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National Vacation in Las Vegas (Film Reviews)

One of the funniest 1997 films, Vegas Vegas lives up to the high level of comic expectation expected from this ongoing series of National Lampoon. Although he's at the lower end of joy when compared to vacation, European vacation, and Christmas holidays, the movie is non-stop comedy and laughing in itself. After all, how can we expect anything that lives up to the perfect genius of comedy like Christmas holidays? With a brand new group of kids, Chevy Chase and Beverly Angelo once again form a comic duo on screen that is simply magical …

When Clark Griswold (Chevy Chase) gets a big bonus as a reward from the company for inventing a new food preservative, he and his wife Ellen (Beverly de Angelo) decide to spend the money on a good traditional family vacation. But when Rusty (Ethan Imperi) and Audrey (Marisol Nichols) quarrel about the destination, the only place that unanimous opinions from the family is a vacation in Las Vegas.

While flying to Vegas, the family faces a series of pitfalls that threaten to tear them forever. Clark becomes addicted to gambling (even gambling on rock paper scissors and a man who performs the protein "I'm thinking of between one and ten years" in a low-rent casino), Eileen becomes a target to seduce Wayne Newton, under the age Rusty becomes a gambling star under the false identity of Nicholas Papagiorgio, And Audrey tries her hand in exotic dancing after meeting her stripped cousin Vicky … Cousin Eddie (Randy Quaid) makes a fresh offer to steal unleashed – he's close to the door handles, as he casts a shadow over Clark about casinos that generously drink his favorite drink – a can of ounce of Busch Light.

The funniest scenes in the movie include Eddie (as always) and his family from the trash can for trailers, and they now live in a trailer on a plot of land purchased from Eddie cheaply because it is a landfill for nuclear waste. The various exploits of Rust under the nickname Nick Papagio are very entertaining. In a meeting with a group of semi-mafia, professional gamblers, Rusty enjoys massages, corporate wings, and many frills associated with the biggest names in the business. Vegas vacation is just downright funny. If you like previous movies, don't miss these movies …

Continuing the impressive reputation of the Vacation Movie Series, Vegas Vacation is pure entertainment fun from start to finish. Chevy Chase returns to his usual exoticism, and Wayne Newton turns into a classic performer in his role as Griswold a home wrecker. Family-friendly, Vegas Vacation is a comedy designed for both parents and children alike. And her role as another showman in Griswold's feature comedy series makes Vegas Vacation a must-have …