Written April 21, 2013
Great movie! I loved it!! An intimate insight into what happens at Royal Family Kids Camp for these foster kids. They get loved on and see a glimpse of who God is and how much He loves them. You will laugh and cry. Bring your tissues!
Written April 20, 2013
This is an endearing movie. The beginning grips your heart as you see the literally wasted life of both mother and son. Then you get to see a self-centered rich, young stud agreeing to be part of a camp that is the only solice for any of the kids attending. As a kid's minister, I got pretty angry at the main character Ken Matthews (Michael Mattera). But that made it even better to see the change in both Ken and his camper, Eli.
This is a must see. You will cry, you will laugh, you will be amazed that this is all based on a camper's real life experience. AND almost half of the proceeds go to support this camp.
And what a boon for the lead actor Michael Mattera, who played his part SO well, even though it was his first lead in a major motion picture!
Wish we had more movies like this one.
Take the time to enjoy this movie. It had limited release and little advertising. But you will love it!
BTW parents, there is a bit of minor profanity, but no more than you see on TV.
Written April 06, 2013
I took my 11 and 14 year old boys to see CAMP. We loved this movie. The story is well writen and the acting is great. There's a little bit of everything - comedy, drama, romance. It's a heartwarming story. All three of us cried-and that says alot for my boys to cry. Go see this movie.
Written April 18, 2013
I went to see it with two of my friends. We cried at lot. The kids background histories are a reality.
Eli would steal your heart.
There will be moments when you want to kill Ken but, he will win your heart too at the end.
I really, really recommend it!
Written March 29, 2013
I hope more theaters bring this movie in, it is a message that needs to be shared. Just like "Ken's" experience, it changes your life!
RFKC is the best!!!