Very fun movie. My whole family smiled and laughed the whole way through. It kind of makes fun of itself along the way, which is hilarious. I rated it for kids as low as 3 year olds, although not every 3 year old would get it, because we've had foster kids that young, and they love high energy music like this and get the jist of this story. I'd be careful about criticizing it for being un-Christian. It definitely is not a movie that presents come-to-Jesus conversion for the main character. I see the movie as presenting Christian camp from the viewpoint of the main character (for whom the theology undergirding the love he is experiencing goes over his head and isn't something he notices) than a number of critics that I have seen elsewhere on the internet give it credit for. It struck me as being true to the experience of a number of youth who encounter intense Christian community at camp for the first time. While some youth do get it right away and the first act of God in the youth's life is dramatic conversion in one week, for others a lot of the full message goes over their heads and the work of God in their life is more like a first step of deciding that there is something about this community that is different, that it is a place where they are safe enough to actually believe they are loved and to want to connect. That is, frankly, a huge miracle in the life of a foster kid who has been in 22 homes, like the main character in this story. That being more of the story line, the movie is not evangelizing the audience. The movie is not a theological teaching tool to explain to a non-Christian who Jesus is. I don't think that makes it un-Christian, though. In short, this is a very fun movie that tells experience of Christian camp from a perspective of a resistant, nonChristian foster kid, and it blessed me.