Daddy Day Camp

Daddy Day Camp

Seeking to offer his son the satisfying summer camp experience that eluded him as a child, the operator of a neighborhood daycare center opens his own camp, only to face financial hardship and stiff competition from a rival camp.

Charlie and Phil take their kids to Camp Driftwood, a camp they attended as kids. 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. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Kevin P (jp) wrote: Laid In America kan die speciale categorie gestopt worden van komedies waar improvisatie zo ver gegaan is, dat het werkelijk elke frame van de film overneemt. Deze film kijken is dan ook op eigen risico !

Alex r (it) wrote: Must see documentary about the making of the iconic zombie classic, Night of the Living Dead. The film examines how the film was made, and how it became famous. Featuring interviews with those involved in the making of the film. As a fan of the classic film, I can say that I would recommend seeing this documentary if you want to know more about how this legendary horror film. I found that the interviews were very well done, and in depth, the only weak point of the film is that it's a bit too short. I think that the filmmakers should have interviewed fans of the film, and should have focused on its legacy a bit more, which of course they did talk about it, but they focused so little that it didn't seem too important. Nonetheless aside from that, it's great to see how Romero's classic spawned a new type of genre in the horror game. Fans should definitely watch this film, and it's one of the best documentaries in the horror genre. Aside from a few weak moments, in terms of its subject, this is really entertaining from start to finish, and it joins the ranks of other documentaries, like Never Sleep Again, His Name Was Jason, Crystal Lake Memories and Not Quite Hollywood that are quite entertaining and worth seeing for genre fans. Night of the Living Dead spawned the era of the modern zombie movie, and pushed the boundaries of terror into new and exciting territory. Informative, thrilling and exciting, despite a few shortcomings, Birth of the Living Dead is a very well crafted documentary that shouldn't be passed up if you enjoy George A. Romero's work.

Rhady N (us) wrote: A heart-stopping rendition to love - simple, precise, priceless.

Jamin E (ag) wrote: Kevin Smith and Stan Lee??? That's a bomb! I truely wanna see this!!! Gogo Marvel and all related with Stan ^^

Jim A (ca) wrote: With a huge downgrade in animation and writing this won't satisfy most fans of the original. As a TV show pilot it sets up the shows plot but the villains have extremely annoy unfunny voices not funny annoying like Stitch just annoying making it mostly unwatchable for anyone over the age of 7

Claire T (nl) wrote: it was an ok movie, it's watchable but I don't think I'll watch it again though, it was an ok movie, it was directed by John Pasquin, it was an ok film but I don't want it on DVD, I expected better

CM K (gb) wrote: Tries too hard to be artsy and weird

Andrew M (kr) wrote: A Clockwork Orange vs American History X starring Russell Crowe and Fernando Torres

James C (ru) wrote: Having seen Johnny Depp's take on the infamous Hunter S. Thompson it's actually interesting to go back and see Bill Murray performing so similarly (although they did both have the living man to base their performance off). Not sure why this seems to have been universally panned but it is a long way away from a consistently entertaining comedy.

Michael T (jp) wrote: MGM takes a standard wartime musical convention (putting on a show for the soldiers) and adds its customary dollop of gloss; June Allyson sings "Young Man with a Horn" with Harry James & His Orchestra, Lena Horne croons "Paper Doll" and Gracie Allen performs "Concerto for One Finger." Very entertaining.

Eddie D (gb) wrote: My favorite Bill Lustig film...YES, even more than MANIAC (which I still have yet to fully embrace).