Daddy Day Camp
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Daddy Day Camp
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Why is Daddy Day Camp rated PG? Daddy Day Camp is rated PG by the MPAA for mild bodily humor and language.
Although Charlie and Phil seemed to have things under control by the end of Daddy Day Care, their new preschoolers are running amok, urinating on houseplants, destroying cakes and generally misbehaving. Still the two men think they are also capable of running a day camp for older children—campers who prove to be equally rowdy. Tying up their counselor, breaking into the snack shack, shooting arrows at an adult and having a food fight are just the first of their activities. They are also into name-calling, groin injuries, toilet jokes and throwing urine-filled balloons. Unfortunately the adults don’t behave much better. Cheating, demeaning comments and humiliation are all part of their interactions with others. A methane explosion in the outhouse leaves one man standing in his underwear and a bus crash is played for laughs. The script also contains scatological slang, vulgar expressions and brief profanities.
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Cast and Crew
Daddy Day Camp is directed by and stars Cuba Gooding Jr., Paul Rae.
The most recent home video release of Daddy Day Camp movie is January 29, 2008. Here are some details…
Pack the crew off to Daddy Day Camp with this DVD release, and you will take along a making-of featurette (How I Spent My Summer Vacation) and an interactive quiz (What I Learned At Camp). Audio tracks are available in Dolby Digital 5.1 (English, French and Spanish), with subtitles in English.
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Eddie Murphy and Jeff Garlin play unemployed fathers who open a babysitting service in the original Daddy Day Care. Two identical girls meet at summer camp and discover they are twins in the 1961 film, The Parent Trap. A young Lindsay Lohan stars in the film’s 1998 remake.