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Summercamp! maintains a gentle, lackadaisical tone that eloquently captures the triumphs and traumas of this ageless ritual.
Brief bits of real charm, personality and camp-life detail squeeze through, suggesting why some thrive in an oasis of animal worship, outdoor revelry and zero-to-hero popularity that forgives a nerdy rep back home.
Unlike the intense cadets for Christ and creationism in the recent documentary Jesus Camp, the kids in the sweet Summercamp! have fun!
It observes the specific until the specific turns universal, and the universal until you find yourself moved beyond words.
A film only a mother could love.
A sweeter, more unassuming movie isn't likely to come our way anytime soon.
For those who enjoyed the camping experience as a youth, the movie, with its marshmallow roasts, canoe rides and talent shows, offers a bit of nostalgia. Others may find the whole thing a little pointless.
Summercamp is so haphazard it might as well be someone's digitally enhanced home movie.
Sweet and alive with homesickness and high-fives, sing-a-longs and armpit farts.
For all the conventional, nostalgic images in Summercamp!, there are more you may not have seen before.
I guess as a film concept it's more engaging than MVD Visit! or Grocery Shopping! but not by much.
Poignant and perceptive.
An ok doc but pretty boring. We follow around a bunch of kids but there isn't enough screen time to really get to know these people. I would have rather seen this tackle the summer camp from the view of the counselors. It plays more like a commercial for the camp at times. It's ok to miss this one.
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