National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation
Christmas with the family never was this funny to watch
The Griswalds are back on vacation. Beverly D'Angelo, Randy Quaid and Chevy Chase are back to reprise their roles, in another National Lampoon Vacation film. The movie is about the Griswalds going on vacation for the holidays. Unfortunately, though, Clark (Chevy Chase) encounters a series of unfortunate events from not getting his Christmas bonus, in-laws, obnoxious cousins, a squirel, and almost going to jail with his entire family. Folks have got to love those kind of Kodak moments. The film is pretty much more of the same. Chevy Chase is still the typical normal "father figure" in the begining, but is driven to the point of histarical insanity. And of course, Randy Quaid still plays the same hillarious free-loading moron that we all came to love in the first Vacation film. Despite dishing out the same type of cliched humor of the previous films, "National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation" should still make just about anyone chuckle for the holiday season.
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