Gentle, genial and about as memorable as a mild reefer high.
A lot of Hollywood notables began their training way before they got to the mailroom or somebody's desk. They started at summer camp.
For better or worse, this docu successfully captures the experience of summer camp.
USA Films is in final negotiations to pick up North American distribution on the comedy "Wet Hot American Summer," which premiered at the 2001 Sundance Film Festival.
Sending up hormonally driven summer-camp pics, "Wet Hot American Summer" is nearly half over before it finds a consistent groove. Pic's aim wobbles between the improv-based humor of Christopher…
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