Daddy Day Camp (2007) - Comedy, Family

Hohum Score

34

Bearable

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.

IMDB: 3.1
Director: Fred Savage
Stars: Cuba Gooding Jr., Lochlyn Munro
Length: 93 Minutes
PG Rating: PG
Reviews: 11 out of 45 found boring (24.44%)

One-line Reviews (28)

The story is very predictable with one too many clichéd and unfunny situations, while the script is weak.

This is a boring, by the numbers film designed purely to cash in on the nostalgia of American parents for something they did when they were young.

So, the ending is the predictable competition between the 2 camps and the other camp cheats to win some of the games.

The acting is nothing special, Cuba Gooding Jnr tries hard to make something out of his character and replacing Eddie Murphy, but instead comes across as bland and annoying.

Bottom line is that this is a movie that is safe for all families to sit and watch on family movie night, it might not win any Oscars, but it's enjoyable enough.

Light and enjoyable.

boringly predictable too is the attempts by cuba to restore the camp to working order & the mishaps that follow on subsequent visits by kids...

Waste O' Time .

The first film, despite not being a marvel of the seventh art, still managed to convince the viewer and make him spend a very entertaining time with a story that incited simple humor on the part of the youth under ten years.

how old is it, it says it wants to watch nudie movies at home, overall big waste of time, its 90 minutes you're better off watching be kind rewind

That film is much more interesting and complex than this simplistic bore-fest that cannot even credit a single laugh to its name.

Hard and boring to watch .

I doubt I'll watch it again, but I enjoyed it.

Well, by this point, I've done over 8000 reviews and I've gotten bored.

In Daddy Day Camp, just like with the first film, it is pretty much lame gag after lame gag, watching flashy boring moments thrown onto the screen in the hopes that something will stick and not come off as completely and totally immature.

I was right, the movie was boring and not much funny at all, the first thing was that Eddie Murphy was missing, he did an great job in the first part and gave a lot to the humorous part of the movie.

The people who cast this predictable shame of a movie should have learned a lesson from the talents of the kids in the feature film adaption of How to Eat Fried Worms.

I agree with the critics that it is horrible to see a once Oscar winning actor wasting his time with stupid films like this, it is not funny, it is predictable, it is irritating, and I don't think anyone older than three years old will like it, a really awful family comedy.

one by one, the puzzle shows to be boring, predictable and plain humor.

Predictable and lacking reality.

It is really obvious from the get-go that very little effort was put into this boring sequel.

There are also, of course, those same old gross-out gags that you find in any boring family comedy.

Most Pointless Sequel Ever.

Overall, the film isn't quite as bad as you might think, though it's all formulaic and predictable and has every cliché this sort of film could possibly have.

too many clichés to the point of being utterly predictable...

A boring, fun-made family movie that just targets towards kids for their innovative crude and immature humor.

the result is an atrocious, pretentious, annoying, embarrassing waste...

The idea was also a bit boring and one-sided.