“Vacation”: Film review

“The new vacation will stand on its own!” says Rusty Griswold. But he is wrong. It does not stand, it flails grotesquely and expires.
I laughed out loud perhaps five times, and one of those times required a late-stage cameo from an aging Chevy Chase.
I might say “Do yourself a favor and don’t watch this, it’s terrible, unwatchable, horrible,” but you’d likely respond with “Wait, you actually watched this? What’s wrong with you?”

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