Hilarious sent up of 1980s teen sex comedies with an amazing cast that includes Janeane Garofalo, David Hyde Pierce, Michael Showalter, Paul Rudd, Christopher Meloni, Molly Shannon, Ken Marino, Michael Ian Black, Joe Lo Truglio, Amy Poehler, Bradley Cooper, Elizabeth Banks, Judah Friedlander, Jon Benjamin, and Kevin Sussman. A complete flop when it originally came out (I don't even remember it being released), it has since garnered a significant cult following, so much so that Netflix commissioned a follow-up film nearly 10 years later, which hilariously is a prequel to the original film where the now much older cast is actually playing younger versions of themselves. But to this film in particular, the story revolves around a group of horny "teen" counselors on the last day of camp, the summer of 1981, wrapping up unfinished business before everyone leaves camp to go back home. The film is brilliant in it's recreation of movies like "Meatballs," "Hot Dog," "Little Darlings," "Up the Creek," or any other number of other 80s teen comedies that is so spot on that it almost seems like a straight up homage at times (whether it's the outfits, or the banter between senior counselors Garofalo and Hyde Pierce, to the camp PA announcements, and so on), but it also throws in some wildly absurd humor a well (a homicidal cook, the clearly non-teenage actors playing teen, and so on), but it all worked for me, mostly because of my love and nostalgia for all things 80s. This is a comedy that won't work for all tastes and the folks who made this film appear to have made a comedy to merely amuse themselves. So if you "get it," this film is magic! If you don't "get it," you'll probably find this film unbearable.