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Camp Tamakwa owner, Unca Lou Handler (Alan Arkin) invites seven best friends, one of whom engaged to a 21-year-old, to spend a week at their old summer camp. While at Camp Tamakwa, the former campers reminisce about their adolescence at summer camp and revert back to their childhood days.
This film provides examples of:
- The '70s: The camper flashbacks take place in 1972.
- Age-Gap Romance: Jamie's fiancée Gwen is in her early 20s, Jamie is estimated to be in his 30s.
- Summer Camp Reunion: The campers reunite after 20+ years.
- Friendship-Straining Competition: During the Tamakwathon, there's one between Beth and Matt when they're preteens.
- My God, What Have I Done?: Unca Lou is racked with this due to his racist attitude toward a potential counselor.
- Precision F-Strike: Occurs after Jamie makes misogynist comments toward his fiancée.
- Raging Stiffie: In a flashback, it's revealed that Jack had his first one at Camp Tamakwa.
- The Prankster: Implied to be almost all of them.
- Stay in the Kitchen: Jamie has this attitude towards Gwen, even going so far as referring to her as a little girl and telling her to "sit quietly and look pretty".
- Summer Campy