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Staten Island Summer (2015)

R | | Comedy | 30 June 2015 (USA)
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Pals Danny and Frank spend the summer after high school working as lifeguards while figuring out their future.



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Kellie Cockrell ...
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Danny, Frank, and the rest of the life guards at the Great Kills Swim Club decide to throw a killer party and hook up Danny with his childhood babysitter on his last weekend in town. Meanwhile, Chuck, the pool manager is the trying to shut them down. Written by Bobby Powell

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Rated R for sexuality/nudity, crude humor and language throughout, drug content and partying - all involving teens. | See all certifications »

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30 June 2015 (USA)  »

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Estate a Staten Island  »

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The Great Kills Swim Club that they're at in the movie is a real swim club on Staten Island. See more »


When Danny gets home from the party he hangs his bicycle on the fence. During the scene the position of the bike moves several times (on the fence and on the ground). when Danny leaves the house again the bicycle has disappeared. See more »


[first lines]
Danny Campbell: [narrating] I grew up in Staten Island New York. It might not sound like it, but I did. For those of you who don't know, Staten Island is like Brooklyn and New Jersey had a baby. A baby that would up to be either a cop, or a fireman. And you know, some how it gets a bad rap, but really it's just like any other suburb. I mean, sure it looks like this
[tightly packed houses]
Danny Campbell: , and this
[store fronts]
Danny Campbell: . But what most people don't realize is that Staten Island also looks like this
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Not funny
8 August 2015 | by See all my reviews

What do you get when you cross the classics Caddyshack and Superbad with Lorne Michaels producing? An unfunny movie that is not surprisingly disappointing. Has anyone done more to set comedy back 100 years than Michaels? If you are going to rip off characters from comedic genius' Ramis and Apatow then make sure you steal their jokes too. The acting is good but the premise is stale. Kate Walsh, in particular, plays a strong role as Danny's overprotective borderline neurotic mom. Beyond the acting, the writing is average. What could have been funny scenes fall short of hitting the comedic mark. Overall, I give it 3 out of 10 stars and that's being generous. If you have time rent Superbad and Caddyshack. The originals are much better versions than this poor derivative.

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