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Scout's Honor is the story of David and Tim Appleorchard who work for their dad at Camp Bear Claw. They care about three things: Making sure their evil older brother doesn't take over the camp, knowledge of extinct plant life, and earning at least one badge before they turn 30. Written by
This story revolves around three brothers that have been "Tiger" Scouts for 10 to 20 years. Their father, the camp leader, has decided he is going to run away to join their mother. One of the inept brothers is going to lead the "Tiger" Scout camp. That story in itself might have made a funny premise for a comedy. Chris Kattan, normally very funny, flops in this film.
I'm reminded of the TV show "Who's Line Is It, Anyway" This whole film looks like an improvisational piece. Some of the jokes work, but most fall flat on their face. It's as though they were given the premise of each scene 10 seconds before the camera rolls. Maybe if they had taken the time to do more than one take on each scene it would have worked better. I was able to sit through this whole film. I'm sure I'll never watch it again.
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