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Dance Camp (2016)

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When Hunter gets sent to a dance camp, he meets the girl of his dreams and together they attempt to beat out rival Lance in the camp's competition.


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Nick Turner (story by), Rex New (story by) | 3 more credits »
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Credited cast:
Brandon Perea ... Kenton
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Richard Balin Richard Balin ... Bernie
Mary Catalano Mary Catalano ... Gloria
Meg DeAngelis ... Cheyenne
Gabi DeMartino ... Mya (as Gabriella DeMartino)
Niki DeMartino ... Mia
Amymarie Gaertner ... Vanessa
Annie Hamilton ... Emily
Nadji Jeter ... Hunter
Jordyn Jones ... Yolo
Anita Kalathara ... Sanjana
Jamil Khangura Jamil Khangura ... Jay
Philip Labes ... Jeb
Laird Macintosh ... Judge Keating
Jake Paul ... Lance


Hunter gets busted by his mom for throwing a party - and she sends him off to a dance camp, where he meets a bunch of eclectic misfits. Although he first refuses to take the camp seriously, he's eventually inspired to take down a rival dance group led by Lance and along the way also falls in love with Cheyenne.

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girl | See All (1) »


Comedy | Drama | Musical

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated PG-13 for language, some suggestive references and brief teen partying | See all certifications »

Did You Know?


Part of this movie was filmed in Camp Hollywood Land. This is an all-girls summer camp located in Griffith Park, Los Angeles. See more »


Referenced in Midnight Screenings: Dance Camp/Lazer Team (2016) See more »


I'm Dappin
Written by Charlie Midnight & Majeed Fick & Novi Novack
Performed by Jordyn Jones
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Personal least favorite film
5 April 2018 | by daltonajohnSee all my reviews

You know exactly what is going to happen from the very beginning of the movie it's painfully predictable, and yes October Sky is also predictable but it's filled with great performances, Direction, and a TON of heart, this movie has absolutely none of that, plus it just feels manipulative and absolutely talks down to the audience. This movie is aimed at around 12-15 year olds and it just treats them like idiots. And all the performances are so annoying, I never laughed once and I didn't feel a thing for these charecters. And the sexuality is just bad, I usually never have an issue with sexuality, but in this movie it just feels like they're trying to get teenage boys interested in Amymarie Gaertner's butt so they'll watch the movie more. Not to mention how pretentious it is, it thinks it's really saying something even though it hits every underdog camp competition clichè you can imagine. You know you have a bad film when I genuinely think Jake freaking Paul is the best part of the whole movie. Lazar Team was dumb fun that knew what it was, and Scare PewDiePie was a genuinely well done show, but besides that, you can skip YouTube Red originals, especially this one.

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10 February 2016 (USA) See more »

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