What Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that this basically harmless family sequel (it follows up 2003's Daddy Day Care) does feature several fart and vomit jokes, as well as some cartoonish slapstick violence -- like an outhouse burning and falling around a counselor who's on the toilet. The language is mild (of the "crap" and "stupid" variety) and used almost exclusively as insults. One tween camper is obviously smitten with a pretty girl; she eventually kisses him on the cheek. But overall, even though it's not a particularly good movie, it's a clean, kid-friendly comedy.
- Families can talk about good sportsmanship. The neighboring campers were really competitive, but they also cheated; is winning the same if you cheat? Families can also talk about father-son relationships. Why was Charlie so opposed to having his father teach the kids, and how was Charlie wrong about his father?