Don't forget to visit the Dam gift shop...,
This review is from: Vegas Vacation [Blu-ray]  [US Import] (Blu-ray)
Its the same kind of plot as all the others, Clark decides to take the family to Vegas, and all starts of shenanigans start.
Clark starts to lose all the money, Ellen gets chased by Wayne Newton, Rusty becomes a Player, and Audrey becomes a dancer.
Cousin Eddie is along for the ride, and so are bad jokes and bad blue screen.....
Even though its the poorest one from the franchise, its still likable, thanks to the chemistry between Chase and D'angelo. They just come off so natural that you really don't care if the jokes are rehashed, and Eddie is just in it to stop lethargy setting in.
Its predictable, Clark is the only one who gets over his head, while the other three would probably have the time of their lives if they were just left alone.
The script isn't the best, and the Dam tour takes you away front he fundamental elements of the story, but or a final Vacation movie, its not to bad, Chase is always a likable screen presence, and there are far worse ways to spend ninety minutes.
Dumb silly fun, that you will forget about the minute you turn the TV off.