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Can’t decide where to go on your next vacation? Look to Hollywood films for major inspiration. The movies on this list will feed anyone’s wanderlust and encourage you to book a flight to New Orleans — or maybe somewhere as far away as Tokyo.
These movies will make you want to travel. That’s why we’ve also included recommended things to do and places to eat — so it’s easier for you to imagine the adventure and envision the amazing possibilities.
Girls Trip follows four best friends who reunite and travel to New Orleans for the real-life Essence Music Festival. Their wild and hilarious adventure is full of dancing, drinking, romancing and even brawling. With so many beautiful shots of the Big Easy, it’s hard to resist catching the travel bug and booking a flight immediately with your crew.
Things To Do: The 2017 film featured the girls grooving down Bourbon Street, sipping hurricanes and zip-lining above tourists. If you’re looking to party, there are bars, live music venues and popular restaurants everywhere you turn in the French Quarter. A few famous bars include the Carousel Bar & Lounge and Erin Rose.
Want to escape the party culture? For a more laid-back experience, you can wander around the beautiful Jackson Square and gaze at the iconic St. Louis Cathedral. If you’re interested in the supernatural, take a haunting tour of the LaLaurie Mansion, the former residence of Madame Delphine LaLaurie , and the current home of tortured spirits.
Where to Eat: A trip to New Orleans wouldn’t be complete without trying a beignet (a delicious fried pastry covered in powdered sugar). The hottest spots for beignets are Café du Monde and the aptly named Café Beignet.
Based on the book Wild: From Lost to Found on the Pacific Crest Trail , this film is about a divorced and lost woman who embarks on a solo hiking trip for self-discovery. After watching her trek 1,100 miles along America’s West Coast, you’ll want to pack your bags and spend more time in nature.
Things to Do: If you’re planning to walk the entire Pacific Crest Trail (PCT), make sure you’re prepared for a six- to eight-month trip. The 2014 film takes you across the stunning Mojave Desert, Mount Hood, Mount Hood National Forest, Crater Lake, the Bridge of the Gods and Smith Rock State Park.
Where to Eat: If you want more than just trail food, there are some great restaurants along the PCT. According to The Trek and The Hiking Life , Alabama Hills Cafe, Stehekin Pastry Company and Timberline Lodge are a few popular places on the journey.
The Hangover follows four friends who travel to Las Vegas for a bachelor party. The next morning, they wake up with no memory of the previous night — and the groom missing. Their hilarious journey is filled with crazy parties, dazzling hotels, luxurious casinos and (of course) booze.
Things to Do: Released in 2009, The Hangover was mostly filmed at Caesars Palace, one of the most beautiful and legendary properties on the Las Vegas strip. Located between the Bellagio and the Mirage, the palace brings Greco-Roman fantasy to life. You can spend hours admiring the exquisite architecture and browsing through high-end boutiques.
Where to Eat: There are so many great restaurants in Las Vegas, including Lotus of Siam, Gordon Ramsay Hell’s Kitchen and Mon Ami Gabi. If you’ve worked up an appetite and want to feast inside of Caesars Palace, many visitors highly recommend the Bacchanal Buffet.
Crazy Rich Asians
Crazy Rich Asians gave the world a taste of the luxurious life in Singapore. The film follows a Chinese-American professor who finds out her boyfriend is basically the “Prince Harry of Asia” because he’s from one of the wealthiest families in Singapore.
Flashing the big screen with massive mansions, fancy cars and dazzling hotels, we can see why people had their hearts set on Singapore after watching the film. Following Crazy Rich Asians’ premiere, many travel sites saw a jump in searches for Singapore compared to the same period the year before. According to Kayak, searches for the country soared 41% .
Things to Do: The 2018 film flaunted many of Singapore’s breathtaking places, like Merlion Park, where the remarkable Merlion (half-lion and half-fish) statue sits and the Marina Bay Sands hotel stands. Marina Bay Sands is among the most Instagrammed hotels in the world. With a rooftop infinity pool and a jaw-dropping view of the Singapore skyline, it’s no surprise that the hotel is extremely popular. Other notable sites from the film include CHIJMES Hall and Gardens by the Bay.
Where to Eat: Looking for an exciting food scene? Many locals and tourists head to Newton Food Centre, a famous outdoor night market, for cheap, delicious food like barbecued seafood and black pepper crab.
Lost in Translation
Released in 2003, Lost in Translation focused on two lonely Americans (Bob and Charlotte) who formed an odd yet heartwarming relationship in Tokyo. Moviegoers couldn’t help but fall in love with the captivating and vibrant city in the film’s backdrop. Most of the film was shot in two incredible districts in Tokyo: Shinjuku and Shibuya.
Things to Do: The film fuels people’s desire to visit Tokyo and admire many places, like Shinjuku’s swanky Park Hyatt Tokyo hotel where Bob and Charlotte stayed. On the hotel’s 52nd floor, the New York Bar offers premium whiskeys and stunning views of the sparkling city.
Lost in Translation frequently featured the neon-filled streets and bars of Shinjuku’s entertainment hub Kabukicho. Want to sing your heart out? The film’s karaoke scene was captured at Shibuya’s Karaoke-kan.
Where to Eat: Located in Shibuya, Ichikan was the little restaurant where Bob and Charlotte munched on sushi. If you’d prefer to eat somewhere else, Japan Wireless magazine names Genki Sushi and Sushi No Midori as the top sushi restaurants in Shibuya.
