Driving by his deep will of spending a very nice time with his family and to renew his marriage vows, Clark Griswold, a successful manager who upon earning a high bonus, decides to take his family in a vacation to Las Vegas, the thing that makes the rage of his wife and daughter, but upon their arrival, they have fun.
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Common Sense Media
December 14, 2010 Lame National Lampoon with usual innuendo, drinking.Read in Source
San Francisco Chronicle
January 01, 2000 Why, if [Chevy] Chase is such a funny guy, does he make such unfunny movies?Read in Source
January 22, 2002 I'll lay you 3-to-1 odds that by the end of this flick even fans will be thinking that this wasn't a trip worth taking.Read in Source
July 21, 2009 The subplots involving D'Angelo and Newton and Ethan Embry -- the Griswolds' son, who can't stop winning -- have their charms.Read in Source
Los Angeles Times
February 14, 2001 There is nothing more memorable about Vegas Vacation than the flatness of the writing in Elisa Bell's script and the uninspired direction of first-timer Stephen Kessler.Read in Source
July 21, 2009 It's a bad sign when National Lampoon wants its name out of the title.Read in Source
May 26, 2012 Despite Chevy Chase's decent effort trying to revive the Griswold franchise, VEGAS VACATION is just a big disappointment. This one could have just premiered on TV, as it resembles that sort of mediocrity.Read in Source
Country: United States
Genre: Thriller, Horror, Mystery
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