The Great Outdoors

November 18, 2013 - Comment
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Glynn Clapsaddle "" says:

Downright hilarious! I love this movie, John Candy at his best with Dan Akroyd playing the uptight rich guy that we all love to hate. These two characters clash throughout the movie, displaying a great chemistry between the two actors. Watching this movie makes me sad that Candy is no longer with us, as he was just fun to watch.The reason that I give this 4 stars is that I could not stand the forced summer teen romance that was a part of the formula for most movies in the 80’s. They could have cut those bits out altogeher and it would have been better.The physical comedy between John Candy and an eleven foot grizzly make this a classic and a must-have.

Sheila Chilcote-Collins "Sheila Renee Chilcot... says:

“Ya Know What Hotdogs Are Made Out Of Dont’cha, Chet?” John Candy as the big hearted family man, Chet Ripley and his sweet wife Connie played by Stephanie Faracy venture to Winconsin’s big woods on the lake with their two boys for their yearly nice, relaxing, family vacation. Things are going well for the Ripley’s until…Chet’s obnoxious, wheeler dealer, snake of a brother-in-law, Roman Craig, played by Dan Aykroyd and his snooty and icy wife Kate, played by Annette Bening (in her screen debut) show up quite unannounced to spend some family time with the Ripleys. Also in tow are Roman and Kate’s two red headed creepy twin daughters Kara and Mara. These twin girls have nothing on the twin girls from the movie, “The Shining” except these creepy little girls are ALIVE!However the Craig Family appearance at the Ripley cabin door is QUITE uninvited! That makes no nevermind to Roman, who spoils most of the family fun that Chet has planned for him and his sons.When Chet is grilling hamburgers and hotdogs…

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