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Camp Rock -- "Camp Rock," centers on a teen girl who desperately wants to spend her summer at a prestigious rock camp...
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Camp Rock -- "Camp Rock," centers on a teen girl who desperately wants to spend her summer at a prestigious rock camp...
Camp Rock -- "Camp Rock," centers on a teen girl who desperately wants to spend her summer at a prestigious rock camp...
Camp Rock -- "Camp Rock," centers on a teen girl who desperately wants to spend her summer at a prestigious rock camp...

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Director:
Writers (WGA):
Karin Gist (written by) &
Regina Y. Hicks (written by) ...
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Release Date:
20 June 2008 (USA) See more »
Genre:
Tagline:
Don't fit in. Stand out. See more »
Plot:
At a music camp for gifted teens, a popular teen idol overhears a girl singing and sets out to find who the talented voice belongs to. What he doesn't know is that the girl is actually a camp kitchen worker with a fear of being heard. Full summary » | Full synopsis »
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Awards:
5 nominations See more »
User Reviews:
Bland and Predictable - Doesn't measure up to High School Musical See more (134 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order) (verified as complete)

Demi Lovato ... Mitchie Torres

Joe Jonas ... Shane Gray

Meaghan Martin ... Tess Tyler (as Meaghan Jette Martin)

Maria Canals-Barrera ... Connie Torres

Alyson Stoner ... Caitlyn Geller

Julie Brown ... Dee La Duke

Daniel Fathers ... Brown Cesario

Anna Maria Perez de Tagle ... Ella (as Anna Maria Perez de Taglé)

Jasmine Richards ... Margaret 'Peggy' Dupree

Jordan Francis ... Barron

Roshon Fegan ... Sander

Kevin Jonas ... Jason

Nick Jonas ... Nate

Aaryn Doyle ... Lola

Giovanni Spina ... Andy
Judy Kovacs ... Lola's Dancer #1
Sarah Francis ... Lola's Dancer #2
Jennifer Ricci ... T.J. Tyler

Anjelica Scannura ... Girl Singing Shane's Song (as Angelica Scannura)

Nikki Shah ... Opera Girl
Kathryn Ballantine ... Girl with Folk Voice
Stefanie Campbell ... Gospel Singer #1
Sherry Anne Campbell ... Gospel Singer #2
Shennel Campbell ... Gospel Singer #3
Edward Jaunz ... Steve Torres (as Ed Jaunz)
Bailey Stocker ... Sierra
Hayley Lochner ... Erin
Jee-Yun Lee ... T.V. Reporter
Laura Thorne ... Screaming Girl

Max Topplin ... Boy #1
Jake Brockman ... Boy #2
Roshan Amendra ... Freestyler #1
Dwayne Gulston ... Freestyler #2

Tamina Pollack-Paris ... Dancer
Katie McCrory ... Dancer
Kimberly O'Neill ... Dancer (as Kimberly O'Neil)
Daniel Celebre ... Dancer
Irvin Washington ... Dancer
Chres M. Kim ... Dancer
Marc Cardarelli ... Dancer
Adam Sergison ... Dancer
Michael Cheng ... Dancer

The Jonas Brothers ... Connect 3 (as Jonas Brothers)
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Dianna Hart ... Audience at the Final Jam (uncredited)
Seth Sieunarine ... Boy near Lake (uncredited)
Kortnee Simmons ... Camp Rock Camper (uncredited)

Directed by
Matthew Diamond 
 
Writing credits
(WGA)
Karin Gist (written by) &
Regina Y. Hicks (written by) (as Regina Hicks) and
Julie Brown (written by) &
Paul Brown (written by)

Produced by
Kevin Lafferty .... producer
Alan Sacks .... executive producer
 
Original Music by
David Kitay 
 
Cinematography by
Dean Cundey 
 
Film Editing by
Girish Bhargava 
Ken Saba (video segments)
 
