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National lampoon vacation would certainly stand up as one of the funniest classic rode trip movies in 80 Canny scripts and superb performances of characters made this film one of the best rode trip movie Everything just happens all of sudden in this film From the beginning until they reach their destination which is Wally World all kinds of hilarious incidents happens spontaneously without anyone predicted And all these spontaneities make this film even better and people love it But it is indeed painful to watch the hapless Clark fumble his way through the series of disasters that happen to him on his vacation Clark is a patriarch of a stereotypical American family who decided to take his wife son and daughter to an amusement park in California from Chicago Along the way they have to contend with a trip to their cousins and end up dragging odd old aunt along for the ride Clark and his family all get stuck with the task of carrying the irritating aunt What the family does in order to get her home is one of the highlights of the movie Clark straps the dead aunt to the roof of the car and leaves the corpse in front of the empty house in the hard rains But nothing could be compared to what happens to her little dog It is so hilarious when Clark tries to explain about the dog being dragged behind the car When they finally get into Arizona through all those incidents they again get lost in the middle of the desert and crashed their car And when they visit another hotel and Clark sees a beautiful woman who flirts with him in the film again and here comes the funniest part in the whole film Clark has a hilarious outburst while his wife the kids and all the people in the hotel look on him with amazement They finally make it
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