Tuesday, September 3, 2013

CAMP: The Movie (DVD Review)

(I received a copy of this DVD, at no cost to me, for review purposes.  All opinions in this review are my own.)

To impress a potential client, financial advisor Ken Matthews signs up to be a counselor at a camp for kids in the foster system.  Paired with Eli, a 10-year-old that is determined to hate camp, Ken's annoyance by his camper's antics leads to Eli getting into trouble with camp director Tammie Pickens.

As the story progresses, Ken and Eli get to know each other and change their attitudes.  The story of how it happens drew me in and I thoroughly enjoyed watching it.  Although I thought I knew how the movie would end, the real conclusion was a surprise.

CAMP is rated PG-13 for thematic elements, some violence, a crude gesture, and brief language.

Inspired by true stories of people who help abused and neglected kids, CAMP is a story of hope.  I encourage you to check it out.

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