Casting by
Natalie Hart 
Jason La Padura 
 
Production Design by
Doug McCullough 
 
Art Direction by
Marion Pon 
 
Set Decoration by
Jeff Fruitman 
 
Costume Design by
Shelley Mansell 
 
Makeup Department
Jessica Fulmer .... assistant makeup artist
Stephen Lynch .... makeup artist
Amanda Milne .... hair assistant
James O'Reilly .... head of hair department
 
Production Management
Victoria Harding .... production manager
Tom Summers .... post-production supervisor
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Keira French .... trainee assistant director
Colleen Harding .... third assistant director
Jennifer Kiefaber .... third assistant director
Jill Campbell Samson .... first assistant director
Sean Watson .... second assistant director
 
Art Department
Michael Followes .... property master
Daniel Horton .... assistant art director
Yassara Monteleone .... graphic designer
Adrienne Trent .... lead props
Angelique Wagener .... key props buyer
 
Sound Department
Tim Chilton .... foley artist
Rolando Duque .... boom operator
Murat Elgün .... adr recordist: alien languages for dvd
Stephen Fitzmaurice .... sound re-recording mixer
Mark Friedgen .... supervising sound editor
Stephen Grubbs .... adr editor
Frank Morrone .... sound re-recording mixer
Jorge Muniz .... boom operator
Larry Stensvold .... sound re-recording mixer
David Torres .... foley mixer
Scott Weber .... sound re-recording mixer
Kelly Wright .... sound recordist
Roy Machado .... adr mixer (uncredited)
 
Visual Effects by
Michael Caplan .... visual effects producer
Dan Schmit .... visual effects supervisor
 
Stunts
Dana Jones .... stunt performer
Jamie Jones .... stunt coordinator
 
Camera and Electrical Department
John Botelho .... gaffer
Courtney Graham .... assistant camera
John Medland .... still photographer
Christine Panowyk .... first assistant camera
Paolo Perin .... best boy grip
Chris Schillinger .... grip
Michael Spicer .... camera operator: additonal photography
Christopher J. Toudy .... key grip
Ian Watson .... art photographer
Derek Hutcheon .... camera trainee (uncredited)
 
Casting Department
Terri Douglas .... adr voice casting
Stephanie Gorin .... casting: Canada
Melissa Moss .... casting associate
Kendra Patterson .... casting assistant
Misha Rasaiah .... casting assistant
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Frances Cabezas Miller .... wardrobe buyer
Darci Cheyne .... assistant costume designer
Nicole Manek .... costume supervisor
 
Editorial Department
Craig Drikis Barnikis .... telecine assistant
Craig Galka .... assistant editor (as Rainier Craig Galka)
 
Music Department
Gary Barlough .... scoring mixer
Aaryn Doyle .... performer: "Hasta La Vista"
Aaryn Doyle .... performer: "Our Time Is Here"
Aaryn Doyle .... performer: "We Rock?
Aaryn Doyle .... solo singer: " What It Takes"
Amber Funk .... music editor
Julia Harriman .... vocals: title theme
William Levine .... orchestrator
Danny Lux .... composer: additional music
Jason Poss .... music transcription
Steven Vincent .... music supervisor (as Steven Christopher)
 
Transportation Department
Robert Carter .... head driver
Dennis Kuss .... transportation coordinator
Joseph Ramdath .... unit driver
Katy Turpin .... driver: cast
Rick Selmanovic .... driver: cast (uncredited)
 
Other crew
Angelica Bailey .... daily production assistant
Lex Batten .... project supervisor: technicolor
Barbara Biddle .... in-house producer
Angela Cheyne .... assistant production coordinator (as Angela Latorre)
Donna Croce .... script supervisor
Kishaya Dudley .... choreographer
Laura Erikson .... studio teacher
Daniel Godwin .... assistant to director
Lindsay Hoffman .... production coordinator
Galen Hooks .... assistant choreographer
Stephen Khalla .... daily location assistant
Helaine Lembeck .... adr loop group
Ryan Little .... production staff
Sandra Lum Lock .... production accountant
Derek Losier .... production assistant
Andrea Luff .... set production assistant
Neil Lumlock .... assistant production manager
David Lussier .... writing contributions
Dahla MacKenna .... educational supervisor
Malcolm McCulloch .... location manager
David Andy Shaw .... set production assistant
Sat Sidhu .... on-set teacher
Vess Stoeva .... assistant accountant
Michael Whitcombe .... medic coordinator/set medic
Christopher Huron .... stand-in (uncredited)
Bradley Pierce .... additional voices (uncredited)
 

