Special features include up-front previews, a featurette How I Spent My Summer: Making Daddy Day Camp, the What I Learned At Day Camp: Interactive Quiz in either English or Spanish language, and additional previews.
Daddy Day Care owners, Charlie (Gooding Jr.) and Phil (Rae), decide to expand their child-care operation to Daddy Day Camp when their seven-year-old sons want to spend the summer at Camp Canola, which is run by a childhood rival of Charlie's. The successful day-care owners impulsively purchase neighboring Camp Driftwood, but the challenge proves more difficult than the pair anticipated. (Stacey Pendry)
The anamorphically enhanced 1.83:1 DVD has a somewhat blown-out appearance, with washed-out colors and elevated black levels. Color fidelity is generally good, with the various hues of green of the forest delivered nicely. Contrast is fairly well balanced and resolution is nicely rendered with fine details presented well. There are times, however, when fine details are somewhat soft. Edge enhancement and
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