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Camp Harlow

By Grace Montgomery, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 10+

Preachy religious drama has bullying, some mature themes.

Movie NR 2014 87 minutes
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Non-Christian viewers will probably find it hard to relate to this very faith-based, preachy drama. CAMP HARLOW is almost exclusively about learning about becoming a Christian and nurturing your growing faith, though there are also some universal messages about treating others nicely and the importance of teamwork. And viewers hoping for horses (implied by the cover) will be disappointed that Gracie the horse plays a very minor role in Alex's transformation.

Christian tweens and young teens may find the themes more engaging, and there's a lot of contemporary Christian music that may be appealing, but they might also be disappointed in the mediocre acting and obvious plot.

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