COMPANY TOWN
Is Disney paying its share in Anaheim?

Jason Schwartzman

In keeping with tradition, 'Wet Hot American Summer: Ten Years Later' is a funny, poignant camp reunion

In keeping with tradition, 'Wet Hot American Summer: Ten Years Later' is a funny, poignant camp reunion

And so we come to the third installment of Michael Showalter and David Wain's "Wet Hot American Summer," the summer-camp series inaugurated back in 2001 with a theatrical film flop later turned cult classic. That movie, set on the last day of camp 1981, with teenage counselors played by actors even then too old for their parts, was followed in 2015 by an eight-episode Netflix series set two months before the events of the film – on the first day of camp – but with the actors 14 years older.

That should give you an idea of the sort of reality we’re dealing with here. There is also a talking can of vegetables.

The new installment, "Wet Hot American Summer: Ten...

EDITION: California | U.S. & World