Hoping to bring his family closer together and to recreate his childhood vacation for his own kids, a grown up Rusty Griswold takes his wife and their two sons on a cross-country road trip to the coolest theme park in America, Walley World. Needless to say, things don’t go quite as planned.

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Film Cast:

  • Rusty Griswold: Ed Helms
  • Debbie Griswold: Christina Applegate
  • James Griswold: Skyler Gisondo
  • Clark Griswold: Chevy Chase
  • Chad: Charlie Day
  • Man on the Monument: Miles Doleac
  • Stone Crandall: Chris Hemsworth
  • Audrey Griswold: Leslie Mann
  • Kevin Griswold: Steele Stebbins
  • Ellen Griswold: Beverly D’Angelo
  • Adena: Catherine Missal
  • Ethan: Ron Livingston
  • Trucker: Norman Reedus
  • Heather: Elizabeth Gillies
  • Jack Peterson: Keegan-Michael Key
  • Nancy Peterson: Regina Hall
  • Chelsea: Nadine Avola
  • Gas Station Clerk: Brandon Michael Hale
  • Colorado Cop: Nick Kroll
  • Utah Cop: Tim Heidecker
  • Arizona Cop: Kaitlin Olson
  • New Mexico Cop: Michael Peña
  • Jake: Colin Hanks
  • Sheila Peterson: Emyri Crutchfield
  • Gary Peterson: Alkoya Brunson
  • Ferrari Girl: Hannah Davis
  • Harry Co-Pilot: David Clennon
  • Mom on Plane: Kirstin Ford
  • Boy on Plane: Ethan Maher
  • Brooke: Cristina Squyres
  • Terry: Ryan Cartwright
  • Shuttle Driver: Valerie Payton
  • Husky Lady at Monument: O’Clair Alexander
  • Women at Monument: Holly Gardner
  • Furious Husband: R.F. Daley
  • Furious Wife: Elizabeth Fendrick
  • Male Guest: Michael H. Cole
  • Female Guest: Brooke Jaye Taylor
  • Male Guest #2: Matthew Cornwell
  • Ride Operator: John Francis Daley
  • Boobs: Libby Blake
  • Hawaiian: Rick Ericson
  • Reporter: Omar Lagudali
  • Young James (age 7 / 9): Cameron McIntyre
  • Hot Tub Guy: Jonathan M. Goldstein

Film Crew:

  • Producer: Chris Bender
  • Casting: Lisa Beach
  • Casting: Sarah Katzman
  • Original Music Composer: Mark Mothersbaugh
  • Executive Producer: Marc S. Fischer
  • Supervising Sound Editor: Elmo Weber
  • Characters: John Hughes
  • Production Design: Barry Robison
  • Executive Producer: Toby Emmerich
  • Music Supervisor: Dave Jordan
  • Executive Producer: Jeff Kleeman
  • Costume Design: Debra McGuire
  • Producer: David Dobkin
  • Writer: John Francis Daley
  • Director of Photography: Barry Peterson
  • Executive Producer: Richard Brener
  • Makeup Department Head: Kimberly Jones
  • Helicopter Camera: Michael Kelem
  • Executive Producer: Dave Neustadter
  • Hair Department Head: Shunika Terry
  • Art Direction: Jeremy Woolsey
  • Writer: Jonathan M. Goldstein
  • Sound Re-Recording Mixer: Gregg Landaker
  • Art Department Coordinator: Stacie McKinnon
  • Property Master: Michael Sabo
  • Sound Re-Recording Mixer: Brad Sherman
  • Dialogue Editor: Ulrika Akander
  • Dialogue Editor: Russell Farmarco
  • Dialogue Editor: Cameron Steenhagen
  • Script Supervisor: Lori Grabowski
  • Executive Producer: Steven Mnuchin
  • Editor: Jamie Gross
  • Special Effects Coordinator: Dean Tyrrell
  • Set Costumer: Les Morgan
  • Executive Producer: Samuel J. Brown
  • Music Supervisor: Jojo Villanueva
  • Construction Coordinator: Victor Anderson
  • Special Effects Supervisor: Russell Tyrrell
  • Set Costumer: Toni Cunningham
  • Key Hair Stylist: Lawrence Davis
  • Makeup Artist: Mary Castor
  • Supervising ADR Editor: Tammy Fearing
  • Sound Mixer: Mary H. Ellis

Movie Reviews:

  • Reno: **When the family vacation turns into a nightmare!**

    Having not seen any previous films in this series, I had nothing to compare with it and to blame for. Though I have seen many similar films, but it was not as bad as they say. In this kind of theme, the basic storyline always remains same, the remaining parts like the characters, locations and the diversions in the story developments are the key. I think they did that decently, the two new directors who also penned the screenplay.

    Well, this is the story of the Griswold family of a couple and their two teen sons. After realising his family is spiritless with the normal life, the husband surprises his wife and the children to go a vacation. The trip is supposed to have fun, but they find hard to come along in a single mood as a family. Meanwhile, their journey begins to face many hurdles, though they are not giving up. So how memorable their adventure becomes is what unfolds in the remaining section.

    The cast was good. Both, Ed Helms and Chritina Applegate was impressive, though the film is not laudable. Not all the jokes, but some of them were really cool and most of them were adult stuffs. Yep, this is an R rating film, not a family film, despite the impression you get from its posters. So for the grown ups, this is not a bad film to give a try. I can’t suggest or reject on the merit of its previous installments, because I’ve already given the reason. People like me can definitely have a good time with it.


  • Thomaxz: As one theres has seeing the originals, I have feared it was a complete rip-off, but yes there is many smilarities, but they have actual succefull made a movie with so much fun and new spins.
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