CampDirector: Todd Graff
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A group of kids dreaming of Broadway take their ambitions to summer camp in this musical comedy-drama, which has been given a solid presentation for its release on DVD. Camp has been given a letterboxed transfer to disc in the widescreen aspect ratio of 1.85:1, which has been enhanced for anamorphic playback on 16 x 9 monitors. The audio has been mastered in Dolby Digital 5.1. The dialogue is in English, with optional subtitles in English and Spanish. Bonus materials include a short documentary on the making of the film, a selection of deleted and extended scenes, a bonus stage performance from the cast, and the film's original theatrical trailer.
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- [Wide Screen]
- [Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround]
Cast & Crew
|Robin De Jesus||Michael|
|Don Dixon||Bert Hanley|
|Holly Becker||Executive Producer|
|Linda Cohen||Musical Direction/Supervision|
|Dina Goldman||Production Designer|
|Caroline Kaplan||Executive Producer|
|Cecily Kaston||Asst. Director|
|Miriam Kazdin||Associate Producer|
|Richard Klubeck||Executive Producer|
|Robert Larrea||Sound/Sound Designer|
|Tora Peterson||Set Decoration/Design|
|Jonathan Sehring||Executive Producer|
|Bradford Simpson||Associate Producer|
|Stephen Trask||Score Composer|
|Dawn Weisberg||Costumes/Costume Designer|
|John Wells||Executive Producer|
1. ...Through My Tears [5:41]
2. Main Title/Off to Camp [2:05]
3. Hot New Kid on the Block [2:34]
4. Auditions/Wild Horses [2:57]
5. The Actor's Agony [1:52]
6. Not Many Like Vlad [2:48]
7. Still Here...Barely [4:17]
8. Substantially Special [5:04]
9. A Fantastic Surprise [2:08]
10. With Friends Like These [:51]
11. Turkey Lurkey Time [5:18]
12. None Too Special [5:36]
13. ...I'm Not Going [2:50]
14. Prettier Than 5 Million [2:58]
15. "Scary Little Girl" [2:52]
16. The Ladies Who Retch [3:16]
17. O Romeo, Poor Romeo [1:50]
18. Two Freaks in a Room [5:40]
19. Birthdays Are a Drag [2:04]
20. I Sing for You [1:29]
21. Never Meet Your Heroes [4:52]
22. Century Plant [7:18]
23. With a Girl! [4:29]
24. The Benefit [2:27]
25. Vlad Has 3 Girlfriends [:45]
26. Here's Where I Stand [3:07]
27. Attention Junkie [6:28]
28. Credits/The Want of a Nail [6:40]
The Making of Camp
Live Cast Performance
Deleted & Extended Scenes
"I Sing for You" - Full Version
Petie Gets the Tap Number
Petie's Tap Number
Other MGM Releases
MGM Means Great Movies
Touching the Void Trailer
The Safety Objects - Play Trailer
It Runs in the Family - Play Trailer
Girls Will Be Girls - Play Trailer
Manic - Play Trailer
A Chorus Line
West Side Story
When Harry Met Sally
Guys and Dolls
Four Weddings and a Funeral
The Cotton Club
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Ilove musical movies, and this was one of the best. the songs continued to run through my head days after i heard it. the movie deals with tough issues, but is still uplifting.
THis movie is not only something for the lgbt community, but for anyone who has ever felt like they couldn't be themselves.
As a gay teen it was good because it showed how all types of people have to supress themselves and what they feel.
I was in theatre for years, but I never thought I was a theatre geek until I saw this movie and got every single joke these kids made. However, my friend who went with me has never even seen a play in her life and she loved it almost as much as I did. There were so many themes that anyone who was ever a teenager can relate to- even the ones who weren't outcasts. All the lovely awkward teenage moments you wish you could forget pop up in this movie... and believe me, that's a good thing.
This movie, though not very widely-known, is fantastic. It shows that homosexuality isn't a disease, but a state of mind, and that it's okay for everyone to be who they truly want to be. And that OCD can, in fact, be sexy.
I loved the Opening Number By the girl called Dee , I think she songs like an angle and the kids that song back up song like angles in an chore . How Shall I See You Trough Tears is like one of the best songs on the soundtrack and who ever wrote the songs should get an award. and i think that camp is one of the best movies with young actors actoress i've seen to date
Camp was a really good movie. It had an awesome storyline, and some even awesomer actors and actresses. It really showed all the trouble that comes with being gay, and an actor. I loved it and if I could I would see it again.
This is the best movie ever. I never enjoyed a movie as much as I did CAMP. It is exactly how my performing arts summer camp was.
This movie takes talented people and allowes us to see how their lives ane, not as some one might think they are but as they are. The life strugles are braught out in the music, and the deap running and offten missunderstood plot opens new dementions into the world never thaught possuble in film. You have to see this movie...!!!
The cast of this movie was so talented. It had great and inspiring music and dancing. It was one of the best movie musicals I have seen in a long time.
CAMP was one of the greatest movies I have seen in a long time. This film captured the way outcasts in normal society had a place to be themselves. I would not be surprised to see these kids on Broadway or in another movie anytime soon
This movie was fantastic! Hands down one of best musicals ever. I loved how all of the characters had some flaw, some realism to them. They weren't all skinny,overbearing people, these kids were just like us. Those kids were so amazing. To pull off the acting, singing, and dancing you know they had to work extremely hard! I would recommend this film to anyone and everyone. If I were a teen who wanted to sing and act and have a little drama I'd want to go to Camp Ovation!
Dan Letterle (vlad) IS SO HOTT
This movie was wonderful. The Cast is such a talented group of young actors/singers that it is amazing! The music reminds me of Rent and other tony-winning shows!
this movie was ok the only reason i really liked it was because of the music...otherwise it sucked
I think I was really able to relate to this movie because I spent the past four years in college studying music. Performers tend to stick together because they tend to be 'different' and are therefore not always accepted amongst the so-called 'normal' people. So they come together- because of their love of art and the bond of being outcasts- to a place where they can fit in. The world of performing arts is in many ways a separate one from the rest of the world, and this movie does an excellent job of portraying it. Just about everyone in the movie reminded me of someone I know. In addition to enjoying the familiarity of the story line, I really enjoyed the singing and dancing. There are some extremely talented singers, as well as some really awesome choreography. This movie may not be for everyone, but it is definitely for those who have experienced the the unique world of the performing arts.
'Camp' is hysterical with its interpretation of the world of dramatic arts but also serious enough to relate modern teenage insecurities as well as rivalries. I've seen this movie a couple of times and I think its rather outstandingly portrayed by the young unknown actors in it. They all have potential to be great performers as they continue on in their acting endevours.
This movie is so uplifting and inspiring. This will make you want to spread your wings and fly.I would recommend this DVD to anyone.
I myself being brought up on Sondheim. I loved the movie, the plot was alright, but the musical numbers were just fantastic! I love musicals, I've been in many, so this inspired me even more. I think it's great.