Thelma & Louise (R) (1991) (129 min.): After a tragic incident in a roadside bar makes them accidental outlaws, Thelma and Louis go on the run. With a detective on their trail, a hitchhiker in their path, and a string of crimes in their wake, they find themselves on an empowering, hilarious high-speed thrill-ride across the southwest. This edition includes four documentaries, brand-new interviews, deleted scenes, and an alternate ending.
National Lampoon's vacation (R) (1983) (99 min.): The Griswolds have planned all year for a great summer vacation. From their suburban Chicago home, across America, to the wonders of Wally World fun park in California, every step of the way has been carefully plotted--except a few hundred hysterical exceptions.
Rat race (PG-13) (2001) (112 min.): A Las Vegas casino owner desperate for a new 'event' to wager on invents a human race for cash. The laughs roll from start to finish when a group of crazed contestants compete for $2 million in a no-rules, winner-takes-all race.
It's a mad mad mad mad world (G) (1963) (161 min.): A crazy cast of characters is in a race for lost money.
Cannonball run (PG) (1981) (96 min.): In this Burt Reynolds cult classic, a group of misfits compete in a cross-country car race that not only is illegal, but also involves dubious and desperate methods. Other racers include Jackie Chan, Farrah Fawcett, Peter Fonda, Dean Martin, Roger Moore, and Sammy Davis, Jr.