Daddy Day Camp
- 1 hr 33 min
Charlie Hinton (Cuba Gooding Jr.) and Phil Ryerson (Paul Rae) own a thriving day care facility. Summer is just around the corner and the prospect of taking their sons to summer camp enters into the picture. Charlie resists at first, but Phil talks him into buying a summer camp. Camp Driftwood is facing foreclosure and has fallen into complete disrepair over the years, but Phil can see its potential. Charlie is dismayed at the sight, but he realizes that with a little work, the camp can be successful again. He tries to remain optimistic until he meets the campers. A bunch of misfits make up the motley group. Charlie’s old rival Lance runs the neighboring camp Camp Canola. He and Lance have been at odds since they were kids. Lance has always loved to humiliate Charlie. Now Lance and his campers are out to torment the campers at Camp Driftwood. Lance still continues to taunt Charlie and try at every turn to cause trouble. He proposes that the camps have an Olympiad competition for bragging rights. Unfortunately for Charlie and Phil they are saddled with a bunch of unruly kids who have trouble following orders. Although Charlie doesn’t want to, he calls his estranged father for help. Buck is an old military man and doesn’t always agree with Charlie. Buck treats the kids as if they were in boot camp. The kids rebel against Buck at times but he doesn’t give up. Buck is at his wits end but he teaches them about the outdoors, responsibility and how to become a well oiled machine. Crazy antics ensue as the two camps proceed to taunt each other. The kids become a real part of Camp Driftwood and outrageous antics ensue as they fight for their camp. The under-dogs become the alpha dogs in this hilarious romp. Fathers and sons come together to save their beloved camp.