With her personal and professional life in shambles, Elise (Grace Helbig) ends up having to take a job as a counselor at her old summer camp. There, she reunites with two estranged friends (Hannah Hart, Mamrie Hart) who attended camp and never left. When the future of the camp is put in jeopardy, the three friends must band together to save it, changing the course of their lives forever.
"Get ready to laugh when funnyman Christopher Lloyd lights up the screen as a hilarious one-man cast of characters in this rip-roaring comedy hit! Lloyd stars as an out-of-work actor lassoed into service by a group of thrill-seeking teens. They're out to create the summer camp of their dreams -- a place with no parents, no counselors, and no rules! With Lloyd's off-the-wall nuttiness in his funniest role yet, it's nonstop laughs at the wackiest summer camp ever!"
When a summer camp director gets injured, the diverse groups of college freshmen counselors take charge and spice up the everyday routine of the camp. Two of the counselors -- moody rebel Wichita played by Brad Renfro ("The Client," "Sleepers") and super-perky Wendy played Dominique Swain ("Face/Off," "Lolita") -- find themselves irresistibly attracted to each other as the camp falls into chaos over the course of the summer. Also starring Jaime King ("Sin City," "Pearl Harbor") and Justin Long ("Live Free or Die Hard," "Galaxy Quest").
It's the last day of Camp Firewood's season, but there's still time for the big talent show, a little romance... and for everyone to be wiped out by the piece of NASA's Skylab that's hurtling toward Earth. David Wain (Role Models) directs Paul Rudd (Knocked Up), Elizabeth Banks (The 40-Year-Old Virgin), Amy Poehler (Baby Mama), Molly Shannon (Saturday Night Live), and David Hyde Pierce (Frasier) in the romp Michael Agger at The New Yorker calls "hilarious!" As AintItCool.com claims, "imagine your American Pie and Scary Movie type teen film with a great cast, a hysterical and far wittier script, and tongue planted firmly in cheek" and you have Wet Hot American Summer!
"Audrey" is a unique comedy chronicling an hour in the life of Audrey is a hopeful, yet terribly insecure 29-year-old romantic: hopeful because she is about to have the all-important third date with Gene, a man who may prove to be the love of her life; and insecure because she lives in secret terror that she isn't good enough for anyone. As the minutes tick by with no sign of Gene fails to show up for their date at a lovely bistro, Audrey's pleasant inner life turns scary. Through fantasies and flashbacks, Audrey's inner demons -- many connected to universal female insecurities of beauty, weight and youth -- wreak increasingly comic havoc on her, for she is becoming convinced that it must be her inferiority in ALL these areas that is keeping Gene away. Tensions mount and explode into the very real world around her. Forced to face her demons by circumstances -- both real and hilariously unreal -- Audrey finds the strength and courage she never imagined she had, triumphing in touching and unexpected ways.
Bill Murray is at his hilarious best in this classic comedy that's 'Animal House goes to summer camp' (Newsweek). Murray plays Tripper, the wisecracking, rule-bending head counselor at Camp North Star. Whether playing pranks on Camp North Star's clueless director, wooing a female counselor, or scheming against the rich brats of a rival camp, Tripper delivers fun and mayhem in a laugh-filled summer his campers will remember forever!
Everybody's favorite wimp, Greg Heffley (Zachary Gordon), is back for three times the fun in the latest film based on the super-popular book series! When Greg's dad (Steve Zahn) threatens to send him to military school if he doesn't stay out of trouble, Greg finds all-new ways to land himself in the doghouse! For starters, Greg's in over his head when he pretends to work at the swanky country club where Rowley's family has a membership. Things don't go much better on a father-son camping trip with the Wilderness Explorers, and then there's the Heffley's new dog, Sweetie, who fetches even more trouble for Greg in this hilarious family film!
Ray is wrestling with self-identity while being played as a pawn in his parent’s bitter divorce battle. His mother hires Anjelika to babysit his little sister, but the two soon form a deep bond that grows into something profound.
A live-action adaptation of Jeff Kinney's best-selling illustrated novel, "Diary of a Wimpy Kid" chronicles the adventures of skinny "middle child" Greg Heffley over the course of a school year, as told through his diary and hand-drawn cartoons. Determined not to remain on the lowest rung of the social ladder during his first year of middle school, the hapless Greg takes several stabs at becoming popular -- including betraying his seemingly uncool best friend -- but when his efforts backfire spectacularly, he realizes that keeping a low profile may not be such a bad idea after all. As Greg says, "One day I'll be rich and famous, but for now I'm stuck in middle school with a bunch of morons." Zachary Gordon as Kinney's wise-cracking hero, Greg Heffley. Rachael Harris and Steve Zahn play Greg's quirky parents.
Break out the double knits and roll out the Astroturf, because The Bunch is back in a groovy, good-time "romp for all ages" (Bonnie Churchill, National News Syndicate). Mike (Gary Cole) and Carol (Shelley Long) have just one week to come up with $20,000 in back taxes or they'll lose their house to a scheming neighbour (Michael McKean).To make matters worse, Marcia gets a swollen nose on date night, Cindy's addicted to tattling, and Jan's hearing a psychotic inner voice crying "Marcia, Marcia, Marcia!" Of course, these are the Bradys, and when the kids enter a talent contest with a $20,000 purse, well, let's just say,"It's A Sunshine Day!" With appearances by Florence Henderson, Barry Williams, Ann B. Davis, Christopher Knight and dreamy ex-Monkee Davy Jones, The Brady Bunch is "an absolute laugh riot from beginning to end" (Barry ZeVan, Channel America).
Schools out and Fred Figglehorn's (LUCAS CRUIKSHANK) dreams of waterslides, Clydesdales and waffle bars turn to nightmares of gruel, poisonous berries and Crocobearimoose when his mom signs him up to the wrong camp! Stuck at Camp Iwannapeepee, Fred is convinced his cabin mates are being poisoned and fed to camp director Floyd (Tom Arnold) -- who's really a Rat Monster in disguise! GHAAAA!!! Not even Fred's uber-cool Dad (WWE® superstar John Cena) can help him escape! Luckily, Fred makes new friends, and together they battle Kevin's Camp Superior in the 70th Annual Summer Camp Games. Will a rousing speech and an epic musical number be enough to win the competition?
Greg Heffley, the kid who made "wimpy" cool, is back in this sidesplitting sequel based on the second installment of the best-selling book series! Having rid himself of the Cheese Touch , Greg enters the next grade with his confidence and friendships intact, and an eye on the new girl in town, Holly Hills . But at home, Greg is still at war with his older brother, Rodrick, so their parents have handed down the toughest "punishment" imaginable -- forcing the boys to spend quality time with each other.
Benoit is the new kid at a junior high school. He's bullied by a gang of arrogant boys who make things difficult for him. Determined not to be pushed around, Benoit organizes a big party and invites the whole class. But on the night of the party, only three students turn up...