In order to win the heart of counselor Cindy Keyes, kitchen boy Will Cross comes to realize that becoming King of the Camp takes much more than beating tough guy Chase Gunn in a wake boarding competition. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
King of the Camp
In order to win the heart of counselor Cindy Keyes, kitchen boy Will Cross comes to realize that becoming King of the Camp takes much more than beating tough guy Chase Gunn in a wake boarding competition.
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Manny X (br) wrote: Jamie Dornan and Dakota Johnson's faces at least deserve one star lol.
Timm S (ag) wrote: The Authentic Location Shots & Mix Of Turkish Actors Certain Entice You Into The Mysterious Story..But It Is Just So Damned Slow, No Soundtrack What-So-Ever..It Really Is A Commitment To Watch. I Found It Difficult & Thus Was Not As Amused As It Seems Everyone Else Was.
Robby B (ca) wrote: It's a small movie. It's a zombie movie not about zombies. Perhaps a bit slow, but not without its charm.
kwanjana k (it) wrote: "Next level? How many levels are there?"
Jitu R (ag) wrote: Not upto the standards of the book. (or even radio drama on BBC), great special effects and acting, but the whole usual Hollywood ending of world being saved etc is getting to be a bit boring. 55% from me!! ( just for special effects...??)
Michael C (ag) wrote: Not only does this movie have an awesome plot, but it has every working actor and actress in Hollywood, along with every musician they could get their hands on. The crazy thing is that it all works! So much excitement and intense moments. Everybody should see this!
Andrew T (us) wrote: i went to this school for 10 years. paul is not that bad!! this movie is awesome
annie g (nl) wrote: Ok, mi aspettavo tutto un altro film, quindi a parte qualche bel momento, non mi ha lasciato.. niente. (Patrick White splendido)
Micheline S (ru) wrote: was not bad for a family movie
Elgan D (ru) wrote: A picture constituing a few quirky characters that get into some unusual situations which doesn't create a satisfactory or coherent film. Douglas and Downey Jr are both good but not a movie I really got into.
Hala B (es) wrote: Angela Bassett going HAM
Seychelle G (ca) wrote: Did not like the storyline.
Konrad R (ru) wrote: One of my favourite Herzog's movies, next to 'Aguirre' and 'Nosferatu'. Of course provided that you like this kind of one-actor movie with contractual depiction of the world that resembles theatre play. Plus of course Popol Vuh music creates this oniric atmosphere unique to Herzog's films.
Antonius B (de) wrote: This film is full of joy and a real celebration of African-American entertainment in 1943. The premise is that Bill 'Bojangles' Robinson is looking back on a life in entertainment, and as he reminisces, we see one brilliant performance after another from a galaxy of stars. There's Robinson himself, of course, who at age 65 dances infectiously throughout the movie, but my favorites were his 'sand dance' on a riverboat, and his tap dancing on giant bongos. I loved seeing Fats Waller performing 'That Ain't Right' with Ada Brown, and then 'Ain't Misbehaving', his eyebrows all a-twitter. There's Lena Horne singing the title song, 'Stormy Weather' with a great segue to an imagined scene out the window which featured the stylish and sultry dancing of Katherine Dunham and her troupe (which reminded me of the Gene Kelly/Cyd Charisse number 12 years later in 'Singin' in the Rain'). The high-octane Cab Calloway and his orchestra play 'Jumpin' Jive', which included an amazing dance sequence by the Nicholas Brothers, who leap high and land in so many splits you wonder how their bodies can possibly take it. And those are just the highlights - this film is jam packed in its 78 minutes, with numbers that demonstrate stunning creativity and musicality. There are a few stereotypes which sneak in, including comedians in blackface, but those elements are small, and the spirit of the movie soars. It may have less plot development, less nuance in its characters, and less polish than white musicals at the time, and could be rightly criticized as reducing its African-American stars to 'just entertainers'. On the other hand, this was the state of America at the time, the movie represents a step forward, and I was very happy for what I did see, instead of disheartened for what I did not. Perhaps thought of another way, the entertainers' performances are so brilliant they transcend the narrow framework they're placed in, exploding off the screen. How sad it is that Fats Waller would die just a few months after its release, and that this would be Robinson's last film, but how wonderful that all of these performances were captured in this beautiful little movie.
Amara N (ru) wrote: Terrible. The entire prospect of Eragon is disgusting to me. Its an obvious Lord of the Rings wannabe.Christopher Paolini logic** Hmm, you know what I should do? Publish a book exactly like Lord of the Rings except without hobbits, and a make a ton of money!How was sure a failure even warranted in the first olace?!