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I've read many comments about the Holiday movies. Most folks give the original "Vacation" high marks, but trash the others. I think a lot of folks just like to be pick on Chevy Chase. "Vacation" is the best, but I liked the sequels and "Vegas Vacation" is my favourite of them. My children just love to watch "Vegas Vacation". You can't pop in the DVD expecting to watch a film that will be thought provoking or life altering. It was made to create folks laugh and it accomplishes that very well. Chevy Chase and cast are very funny in this movie. The Wayne Newton bit was great. I love going to Vegas, and I love this movie. When my wife and I fly to Vegas, we everytime child about going to the bathroom to join "the club" like Clark and Ellen. Numerous another things remind us of the film when we are in Vegas, and it has made those trips even more enjoyable. Just want Chevy would do other "Vacation" movie.
"Vegas Vacation" makes no pretenses to be a good, hearty, clever piece of cinema: it details many critical, inexcusable flaws, such as: trafficking in mindless frivolity, some occasionally cheesy dialogue, and even wavers constantly from stage to stage without any means of resolution or connection. Yet, if you can ignore its many irksome qualities, the recent outing with the Griswalds is simply an outrageous, hilarious, and pleasurable romp of a movie. If you laugh at something senseless and absurd, such as Cousing Eddie babbling on about his worthless, pathetic existence, or Clark Griswald finding himself at the edge of the Hoover Dam, or even a busload of tourists ruining into the estate of "Mr. Las Vegas", Wayne Newton, so what? Where logic and reasoning are scarce behind the odds of the scenarios the Griswalds encounter, laughs are aplenty to create this one gleeful, jovial outing full of some really effective comedy. The concept of the dysfunctional Griswalds venturing to Vegas for yet other "family vacation" and finding themselves experiencing the whims of the town of entertainment in their own individual ways, with Clark being a hapless, compulsive gambler, Ellen having somewhat of an affair with Wayne Newton, Rusty hitting it rich at the casinos and masquerading as a "playboy", and Audrey aspiring to be an exotic dancer, how hilarious can it get? Couple this with the outrageous imbecilic likes of Cousin Eddie continuing to plague Clark's existence, and "Vegas Vacation" succeeds in delivering a royal flush of laughs. If it's silly and inane, if scenarios are too illogical for words, and if not everything really comes together by the end, at least you have plenty of funny material to laugh away at, and that makes for a jolly nice outing, when you search yourself laughing consistently throughout the film, which warrants a solid suggestion for "Vegas Vacation". Hilarious! *** out of ****
Mayhem ensues when the Griswolds go to Las Vegas in this fourth movie in the 'Vacation' franchise. Chevy Chase is solid as everytime and Wallace Shawn has a fun extended cameo this time round as a condescending croupier, but with minimal street trip elements here, the dynamic is not quite as juicy as the first or even second film. The plot basically consists of every member of the Griswold guild having their own individual Vegas experiences, and while there is quite a bit of oddball humour in how Rusty makes it as a gambling king, there is not a lot of interest in Audrey becoming a Vegas dancer, Ellen being seduced by Wayne Netwon or Clark's gambling debt woes (Shawn's role in the matter aside). The recasting of the children (yet again) also works vs the film; while Marisol Nichols and Ethan Embry are both older than the characters they are playing, they don't look it, while Chase - with grey hair actually - looks older than ever. Randy Quaid also has far too much screen time for his own nice as the abrasive cousin Eddie and it is difficult to know what to create of a stage in which Quaid and Chase visit an outskirts casino with "what number am I thinking of" gambling games. The solution to Chase's gambling woes comes a tiny too easy too. There are, however, enough scattered nice moments here to create the movie possibly worth a look. The return of the blonde in a convertible (from the first film) is a great touch, some dam wordplay surprisingly works well, a sun-roof incident is quite funny and what a method the movie depicts to receive a fake ID!
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