Sunday, 27 November 2022

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Film Review: Camp

Review by: Sharon Abbott

If I have to be honest, I was tempted to turn off this movie just a little bit after it started. It was a little slow-moving and the acting left a little to be desired, but I'm glad I didn't. Once we actually got to "camp" the action picked up, the acting got better, and the story fell into place. I was thoroughly engaged. And let me tell you, this one tugs at the heartstrings...and the tear ducts. For a special bonus, watch the special features, and you'll be cheering for and inspired by the real-life heroes on which this movie is based. As the quote on the cover says: The world could use a few more movies like CAMP.

I give this one 3.5 out of 5 stars.


010368: Camp, DVD Camp, DVD
By Word Entertainment Inc

Hot shot investment banker Ken Matthews will do anything it takes to impress a wealthy client... including becoming a camp counselor! When he's partnered with Eli---a tough-talking foster child with a history of abuse---he's initially just play-acting a part. But as they grow to understand one another, will both be changed? Dove approved (12+). Rated PG-13. Approx. 111 minutes.

Special Features:

  • Director's Commentary
  • Royal Family Kids: Samantha's Story
  • Behind the Scenes


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