Hoping to bring his family closer together and to recreate his childhood vacation for his own kids, an adult Rusty Griswold takes his wife and two sons on a cross-country road trip to Walley World. Needless to say, things don't go quite as planned.
The college campus shots are from Emory College Oxford Campus in Covington, Georgia, while the "Sorority House" is actually a house on Elm Street just off of the Square. The Square is also shown in the early driving montage, you see the Court House (tall white clock tower), which was seen in every episode of In the Heat Of The Night, also filmed in Covington. See more »
After bursting back into the cockpit, Russ claims the co-pilot had taken the aircraft (later claimed to be an A318) to 60,000 ft. This is not possible as the maximum altitude for an aircraft of that type is approximately 40,000 ft. See more »
I rate this movie a 6, the movie was funny, off the wall, typical of the "Vacation" movies,had some good flash backs from the first movie, laughed a lot, Chevy Chase was his typical self dropping things and doing funny bits, all the character's played their parts well,and the rental car was hilarious, but I don't see what is so funny about the the words f**k and motherf**k in a movie like this, even the the opening and closing song was stupid and uncalled for, the f word was used more then they used their names. Why do the movie makers think this draws people to watch movies, it turns me off to hear this all the way through a movie. I am not a prude, have heard it before, just not necessary every other word.
WAKE UP Hollywood IT DOES NOT HAVE TO HAVE THE F WORD IN EVERY MOVIE.
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