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Magic Camp (2012)

Unrated | | Documentary, Family | 28 June 2013 (USA)
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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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Judd Ehrlich
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Credited cast:
Jonah Conlin Jonah Conlin ... Himself
Zach Ivins Zach Ivins ... Himself
Zoe Reiches Zoe Reiches ... Herself
Reed Spool Reed Spool ... Himself
Brian Woodbridge Brian Woodbridge ... Himself
Derrin Berger Derrin Berger ... Himself
Derek Hughes ... Himself
Hiawatha Johnson Jr. Hiawatha Johnson Jr. ... Himself
David Oliver ... Himself
Darren Romeo Darren Romeo ... Himself
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Lucas Black Lucas Black ... Himself
Steve Cohen Steve Cohen ... Himself
Dennis Cook Dennis Cook ... Himself
Terri Cook Terri Cook ... Herself
Josh Gally Josh Gally ... Himself
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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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USA

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English

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28 June 2013 (USA) See more »

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Flatbush Pictures See more »
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Thoroughly Engaging Film
2 March 2013 | by w-bachmanSee all my reviews

This charming documentary exposes one to the inside world of budding magicians by going behind the scenes of a Magic Camp. Some of the young magicians are so adept and quirky that you'd swear they were selected by central casting, rather than via meticulous and skillful editing of an enormous amount of film. From sleight-of-hand tricks to more elaborate deceptions, you'll even pick up some hints about the carefully kept secrets of magicians -- though not enough to duplicate their trickery. And all of this is set against a backdrop of adolescent angst and a group of norm-defying young people who lead humdrum lives when they're not on stage.

Go see it and you'll never look at another magician without recalling the movie. You'll wish you could hire some of these engaging young people for your next event that calls for entertainment.


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