National Lampoon's European Vacation [Blu-ray]
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that has the content of humor impact in it then look no further as the review you are reading is the one to lay your eyes on without any doubt. The story is about family (married couple compatibly executing the role of husband and wife that is Clark and Ellen Griswold, living in suburban Chicago with two children, Rusty and Audrey) vacation that initially competes in a game show called "Pig in a Poke" and wins an all-expenses-paid trip to Europe. In a whirlwind tour of Western Europe, chaos of all sorts ensues. They stay in a fleabag London hotel with a sloppy, tattooed Cockney desk clerk (Mel Smith). While in their English rental car, a bright yellow Austin Maxi, Clark drives his family endlessly around the busy Lambeth Bridge roundabout for hours, unable to maneuver his way out of traffic due to the opposite direction of American driving. His wrong-way driving habits cause him to repeatedly crash into cars and knock over a frightened bicyclist (Eric Idle) who reappears in different scenes as if by coincidence. At Stonehenge, Clark backs their Maxi into a priceless, ancient stone monolith, knocking all the stones down like dominoes, which they do not even notice as they happily leave the scene. While the families are at Stonehenge, Clark shouts for Rusty, who is standing right behind him. Rusty then replies, 'Yeah Dad?’ This conversation is a callback to a similar one which took place in National Lampoon's Vacation
after Clark crashed the car in the middle of the desert.
whilst the jovial family are having the ball, Clark throws Rusty's beret cap off the Eiffel Tower observation deck, causing a lady's dachshund to jump off after it; later, young Rusty meets a hooker at a bawdy Paris can-can dance show. While in Paris, the family's video camera is stolen by a passerby (Victor Lanoux) whom Clark had asked to take a picture of the family. Also, Clark, with his terrible French, manages to insult every native Frenchman. Cameo appearances are made by John Astin (playing game show host "Kent Winkdale"), Moon Unit Zappa, Robbie Coltrane, Maureen Lipman, Leslie Phillips, Ballard Berkeley, Eric Idle and a musical appearance by The Power Station ("Some Like It Hot").
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Date Added: 10 January 2011 16:05:26