DINNER AND A MOVIE:
National Lampoon's Vacation
July 16, 2021
Rain Date: July 21
The Whitechapel Projects
15 2nd Ave, Long Branch
Dinner: 7:00 pm
Film: 8:00 pm
Comedy | Rated R | 98 min. | Directed by Harold Ramis
Chevy Chase mans the wheel and convinces his all-American family that the way to really enjoy their holiday is to hit the road west for Wally World. And so the Griswolds take us in their station wagon on the ultimate comic cross-country trip full of laughs, landmarks, falling asleep at the wheel, and just how to deal with annoying Aunt Edna's untimely fate in the middle of the "perfect" vacation. Featuring the hysterically zany cast of John Candy, Eugene Levy, Anthony Michael Hall, Brian Doyle-Murray, Randy Quaid, and Christie Brinkley.
Made possible by Sony Pictures Classics and Bow Tie Cinemas
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