Meatballs 4 Reviews
Some decent laughs and some nudity.
The story was very basic but it was fun non the less.
Good end to the Meatballs series.
The camp is failing, due to the old camp location being sold to some big company. Jack Nance wants to save the camp and not sell out. The staff and campers must win a competition with another camp in order to gain prestige so the camp will get more business and be able to survive another year. Somehow, Corey Feldman appears to save the day. Forging no new territory in the realm of both summer camp movies and soft core porn, Meatballs 4 lazily spins a yarn of an underdog camp that's in trouble when the neighboring rich camp tries to force them out of business. While probably better than Meatballs 3, Bill Murray has joined the ranks of those like Richard Dryfuss and Jason Biggs to see the franchise they helped propel into glory be shot, gutted and fed to wild slavering dogs with its sequels.