Daddy day care

As a result, Daddy Day Care does not raise enough money. While listening to a cereal pitch, Charlie realizes the impact Daddy Day Care has had on Ben and the other children. Marvin tells Charlie and Phil about an available building with potential, but they do not have the money to buy it.

Seeing the kids discouraged, Charlie goes to find Buck and bring him back.

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She was played by Regina King in the original film. Its plot gives us 20 minutes for the setup, 30 minutes for everything to go wrong, and 30 minutes for Charlie and Phil to clean up their act and for Daddy day care bad guys to almost win and then lose, with a few minutes for "what really matters in life is family" lessons along the way.

They enroll their son Ben, in Chapman Academy, an expensive and very academic pre-school headed by a woman named Miss Harridan.

Eddie Murphy plays Charlie, who loves his wife, Kim Regina Kingand 4-year-old son, Ben, but has trouble finding time for them due to a high-pressure job in marketing. It sags here and there but picks up whenever Steve Zahn appears as an emergency recruit who may be a little spacey in more senses than one but who has knack for communicating with kids.

She and her assistant Jenny sabotage the festival by unplugging a bouncy castle, filling the food with cockroaches, switching face paint with glue, releasing animals from the petting zoo, and turning on the park sprinklers. Dan Kubitz, a director of child services, notifies them of the codes that they need to fix, which Charlie and Phil quickly correct.

To save the run-down site, Charlie and Phil buy a partnership from the older man that ran it when they were children, after the other partner runs off on vacation.

He was played by Eddie Murphy in the original film. He and Phil pick up Marvin before heading off to Chapman Academy. When his new product, breakfast cereal made from vegetables, is a flop, Charlie and his friend Phil Jeff Garlin are laid off.

The next day, the camp is raided by Camp Canola, which has been joined by the 28 campers who left Camp Driftwood, Charlie calls his military father, Colonel Buck Hinton, for help to whip the kids into shape, since they have problems following orders. But once there, they discover that Camp Driftwood is no longer the kindhearted camp site of their time.

How does this movie show the difficulties families face when one of the parents loses his or her job? While climbing a wall, Ben uses the tree next to it with enough time left to hit the bell giving Camp Driftwood the win.

He frequently gets sick and vomits. Unwilling to accept the presence of competition, Miss Harridan attempts to shut down Daddy Day Care by notifying child services that Charlie and Phil are not following the relevant regulations. They throw in some diaper humor for those in the audience most recently involved with potty training, some lite rock classics, and an appearance by an aging rock band Cheap Trick to make the parents in the audience feel hip, and then of course there are the bloopers and outtakes during the credits.

He was played by Jeff Garlin in the original film. The only preschool in town is the snooty Chamberlin Academy, where children in prep-school uniforms study Freud, Portuguese, and SAT vocabulary words. She was played by Hailey Noelle Johnson in the original film.

Club gave the film a rare "F" grade. Some time later, Charlie and his best friend, Phillip "Phil" Ryerson, are laid off due to the early s recession. Ackerman as Jack, a nerdy boy and presumably, the youngest of all the campers.

Daddy Day Care grows in popularity and attracts more children and parents. This movie shows kids and adults watching the Three Stooges, and the movie itself shows adults and kids performing similar comedic pratfalls: Charlie lets Ben do the climbing course, since Ben knows how to climb, but he falls.

They turn it into Daddy Day Camp. Plot[ edit ] Charles "Charlie" Hinton is a food products marketing executive whose wife Kim has just gone back to work as a lawyer.

At first, the local parents are suspicious of men wanting to work with kids, but as Daddy Day Care is less expensive and more child-centered than Chapman Academy, the latter begins to lose students.

Daddy Day Care

Marvin is unsure at first, but then finds himself falling for Kelli, the single mother of Dylan one of the kids in the daycare and agrees. Camp Driftwood wins, and the parents who signed their kids to be in Camp Canola originally then ask Charlie for their kids to be in Camp Driftwood, which saves it from foreclosure.

Richard Gant as Col. He was played by Max Burkholder in the original film. However, he displays a soft spot for his grandson, Ben, as well as the other campers.Find great deals for Daddy Day Care (DVD,Special Edition).

Shop with confidence on eBay! In the comedy Daddy Day Care, two fathers lose their jobs in product development at a large food company and are forced to take their sons out of the exclusive Chapman Academy and become stay-at-home fathers/5().

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Slapstick comedy is filled with potty humor, pratfalls. Read Common Sense Media's Daddy Day Care review, age rating, and parents guide.

DADDY DAY CARE is the hilarious comedy about kids ruling the roost! When ad execs Charlie (Dr. Dolittle's Eddie Murphy) and Phil (TV's "Curb Your Enthusiasm's" Jeff Garlin) lose their jobs trying to sell a veggie-flavored breakfast cereal.

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