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Runtime:
USA:94 min
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Aspect Ratio:
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Did You Know?

Trivia:
Peggy wore a total of 14 headbands.See more »
Goofs:
Continuity: When Mitchie and her mom first arrive in Camp Rock with the catering truck, it's parked behind Tess' limousine, but when Mitchie says "Whoa," she is looking behind instead of looking at the limo, which was in front. When Tess gets out of the car and Mitchie says "Whoa" again, she is still looking behind.See more »
Quotes:
Mitchie Torres:I'm not ashamed. It's just, for once, I just wanted to fit in and be popular.
Connie Torres:What do you mean? You have plenty of friends at home.
Mitchie Torres:I have ONE! And the last time I checked, no one was busting their butts to sit next to us at the lunch table, and when I got here I just... I just wanted it to be different! You know, just once.
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Movie Connections:
Referenced in "The X Factor: Episode #6.19" (2009)See more »
Soundtrack:
Start the PartySee more »

FAQ

Why was Peggy called "Margaret" at the end of the movie?
Is "We Rock" a cover of the Dio song, "We Rock"?
How can I audition or find disney casting calls for Camp Rock 3?
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29 out of 45 people found the following review useful.
Bland and Predictable - Doesn't measure up to High School Musical, 22 June 2008
Author: itsmrhippo from United States

Insert sadface here. This rockin' was supposed to be so much more than it lead on, but it really failed to deliver. I'm quite sad to say that Camp Rock may not be a failure to Jonas Brothers fans and teenage girls, though compared to other Disney Channel Movies, it just does not deliver.

The story starts off with Michie Torres, a girl that desperately wants to attend a Rock and Roll camp, and subplots Joe Jonas being throw back into his old stomping grounds before he became the hotshot that he is in Connect 3.

Right in, they establish the characters of Michie as the shy girl, and the rather rude Shane Gray. It seems that cliché character development only kicks in after a few scenes, for little to no reason at all. The work done by the actors was relatively decent, with a few small exceptions. However, having to deal with a horrible script like Camp Rock, is a task in it's on. The film tries to create conflict with an enemy that nobody really cares about, or has any ill feelings for. The mark of good character development is to love your enemy. Perhaps Meaghan Jette Martin had a scene or two that was cut that really showed us that she had such feelings for her family.

Camp Rock has all your normal stereotypical Disney children in it. Your hero(in), the hero's sidekick, other friends introduced for comedic value, the hero's enemy, and the enemies cronies. Disney does not fail to deliver an overdone plot of being ashamed of your family and how lying is bad. Blah blah blah... Girl lies, gets out casted, expresses remorse and sticks up for herself. Haven't seen this stuff in a Disney movie before! Nope, not me! Lastly, the music. Though it is somewhat strange that a rock star would be a hip hop teacher at a rock and roll camp, I found that it worked for the most part. Most of the songs are forgettable at best until the finale, as many musicals are. Though, these select songs make this movie re watchable and marketable for Disney. It will probably launch *a* career...

I'm quite sure it's got to be just a big Jonas Brothers promotional video. I'm sure the funds raked in for this film will also be astronomical much like its musical counterpart, High School Musical.

All in all, the story is boring and forgettable, but some of the songs you'll be singing to your self after seeing the film once or twice (or perhaps 20 or so, if you know Disney Channel). Watch this once, definitely, to see if it's your cup of tea. But it didn't quite do it for me the way HSM did it for the rest of the world.

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