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Michael Cole over 3 years ago
Not sure if there was a character I cared about
Amy Hendriks over 3 years ago
Sorta okay I guess, not even sure what to write. I like the songs?
Sam 7 years ago
The things I do for Anna Kendrick... Kind of flat and what is this kid even...
Kelly over 7 years ago
Is that kid gay? Straight? What is he even doing? Wait...why the hell am I watching this?!
Patricia 3 months ago
Graziano Fusilli over 4 years ago
Nicole 7 years ago
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Nicole Green over 7 years ago
Camp is a 2003 American independent musical film written and directed by Todd Graff, about an upstate New York performing arts summer camp. The film is based on Graff's own experiences at a similar camp called Stagedoor Manor. The film was released in 2003 by IFC Films. The film centers on the experiences of several teenagers at Camp Ovation, a summer theatre camp. The campers are a mishmash of youngsters from different backgrounds and dealing with different issues, but all feel most comfortable while performing. School is out, and the campers reunite as they prepare to board the buses to Camp Ovation. Shy, self-conscious Ellen (Joanna Chilcoat) happily greets her friends, recovering from an embarrassing situation where she desperately tried to land a prom date, and ended up asking her brother. Nerdy Fritzi (Anna Kendrick) attempts to befriend icy diva Jill (Alana Allen), but ends up toting her luggage instead. Returning camper Jenna (Tiffany Taylor) laments that her parents forced...
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