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Top 9 Movies with RVs!

November 04, 2015 By 0 Comments


Who doesn’t love hanging out with friends and family, relaxing and watching a good flick? We sure do! The icing on the cake – or should we say the butter on the popcorn – is when we see movies starring our favorite vehicles: RVS! We rounded up our top 8 picks for the best movies that feature RVS!

 

Lost in America (1985)

Starring Albert Brooks and Julie Hagerty, this hilarious comedy follows a husband and wife duo quit their jobs and set out to travel cross-country in a Winnebago (image source IMDB)

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0089504/

 

National Lampoons Christmas Vacation (1989)

This is a holiday classic! Who could forget Uncle Eddie (Randy Quaid) and family rolling up to the Griswold’s house in their run-down motorhome? If you are a really big fan of this one, you can actually see the exact RV from the movie in person! It’s on display at Castle Noel, a year-round Christmas Movie museum in Medina, Ohio! (image source IMDB)

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0097958/

 

Long Long Trailer (1953)

Newlyweds Nicky (Desi Arnaz) and Tacy (Lucille Ball) decide to purchase a brand new 36-foot travel trailer and turn their honeymoon into a road-trip. This 1950’s rom-com is definitely one to watch (image source IMDB)

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0047191/

 

RV (2006)

Bob Munro, played by the late Robin Williams, takes his family on a hilarious road trip to Colorado in their rented Forest River Georgetown 359 TS motorhome (image source IMDB)

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0449089/

http://www.sonypictures.com/movies/rv/

 

We’re the Millers (2013)

In this comedy, Jason Sudeikis is a drug dealer that has to make a run to Mexico to pick up a new supply of marijuana. As a cover up, Sudeikis brings along a phony family to make it look like they are taking a vacation in their Coachmen Encounter Class A motorhome (image source IMDB)

http://www.warnerbros.com/were-millers

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1723121/

 

Spaceballs (1987)

If you like Mel Brooks movies, you’ll love this hilarious parody film that features a Winnebago. The motorhome serves as “Eagle 5”, the infamous Spaceship RV – get ready to for “ludicrous speed!” (image source IMDB)

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0094012/

 

The Incredibles (2004)

This is a movie that can be enjoyed by the entire family! In this animated adventure, the Incredibles family is not your ordinary family – they are actually all superheroes that at one point in the film, while trying to save the world from evil, take a wild ride through the city in sleek looking motorhome (image source IMDB)

http://movies.disney.com/the-incredibles

 

Stripes (1981)

After a few misfortunes, two friends (played by Bill Murray and Harold Ramis) decide to join the Army “for fun”. This hilarious comedy features the EM-50 Urban Assault Vehicle, which is a top-secret RV in the U.S. Army. The UAV is based on a GMC Palm Beach motorhome (image source IMDB)

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0083131/

 

The Blues Brothers (1980)

Starring John Belushi and Dan Akroyd, this funny film is sure to keep the family entertained! And although the RV in the fil is referred to as a “Winnebago”, when it is in fact a Fleetwood Southwind, it still makes our list of best movies with RVs! (image source IMDB)

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0080455/

 

What is your favorite movie featuring RVs? Comment below and let us know!


Posted: November 4, 2015

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