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National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation

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In Theaters: December 1, 1989

PG-13 | Comedy | 1h 37m

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User rating: December 21, 2020

It's a fun look at family gatherings, all the hopes and dreams, and then the reality put in a context that we can all appreciate. Many, Many funny moments of laughter and just plain old fun. It's a huge family tradition us!

User rating: December 17, 2020

A holiday favourite. Dips into crassness just a little too much, but it's still a very good mix of laughs and sentiment. The film's last of dialogue -spoken by Chase- is so simple yet so satisfying. Definitely the best of the Vacation movies.

User rating: November 21, 2019

I would rate it 0 stars if I could. The guy I was dating gave it to me for Christmas on Blu-ray because he liked it, but it was one of the stupidest movies I've ever seen. What a waste of time. Needless to say, I'm not dating him anymore. Even Avengers movies aren't as terrible as this junk.

User rating: November 21, 2019

Best Christmas movie ever. Watch it every Christmas Eve.

User rating: December 18, 2016

Love it. Watch it every year and laugh harder each time I watch it. Best movie ever made. It gets funnier every time you watch it.

User rating: December 16, 2016

Best Christmas movie ever. We watch it every year.

User rating: November 17, 2014

My favourite all time movie ever. Watch it every Christmas and laugh so hard every time. Chevy Chase at his best.

User rating: December 10, 2010

Clark Griswold and Cousin Eddie - the best Christmas comedy duo ever!

User rating: November 30, 2010

Best Christmas movie EVER!

User rating: January 8, 2010

A classic Xmas tradition