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A rag-tag group of children at a sleep away camp help their counselor overcome a personal crisis.

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(as Daniel S. Frisch)
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Morgan Roberts
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Sunny
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Mrs. Murray
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Boo
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Mr. Murray
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Ms. Crapple
Aidan Gould ...
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Principal Sands
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Dennis Volochkov ...
Taylor Boggan ...
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Storyline

Morgan Roberts, a middle aged adult in crisis, reunites with his best friend when he returns to the summer camp of his youth. His troubles seem to magnify when he is joined by a rag-tag group of 10 year old campers. Through their struggles they collectively overcome their personal problems and exchange them for one of the best summers of their lives. Written by Daniel Frisch

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For anyone who has ever been in danger... of growing up.

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Comedy | Family

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1 February 2011 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

A Tribo do Arco-Íris  »

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$5,000,000 (estimated)
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1.85 : 1
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Trivia

When Charles Winthrop III arrives at camp, his limousine glides up to the camera with a tight, full-screen shot of the double-M hood ornament. This is the logo for a relatively obscure and very expensive car, originally (1909) known as a Maybach Motorenbau, a brand bought by Daimler-Benz, and, in the last few years before its 2012 demise, known as a Mercedes-Maybach. See more »

Goofs

As Morgan drives through the woods, he passes the statues of Paul Bunyan and Babe the Blue Ox. This famous duo is on the edge of Lake Bemidji in the city of Bemidji, Minnesota, and not in any wooded area. See more »

Quotes

Chauffeur: [spoiled rich kid Charles arrives at camp in a limousine] Get out.
Charles: Announce me.
Chauffeur: I will not!
Charles: [in a bratty tone] I'll tell my father.
Chauffeur: [in a loud voice] Sir Charles Winthrop, the Turd.
Charles: THIRD, moron. Aaaaagh.
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Castles in the Air
written by Bob Hackl & Ken Stange
performed by Alan Thornhill
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Why didn't all of you give it a 10!!!!!!!
2 July 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

It was a great movie! The kids made me want to have them all in my life! I don't know if I would have been as patient as the Chief, but I would have welcomed them all :D I have to add more lines for this to be printed so I will tell you that I did cry. I guess great movies need to have some hardship in order to see the great part of it. But the interactions alone with the kids made it a great movie for me. When I searched for the movies in Netflix it came up in the goofy category. This was one listed and I am so glad I watched it. Sometimes it is good to cry for happy. I would love for there to be a sequel that shows how the kids are doing in the future. I really would love to see what happens to one of the kids. I don't want to put a spoiler here so let me just say that I hoped that the chief would adopt him.


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