Reboot Camp

Movie review by Brian Costello, Common Sense Media
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age 15+

Mockumentary satirizes self-help cults; sex, language.

NR 2020 91 minutes

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age 14+

a cautionary tale

I think the CS reviewer completely missed the point of this film. It's a cautionary tale about con artists and the manipulation tactics they use disguised as a comedy. And yes there is a lot of swearing but it's part of the ridiculous therapy called "angry yoga", so it serves a purpose. showed it to my teens and they "got" it...

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age 14+

stand on a sofa!

Reboot Camp is a cautionary tale about what happens when you mess with people and try to fool bites you in the butt. the cast is great and the story is plausible....many gurus out there. It's a spoof/satire and a lot of the humor is tongue-in-cheek, which might be lost on some viewers. there's plenty of physical comedy too, like animal yoga and standing on sofa and angry polaroids that make Ja Rule and David Koechner break into song.... tons of known faces from reality TV too as self absorbed visitors dealing with issues of fame and other stuff. My favorite was Ed Begley though, total dead pan and a hysterical spat with his wife.

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