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Nicole Gale Anderson
A family oriented story revolving around Brent Butler (Gemini Barnett), a wiser-than-his years youngster. A modern day Tom Sawyer. The majority of the story takes place at a boys and girls camp owned and operated by Travers (Lee Majors), who has spent a lifetime of quietly helping adolescents become confident young adults. In addition to the full gamut of camp activities, adventures, practical jokes, and conflict resolution there is the underling theme that bolsters the importance of a positive father-son relationship. Written by
Disclaimer: watched this on Showtime and could only take 75 minutes of this trash. A family movie?? The kids are not even cute. The older teen counselors attempt "rising" above a horrid script and story.
Lee Majors is a plain-out awful actor since he first entered a sound-stage. He does not disappoint as the camp director. The script goes off in all directions with no conclusions. The bullying by the camp counselors toward each other as well as the little campers is totally unrealistic. They would have been fired in a real life setting. (I know this as I was a camp assistant director.) A waste of time and money.
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