Vegas Vacation


Action / Comedy / Family

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 13%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 52%
IMDb Rating 5.9 10 37258


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Ethan Embry as Rusty Griswold
Jeffrey Donovan as Hotel Employee
Chevy Chase as Clark Griswold
Beverly D'Angelo as Ellen Griswold
753.70 MB
23.976 fps
1hr 33 min
P/S 1 / 9

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by leplatypus 7 / 10

Not breaking the bank but also not down the sink ! (web)

This 4th adventure is not one too much as there is some fun moments but there is indubitably no new ideas since the first movie and that's a pity: Clark is blind, the kids are daredevils, Ellen is strong and the cousins gentle jerksÂ… Going on the road again offers more surprises than staying at home but going to Vegas is boring as this is not a sight-seeing location. However the feel of this sin city is perfectly done as i stayed also in one of this big hotel and that i saw again all things i did (games inside the hotel, buffet meals, labyrinth corridors). The only exterior visit to Hoover Dam is also really funny as well as well as the mile- high club try! This new pair of kids is cool and we have also a Chevy at top of his form! In itself, the movie could be expandable but when you look for genuine comedy, you come to the conclusion that this Griswold family has something the others have not!

Reviewed by Clark (clarkcwilson) 7 / 10

Oh, okay. I like it.

What? There's another Vacation film?! Cool! Let's watch it!

Okay, after the first viewing, you probably won't like this film that much. After a week, you'll probably forget you saw it, you watch it again, and then and only then, will you learn to truly appreciate the second best Wallace Shawn film ever. Randy Quaid is hilarious, but not quite as good as he was in Christmas Vacation, but still good. Then, there's this one problem.

I DON'T CARE ABOUT CLARK'S DAUGHTER! That's right, there's a subplot about Clark's daughter... becoming a prostitute? Yeah, I'm 80% sure that's what it is! What the heck?! The franchise films were alway raunchy, but nothing like that. Well, unless you count those scenes from the first two but... Chevy Chase got old.

Reviewed by Paul Magne Haakonsen 6 / 10

Funny, but not fully there...

This is the weakest of the Chevy Chase movies in the "National Lampoon's Vacaction" movies. That being said, don't get me wrong here, because it is not a bad movie. It was just lacking that unique comedy touch and outrageous absurdity that was found in the previous movies.

The story in "Vegas Vacation" is about the Griswold's trip to sparkling Las Vegas, and nothing goes according to plans. And soon things are spiraling out of control and Las Vegas is turned upside down.

Chevy Chase and Beverly D'Angelo carried this movie with their spot on portrayals of the beloved Clark and Ellen Griswold characters. The children are naturally growing up, but it was a bit strange as they had new performers in those roles. Randy Quaid also did a great job in revisiting the lovely cousin Eddie character.

The comedy in "Vegas Vacation" was straight to the point and there was the trademark awkward situations, but it was not fully up to the level set in the previous movies. Still a funny movie though, and definitely worth watching.

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