Once again, Clark Griswold is set up to be a complete idiot rather than an average guy failing at things that should be easy enough, which is the crux of the better Vacation films. Their relatability. That's where most of the comedy comes from. But again, a family trip to Vegas isn't all that relatable to most folks. I'm sad to say it is to me, my parents having took us 3 boys back in 95, when I was 16…
Wow. I have so many thoughts on this. I'll do my best to keep it short.
First, I appreciate The Shining as a film in its own right but not as an adaptation of King's novel. I have not yet read Doctor Sleep because some shit heel stole my copy from my bookshelves somehow at some point and I have not as of yet picked up another copy. So I had to watch this with an open mind as both…
A phenomenal cast that looks they were just as entertained to play these characters as it is for the audience to watch them. A lot of fun with some off the usual rhythm beats that murder mysteries so often take. I really look forward to watching this again. I wonder if it might be bumped down to three stars or upgraded to five star status once I can relax while watching it and not hang on every word as my mind tried to get ahead of the movie.