Daddy Day Camp is the sort-of sequel to Daddy Day Care, a 2003 hit starring Eddie Murphy and Jeff Garlin as two stay-at-home fathers who open a day care in their house. This time out the expensive talent has been replaced by second stringers Cuba Gooding Jr. and generic heavy-set guy Paul Rae as the two dads who try and expand their business to include a run-down day camp where they want to teach kids the importance of co-operation and sportsmanship, among other things.
I’m not going to review this movie, but instead give you a list of things that are more enjoyable than sitting through Daddy Day Camp.
Here we go:
1. Cutting an apple in half and watching it turn brown.
2. Watching colonoscopy videos.
3. Poking sharp sticks in your eyes.
4. Eating bugs.
5. Latrine duty.
In closing I’ll add that the best thing that can be said about Daddy Day Camp is: At least it ain’t Rush Hour 3.