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Love this movie John candy classic
John Candy plays a stressed Chicago dad and hilarity ensues. This Summer Classic is perfection!
Kindred spirit with Great Outdoors, one of my all time favs!
Typical 80's comedy without the laughs. Found myself very bored and wanting the movie to be over. Not remotely funny,you'd expect John Candy to save this movie but the poor dialogue and dull scenarios could not keep my interest. Any fan of Candy should check him out in Uncle Buck,Trains Planes and Automobiles,and Home Alone (Cameo) All classics that show you how funny he was with the proper direction (John Hughes)
John Candy perfection.
This is a great family movie, John Candy is funny as always. This story is a bit predictable, but has a great family message. I will watch this over and over again, to me it is not disappointing.
Not the greatest, but serviceable John Candy entry with a few good laughs and message about family.
I loved the movie! It is funny and good for the whole family. Reminds me of some of my crazy summer vacations. ;)
Vacation ripoff has a few laughs.
Nostalgia at its finest. Candy is a master.