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Solar is a beautiful, environmentally friendly, and cost-effective source of energy, but fossil fuel monopolies, with the help of Koch Brothers funded groups and their government allies, are... Read all Solar is a beautiful, environmentally friendly, and cost-effective source of energy, but fossil fuel monopolies, with the help of Koch Brothers funded groups and their government allies, are stifling the growth of renewables to protect their own wealth and control. Jonathan Scott... Read all Solar is a beautiful, environmentally friendly, and cost-effective source of energy, but fossil fuel monopolies, with the help of Koch Brothers funded groups and their government allies, are stifling the growth of renewables to protect their own wealth and control. Jonathan Scott, the famed HGTV "Property Brothers" personality, is on a mission to dismantle this system... Read all
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Energy freedom for everyone is at our fingertips. But why does it still seem so far away? Because there are some very powerful people preventing us from attaining it. In Power Trip, filmmaker Jonathan Scott (HGTV’s Property Brothers ) travels the United States confronting those at the root of the issue and meets the everyday citizens fighting against a deeply entrenched, powerful system that’s waging war against the solar industry—and against the rights of the people who want to choose how they power their lives. Jonathan Scott’s Power Trip will infuriate, enrage, and compel you to take action to make solar energy a global reality. Catch up on developments in sustainable energy efforts around the country that followed the conclusion of filming Jonathan Scott's Power Trip in 2019.
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Solar is a bountiful, environmentally friendly, and cost-effective source of energy, but fossil fuel monopolies, with the help of their government allies and groups funded by the Koch brothers, are stifling the growth of renewables to protect their own wealth and control. Jonathan Scott, the famed HGTV "Property Brothers" personality, is on a mission to dismantle this system. JONATHAN SCOTT'S POWER TRIP is an exploration into the production of energy, something taken for granted but crucial to everyday living, and takes us across the USA to learn the obstacles and opportunities for achieving energy freedom.
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Solar energy evangelist and “Property Brother” Jonathan Scott journeys across the U.S. to uncover why clean, renewable energy isn’t available to all.
Jonathan Scott is an executive producer with Scott Brothers Entertainment (SBE), an award-winning production company based in Toronto, Canada that he founded with his twin brother, Drew. Jonathan and Drew host multiple top-rated HGTV series, including the Emmy-nominated Property Brothers and Brother vs. Brother, which air in more than 160 … Show more countries. Jonathan is also a best-selling author, Billboard-charting recording artist, and social media influencer, with millions of followers across his digital platforms. With offices in the U.S. and Canada, Scott Brothers Entertainment is a multifaceted production company that strives to develop cutting-edge entertainment for TV, film, and OTT platforms. SBE is the proud recipient of the 2019 Banff World Media Festival award for Most Innovative Company. Jonathan and Drew have written three New York Times best-sellers: Builder Brothers: Big Plans (2018), It Takes Two: Our Story (2017), and Dream Home: The Property Brothers’ Ultimate Guide to Finding & Fixing Your Perfect House (2016). In 2017, Jonathan was named Habitat Humanitarian, the highest recognition offered by Habitat for Humanity. Jonathan is also a longtime advocate of environmental responsibility and the advancement of clean, renewable energy. In 2019, he co-wrote and published the e-book Knowledge is Power with Vice President Al Gore and his NGO, Climate Reality, about the power and impact of solar energy on our lives and economy . For more information about Jonathan Scott, visit TheScottBrothers.com or follow @MrSilverScott on social. Show less
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The key to environmentally friendly, cost-effective energy freedom is literally shining down upon us. In sun-soaked Las Vegas, Jonathan Scott harnesses that power by installing solar panels on his own home. But when Nevada’s Public Utility Commission takes every possible opportunity to suppress that type of competition, Jonathan realizes the barriers to energy independence are powerful, insidious, and by no means unique to his hometown. His stymied attempt at efficiency sparks equal parts fury and curiosity. Becoming an energy choice activist, Jonathan sets out to explore layers of innovation-stifling manipulation perpetrated by energy industries throughout the United States. On his journey to learn both the obstacles and opportunities for achieving energy freedom, Jonathan talks with conservatives fighting for solar freedom; he sits down with farmers struggling to make ends meet; engages coal workers desperate for a new, healthy means of making an income; religious leaders who made a desperate attempt to help meet their community’s energy needs; and politicians at the forefront of the battle for energy freedom. Jonathan Scott’s Power Trip asks and uncovers the answer to the question, “Why don’t more Americans have the choice to go solar?”
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Fans of the Property Brothers know Drew and Jonathan Scott as home renovation experts who create dream homes for families and people who've had an impact on celebrities . But filming entertaining TV is not the only thing they're passionate about. Along with their home improvement shows, they've also taken on a bunch of other creative ventures, including a lifestyle magazine, a home line, and children's books . Recently, Jonathan added another role his extensive resume: He released first-ever documentary late last year.
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In mid-November, Jonathan Scott’s Power Trip, which is about the fight for clean energy, premiered on PBS and was available to stream at virtual screenings. Well, if you haven't had a chance to catch the documentary, we've got good news. It's now available to download on iTunes and Apple TV . You can also get it on DVD and Blu-ray . Plus, you can stream it on Amazon Prime Video .
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Back in October, Jonathan took to Instagram to announce his documentary and share a preview . "This is a story about corruption that I fell into, but quickly learned that it needs to be told," Jonathan writes in the caption of the post. "I invested three years of my life to help people understand where our energy comes from, why it matters, and who is trying to take away your rights. My hope is it helps us come together and work for a better energy future for all."
The documentary follows Jonathan as he travels across the country to find out why renewable energy isn't available to everyone. On his journey to learn about the barriers and opportunities to providing clean energy, he meets with farmers, coal workers, and the members of the Navajo Nation who built a solar plant. He also talks with religious leaders "who made a desperate attempt to help meet their community’s energy needs," the documentary description reads. Plus, he sits down with the politicians involved in the fight for clean energy.
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