Trying to bond his family together and relive his childhood memories, Rusty Griswold takes his family to Walley World, an amusement park. On the way they face challenges, overcoming fears, and troubles with mischievous people. When his family admits that they never wanted to go, he starts to think his family thinks he's a loser. Will they make it to Walley World or will the family separate?
Kevin complains that he will miss the first week of wrestling practice when the family goes on vacation Memorial Day weekend. Regularly scheduled wrestling seasons go from mid November until mid March for high school and January until March for middle school. Any club wrestling would have started much earlier than Memorial Day weekend as well. See more »
Happy Just To Be Alive
Written by Doug Davis
Performed by Christopher Blue (II) - The Band
Courtesy of Fervor Records See more »
Seriously, if everyone would just chill tfo about wanting to compare this version with the original version, you would find this movie is hilarious. First time in years I didn't want to punch Ed Helms in the face after watching him in a movie. The two actors who play the boys in the movie are great. But the gem and queen of this movie is Christina Applegate.
All in all, a really funny movie, a lot better than internet trolls have shown it. I just hope the 100 million worldwide gross will generate a remake of Xmas Vacation.
I will admit that Chris Hemsworth, Charlie Day, Kaitlyn Olson, Michael Pena, Nick Kroll, either Key or Peele, are great in their own small role way. However, this movie does not provide the Cousin Ed role made famous by Canadian truffle sniffer Randy Quaid.
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