successfully masterminding the Daddy Day Care brand name,
Charlie Hinton is looking for his next big challenge - and it
comes when his now seven year old son wants to go to summer
camp. Mom thinks that little Ben should go to the swanky Camp
Canola. But Charlie remembers his days at neighboring Camp
Driftwood with a combination of nostalgia and nausea.
seeing the uptight kiddie resort and meeting old nemesis/Canola
owner Lance Warner, Hinton opts for his old haunt - and finds it
tipping on the brink of foreclosure. Thinking that lightning can
strike twice, Charlie and buddy Phil buy into Driftwood. Soon,
the bank is looking to take it away - unless they can show a
After an inauspicious start, our guys are left high and
dry with only a handful of hopeless dweebs as their customers.
But with his military father's help, and an upcoming camp to
camp Olympiad, Hinton hopes to make this Daddy Day Camp work.
Daddy Day Care relies on an overreliance on the standard "safe"
levels of toilet humor and unfortunately
fails for older audience.
Definitely one for the kids!
"How I Spent My Summer" -
"What I Learned At Camp" interactive