Todd Graff, better known as writer, makes a decent (but no more)directing debut with this mildly amusing but unoriginal indie about a bunch of gays and heteros putting on a show.
| Original Score: C+
Funny movie about theater camp for teens.
| Original Score: 4/5
One doesn't have to be a theater queen to appreciate Camp's humor, but it wouldn't hurt.
| Original Score: 2.75/5
So chock-full of insider theater references that the film reads like a trivia contest held in the Acapulco Room on a cruise sponsored by Broadway.com
| Original Score: C+
Lying somewhere between Fame and Meatballs, Camp unfortunately possesses neither the energy of the former nor the hilarity of the latter.
The highlights of the film are when the ostensible plotlines are dropped, and the truly talented kids get a chance to perform.
| Original Score: 2.5/4
Unfortunately, the showcase is rather truncated insofar as there is not much true talent on display.
| Original Score: D
Look past the ill-conceived story and this camp-y summer fling will have you theatre queens rolling in your seats and dancing in the aisles.
| Original Score: B+
Though the direction is amateurish in spots, the film boasts a winning cast of characters, energetic musical numbers ... and a genuine compassion for kids who prefer Damn Yankees to a Yankees game.
| Original Score: 7/10
What makes Camp such a delight are the kids, any one of whom could kick your favorite American Idol star's butt.
| Original Score: 3.5/4
I had happily gone my entire life without hearing 'Turkey Lurkey Time'till this and would give much to return to that state of blissful ignorance, but I found a lot of the movie entertaining.
| Original Score: 3.5/5
It's a musical, it's a comedy, it's a drama, and it's a whole lotta fun!
Gives glib critics something to horselaugh about.
| Original Score: 45/100
The mostly solid musical numbers and the right attitude about social awareness issues make this lighthearted comedy bearable.
Graff makes sure it's well-paced and is played with a light touch.
| Original Score: 3/4
Camp that's a bit off-key.
| Original Score: 2/5
Something a good deal more remarkable than it otherwise might have been without the music...Well-intentioned, full of amiable energy, and exceedingly entertaining with each passing minute.
The plotting and performances are so rarely on the same page that the moments of motivational lucidity seem to have been arrived at almost by accident.
| Original Score: 2.5/5
A soap-opera patchwork of worn backstage cliches.