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Title: Lampoon's Christmas Vacation 

Year Of Release: 1989

Review Date: November 30, 2010

Rating: PG-13

Running time: 97 minutes

Box Office Gross: $106,119,546   

Site Rating: 3 out of 10 stars

"Lampoon's Christmas Vacation" is the slapstick 80's comedy about the hapless Griswold family and the things that go wrong for them during the holidays. The head of the family, Clark Griswold, makes the bumbling thieves from the hilarious "Home Alone" movie series look like geniuses, as he is a walking disaster area.

Coincidentally, Home Alone, like "Lampoon's Christmas Vacation" was was written by the late John Hughes. This film isn't very meaningful, as it is quite cheesy, but is watched for its surface laughs, due to the clueless conduct of the Griswold family. It should be a crime to be that oblivious and haphazard. It also contains some inappropriate themes, which could have been left out.  


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