Wed, 30 May 2012 09:11:59 GMT | By Melody Oei
What holidays in movies are like

How are you spending your holidays? Are you going on a “Eurotrip” or to “The Cabin in the Woods”?



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Possible outcomes for long holidays - awesome trips to last a life time, extreme case of boredom with negative productivity; that or productive holiday you'll remember for the next, 2 weeks?

Are you just only starting to plan out your summer vacay? Or are you already tired of the long school holiday? Are you already imagining the sun dipping into the sea at the horizons? Or are you leaning more towards a quiet getaway?

Either way, you'll never know how your holiday will turn out and it's not too late to plan. Iris (Drew Berrymore) met her lover in "The Holiday," and Joy (Cameron Diaz) got married on hers in "What Happens in Vegas"!

Here are some holiday movies for inspiration! Which others do you love?

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