviews

"Tourist Trap," written by Andy Breckman -- who once wrote for Saturday Night Live as well as films such as "Rat Race" and "Sgt. Bilko" -- doesn't offer nearly as many laughs as "Vacation" or other great family vacation movies of its genre, but Daniel Stern is funny, and helps generate some laughs.

One other great thing about "Tourist Trap" is that unlike "Vacation," "Trap" is family-friendly. Some of the guffaws are aimed towards children, but there's some hidden adult humor, as well. Such as when we have a flashback involving Jefferson's chair. It's painful to watch, thinking about what the chair is and witnessing its demise. Of course, it's a film, but if it were real...can you imagine?

"Tourist Trap" may not be "cool" to some, but if you have a family, it's a better pick than "Vacation," which needless to say, is quite raunchy at times.

3/5 stars-

John Ulmer


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