PG-13 | | Adventure, Comedy, Crime
On the run from authorities, a sleazy courier poses as a scout leader on a camping trip. But he has no idea what he's in for when he has to lead a group of kids.
In order to warm up for the day's shooting, Brad Sullivan would run backward around the ski complex the actors were staying in.
Can I play too?
Barnhill: Little kid, go home.
Gordy: We're not playing, we're practicing.
Kid: You guys are silly.
When Agent McMurrey announces that "there is no good news as of yet", Erickson walks past him, even though he should be out in the woods with Palmer.
When the film was first released at theaters everywhere in the United States, the film was originally rated "PG-13" by the Motion Picture Association of America because of some strong profanity (the word "fuck" is uttered only once, along with one obscured use of "shit", and several mild religious exclamations) a scene of an implied comical description of sexual innuendo, using Barbie dolls, and other crude dialogues; but the film was given a "PG" rating when the film was re-edited and re-released on VHS and released on DVD as part of the Fox Family Feature series. The "f-word" is spoken by Grabelski during the waterfall near-death experience. Despite having the film re-rated to "PG," The f-word was not dubbed in the 2001 Family Feature VHS and 2002 DVD release.
$2,988,468 (USA) (6 August 1995)