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Magic Camp (2012)

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Welcome to the real Hogwarts. To cope with the pressures of growing up, magic-obsessed kids congregate at the one place where they can be themselves: Tannen's Magic Camp, the most prestigious magic institution in the world.

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Welcome to the real Hogwarts. To cope with the pressures of growing up, magic-obsessed kids congregate at the one place where they can be themselves: Tannen's Magic Camp, the most prestigious magic institution in the world.

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No campfires. No sing-alongs. Just magic. Welcome to the REAL Hogwarts.


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A great story - funny, complex, exciting
27 February 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

God, this movie is good. It concerns a fascinating group of eccentrics

  • kids learning to do magic; and the professionals volunteering to


teach them. Everyone is more than just quirky. They're gifted and dedicated/obsessive artists, performers, shticklers.

And yes, the magic is breathtaking. That stuff is fun.

We follow a week of Magic Camp, an end-of-summer institution, of many years standing. It's an uncannily articulate group, varied in age, styles, strengths, and character. The focus is on five kids, learning and competing for the last night's show. There is a maze of complex rivalries, kindnesses, struggles. The story-telling is riveting.

A great, moving movie. I saw it in NYC, in a huge venue. That was one happy crowd.


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