This movie was fun and lighthearted. It's a great one for the family, with humour for all ages.
I liked the concept, and they played the comedy very well
Spurred on by their wives' insistence that their children attend summer camp, daycare entrepreneurs Charlie Hinton (Cuba Gooding Jr.) and his friend Phil (Paul Rae) decide to buy their dilapidated alma mater, Camp Driftwood. The men face a near impossible task; not only must they renovate the place, but they face stiff competition from nearby Camp Canola, which is run by Charlie's arch-rival, Lance (Lochlyn Munro). Charlie asks his estranged father for help in restoring Driftwood's former glory.
Roughing it at Summer camp will take on a new twist as Charlie and Paul try to breath life into their former alma mater Camp Driftwood. The competing camp will try to shut them down and humiliate them but their secret weapon will whip the boys in shape and get them prepared for the competition. In the end the boys will learn the value of teamwork and how everyone has an important role to play.
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