6/10 Deadbeat Summers
One more reason why it pays to listen to nine-year-olds.
Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Dog Days is about a nerdy seventh-grader whose plans to play video games all summer are ruined when his dad catches him lying about his daily activities, unplugs the TV, and tries to get him (dun-dun-DUUUUN!) an internship at the office. Rather than spend his days in a cubicle, and at the risk of being sent to a dreaded prep school, the kid thinks fast and lies about getting a job at his friend’s country club. Luckily, his dad buys it, and so our soon-to-be eighth grader tries to make the most out of his vacation by hanging out with best friend, avoiding his older brother, and working his way out of the friend zone with the girl of his dreams.
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