Mother Teresa (Juliet Stevenson) of Calcutta, M.C joined the Sisters of Loreto in 1928 at Rathfarnham, Ireland that is where she became a religious sister and missionary as a Roman Catholic. It was later on that Teresa wanted to help the sick by praying for them to make them feel comfortable and teaching the schoolchildren in India where she lived most of her life so she can fulfill her charitable work. In 1979 when Mother Teresa won a Nobel Prize she wrote all these letters from a 50 year period and than saying to her spiritual leader Father Celeste van Exem (Max Van Sydow and Aapo Pukk) tear those letters because she didn’t wanted to be known as a Messiah like Jesus was (That was at the end of the movie where that was the right thing to do).
When a nice old man believes he is something special and determined to be Santa Claus other people around him believe he should be institutionalized as insane, and a young lawyer decides to defend him by arguing in a court of law that he is the real thing.
Want to go to Wally World well this hilarious family known as the Griswold’s go cross-country and proves to be more adventurous than they thought. (It’s going to be a bumpy ride). When Clark Griswold (Chevy Chase) is on a mission he is determined to take his wife Ellen Griswold (Beverly D’Angelo) and their children Rusty Griswold (Anthony Michael Hall) Audrey Griswold (Dana Barron) on a trip they won’t forget. Oh wait there is Aunt Edna (Imogene Coca) who they almost forgot to take her on the trip. This first stop prior to Wally World is going to Cousin Eddie (Randy Quaid) house. While the family is resting in their station wagon there is The Girl in the Ferrari (Christine Brinkley).