Encouraged by his quirky grandfather, a young boy faces his fears at summer campEncouraged by his quirky grandfather, a young boy faces his fears at summer campEncouraged by his quirky grandfather, a young boy faces his fears at summer camp
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.
Interesting and faith based
I see so many others hating on this movie giving it one out of 10 because of it being as they say so bad it's good. Well interestingly enough I feel it has more to do with the fact it's faith based that they gave it one out of 10 rather than because it's shotty acting and shooting. The reality is in a world where Christ is now the enemy too many it's good to finally find something based on Christianity and Christ where the movie passes good Christian messages and doesn't contain any profanity in it. Great movie great message and I enjoyed it.
- Jun 1, 2019
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