The best movies set in a theme park, ranked

    Who does not like amusement parks? From Universal to Disney and beyond, they are places full of fun and noise that will likely bring back many summer memories. What’s more fun are the movies that are set in theme parks. It gives you all the fun of a theme park aesthetic, along with all the sights and sounds that come with it, but doesn’t require you to pull out your wallet and buy a ride ticket or an overpriced lemonade. If you’re looking for some summer vibes, or simply just want to travel to an amusement park from the comfort of your couch, check out these six movies.

    6 Jurassic World (2015)

    jurassic world
    Universal Pictures

    the first jurassic world The movie premiered in 2015, starting from jurassic world trilogy, and was the fourth installment in the Jurassic Park general franchise. Set after 22 years Jurassic Park, Jurassic World It takes place on the same island – Isla Nublar – where jurassic world An amusement park full of cloned dinosaurs thrives until one of the dinosaurs escapes and goes on a rampage, causing havoc in the park. While it certainly isn’t as entertaining and impressive as Jurassic Park, Jurassic World It’s still a well-made sci-fi movie, even if it’s predictable at times. It’s still a decent watch, especially for dinosaur fans, but it just doesn’t look as impressive as the Jurassic Parkand lacks much of the original film’s glamor.

    5 Florida Project (2017)

    Upcoming drama for 2017 Florida Project
    A 24

    Florida Project It is a coming-of-age drama that premiered in 2017. The film has a plot of life that focuses on the summer of a six-year-old girl who lives in a motel with her unemployed single mother in Kissimmee, Florida. They — and those around them — struggle to make ends meet, put food on the table, and avoid homelessness, all while Walt Disney World dominates the area. For context, Disney World was called the “Florida Project” in the early days of its development.

    The performances are exceptional, but the real crown jewel of the movie is the plot and the story itself. It focuses on the paradox of the “happiest place on Earth” being just around the corner from people struggling to survive. While tourists and the like pay hundreds of thousands of dollars to take selfies outside the mouse house, the locals are starving and living in budget motels. Florida Project It peels back the curtain, revealing the seedy underbelly of an expensive tourist town and providing a perspective we don’t usually see when it comes to Disney and the communities that live around the parks in general.

    4 Zombieland (2009)

    Columbia Pictures

    At this point, there probably won’t be many people who haven’t seen it Zombie land Until now. It’s unique and funny zombie-centric plot and daring cast of characters made the movie stand out among similar zombie apocalypse films that were especially popular in the 2000s. Starring Jesse Eisenberg, Woody Harrelson, Emma Stone, Abigail Breslin and a special appearance by Bill Murray, Zombie land It follows Eisenberg, Harrelson, Stone and Breslin as they travel across the country to find a zombie-free getaway – which ends up being Pacific Playland, an amusement park in Los Angeles.

    It’s seriously funny, interesting, well-made, and stands the test of time because it’s still laughing years after its 2009 premiere. You’ll be hard-pressed to watch. Zombie land And don’t enjoy it. when first introduced. It was very well received and had a sequel – Zombieland: Double tap – 10 years later, although the original is definitely the best.

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    3 Adventureland (2009)

    Kristen Stewart in Adventureland
    Miramax Movies

    Adventureland It premiered in 2009 and is set in the summer of 1987. It follows a college graduate (Jesse Eisenberg) who has big plans to spend the summer touring Europe and preparing to enter graduate school for his journalism degree. However, some financial issues cause him to change his plans and he ends up getting a summer job at an amusement park in Pennsylvania called Adventureland. At the park, he meets another worker, Emily (Kristen Stewart), and they begin to form a relationship with each other.

    Eisenberg and Stewart have great chemistry in the film, and they’re bolstered by a strong cast including Martin Starr, Kristen Wiig, Bill Hader, and Ryan Reynolds. Adventureland is a sweet summer romance, that doubles as a coming-of-age movie as it navigates the roller coaster of feelings and emotions that come between adolescence and adulthood when you’re simply trying to figure it out. It’s a fun, nostalgic movie that feels poignant and very relatable.

    2 National spelling leave

    Road trip movie 1983
    Warner Bros.

    National spelling leave It is the first movie in National spelling leave Movie series. Starring Chevy Chase, Beverly D’Angelo, Randy Quaid, and John Candy, the film follows the famous Griswold family as they embark on a cross-country trip to Walley World theme park. in the standard National spelling Fashionable, there are plenty of shenanigans and shenanigans along the way, making their trip to the park a silly one to remember.

    It’s a very hilarious and timeless comedy and four more movies followed, including the cult classic National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation. As far as the road trip movies are concerned, they are very funny and become even more entertaining when you finally get to the park only to find it closed for repairs. If you’ve ever been on a long-haul family trip, you’ll definitely find some elements of this movie that might be reminiscent of your own trip experiences and that make the movie funnier.

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    1 The Way, The Way Back (2013)

    The way back
    Sycamore Pictures

    This upcoming drama premiered in 2013 and is about an introverted teenager (Liam James) who goes on a summer vacation to Cape Cod with his mother (Toni Collette), her rich, overbearing boyfriend (Steve Carell), and his daughter. Duncan (James) is having a hard time, but then meets Owen (Sam Rockwell), manager of the Water Wizz water park, who takes Duncan under his wing and they form a connection and become fast friends.

    The way back It seems like such a simple movie, you might not think it’s worth watching or can convey something profound, but it sure is. It’s thoughtful and likable and is a good balance of “feel good” moments and sadder, more dramatic themes that can definitely hit a home run if you let it. On the surface, it’s just a movie about a summer spent at a water park, but surprisingly, it’s much deeper than that.

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