Movie Review – Family Camp

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This is a guest review from a RunPee fan who was able to see this limited-release movie.

Family Camp wasn’t a bad movie. I enjoyed it for what it was. I would have liked a little bit more comedy bits. The religious bits were not over the top, in my opinion, but might strike other people differently.

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The story arc is your usual family learning to come together and fix some problems. I’m sure to some people, in the right place in life, this movie could potentially inspire or reinforce family. But for me, I couldn’t stop thinking: take the Great Outdoors (John Candy and Dan Aykroyd), chop it up a bit. Move some bits around. Throw out some bits. Less comedic beats. Add some religious points. And soup….”

Overall to me, It was fine. I enjoyed some bits. Nothing great or bad. I’m not mad I saw it or felt it waste my time. But definitely not a run out and see again or purchase for me.

Grade: C

About The Peetimes: This is a limited-release movie and not showing near us. But one of our awesome fans saw it and gave us the information about Anything Extra during the end credits. So we’re including that here in the database.

There are extra scenes during, or after, the end credits of Family Camp.

Rated: (PG) NA
Genres: Comedy, Family, Religious
Starring: Tommy Woodard, Eddie James, Leigh-Allyn Baker
Director: Brian Cates
Writer(s): Brian Cates, Rene Gutteridge
Language: English
Country: United States

When two polar-opposite families are forced to camp together, the dads struggle to hold onto their families and marriages as they compete for the coveted camp trophy

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