At a Christian youth camp, kids learn to confront their fears and not seek revenge as a solution. Two brothers separate into different houses and after a series of pranks realize they need each other. In the finale all the teams competes against each other pitting the underdogs against the stronger kids. The focus on victory and dominance over peaceful coexistence and forgiveness in the final moments of the film tends to negate the attempt at moral guidance.
Found this on netflix and wow. This is, straight-forward, one of the worst movies I have ever seen. The acting, the writing, the sound-editing, and direction are all impressively bad. You'll watch this movie and be in constant amazement at the decisions they made. This movie has a magical ability to slow down time. 104 minutes feels like 9 hours. You can barely hear anything in the movie, except for the piped in christian pop music which I'm guessing is one of the main reasons this exists. It's truly an expierence.
And the for the record the identical twins in the movie are NOT identical twins. They may be twins but they aren't identical, and the movie knows it. They seem to frame almost every scene to obscure one or both faces. Watch the movie and look out for it and you can't not notice it.
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