Kids' comedy with all the clichés. Six boys (hero, pudgy, dumb, romeo, etc), reluctantly sent to summer camp, are grouped together in a ramshackle hut, and instantly identified as losers ... See full summary »

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Milt
Sean Babb ...
Boner
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Frank
Jonathan Hilario ...
Griff
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Tiffany
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Beckerwood (as Andrew Harrison Leeds)
Olumiji Olawumi ...
Rodman (as Olumiji Aina Olawumi)
Graham Sack ...
Andy
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Royce
Jimmy Zepeda ...
Cruz
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Barry
Jake Grace ...
Swackback (as Jake Beecham)
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Cora
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Mrs. Lipman
Patrick O'Neill ...
Hertz
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Kids' comedy with all the clichés. Six boys (hero, pudgy, dumb, romeo, etc), reluctantly sent to summer camp, are grouped together in a ramshackle hut, and instantly identified as losers and outcasts by the overconfident camp bullies, who target gorgeous Tiffany (Jakub) as their Lothario's girlfriend. They set out to make everyone's life miserable as they impose their authority on the other kids and ineffective counselors alike. Andy, the good-guy hero, of course has a crush on Tiffany, but hasn't a clue how to approach her. Gradually, the nice guys gain the edge over the bullies, by honest endeavor and standing up for themselves - and in doing so, win over the other kids, even Tiffany. Until the bullies frame them and have them expelled. Written by Cynan Rees <cynanrees@hotmail.com>

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bully | crush | boy | summer | summer camp | See All (85) »


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15 July 1994 (USA)  »

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Summer Camp  »

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When Boner captures a Wolf and pushes him into the ground, you see the Wolf sunk into the ground up to his knees. When it cuts to a close-up, the Wolf is sunk up to his waist. See more »

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A plain old fun movie
17 April 2000 | by (Venice, Ca.) – See all my reviews

Yes, the film is nothing but one huge cliche...boy falls for girl, boy has to defeat bigger boy to get girl, boy's quirky friends help boy accomplish all of this.

However, the movie turns out being what it was supposed to be--fun. In this era of every film trying to make some point or political statement, it's rare that a movie just comes around to make us laugh. Luckily, this movie came around to do just that. While it's made for children, both kids and adults...well, maybe adults, will enjoy it. Like I said before, it's just a fun little movie, and if more people knew about it, it would be sure to become a cult favorite.


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