- Starring: Cuba Gooding Jr.
- Summary: Dads Charlie Hinton and Phil Ryerson are in another kid-harried adventure as they take over running a summer day camp. Armed with no knowledge of the great outdoors, a dilapidated facility, and a motley group of campers, it doesn't take long before things get out of control. Up against threats of foreclosure and declining enrollment, Charlie is forced to call on his estranged father, Col. Buck Hinton, to help bring camp together and teach everyone about teamwork, perseverance and the power of forgiveness. (Sony Pictures)… Expand
- Director: Fred Savage
- Genre(s): Comedy, Family
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IivhhanahhD10I love this movie! Best movie ever!!!! I can't believe critics said it was appalling!! It was so entertaining! I actually cryed at the end because I felt bad for them. I love it! I am going to buy it when it comes out!… Expand
Smitherson5I liked it.. but I didn't like it at all... uh yea I like chicken. Baby farted. and Joe heard it... and smelled it.
JonathanC.3I have to rate this movie in two phases. The first 30 minutes or so is AWFUL! Horrible attempts at jokes, not even funny, like you feel embarrassed for the characters, and awkward sitting in a theater when no one is laughing at anything in what is supposed to be a comedy. The beginning just felt terrible. About halfway through, the movie actually improved, a story line emerged, you could start relating with the emotions of the characters, and the focus seemed to be less on trying to be funny, and more on addressing the family/social issues, and I actually thought they did that quite well. The beginning was so horrible, I could easily give this a zero, easily the worst 30 minutes of a movie I have ever seen. However, parts of the end were pretty good, so I think it deserves a 2 or 3. Had the whole movie been as decent as the later parts, it would probably be a solidly average movie.… Expand
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