Scout Camp The Movie  

Scout Camp The Movie

Take all the best moments of the movies Sandlot and Follow Me Boys, and you have...the new coming-of-age comedy, Scout Camp. The Fire Dragon patrol, with their ever supportive scoutmaster Kerry (Kirby Heyborne, Saints and Soldiers and The R.M.) is headed to Camp Rakhouta for what might be the best week of their lives. But when the legendary Spirit Stick of the prestigious camp goes missing, the entire tradition of the camp is threatened. Now the Fire Dragons, led by York Hayes (Shawn Carter, High School Musical 1, 2, and 3) must do whatever it takes to find the stick, return it, and restore the legacy of the camp.

MPAA Rating: Not Rated
Runtime: Approx. 86 minutes


Dove "Family-Approved" - Suitable for any age.
Dove Quality Rating: 4

Review:
The loyalty and honesty of the Boy Scouts are featured themes in this terrific film. Boys will be boys and the boys of the various troops play practical jokes and sometimes call each other names but they are loyal to their particular squads and they come through when they have to.

The film contains scenes with funny moments. In one scene a scout has a long stick and acts out various well-known skits such as saying, "You're not my father!" and treating the stick like a broom, he says, "I'll get you my pretty!" and "You have my bow, my sword, and my ax!" and "Let my people go!" We are pleased to award our Dove Seal to this film. Go to scout camp with your family by sharing this movie experience.


Content Description:
Sex: A few, "She's a hottie" comments; girl kisses boy on cheek.
Language: O/G-1; Nerd-1; Idiots-1; Crap-1; Stupid-1; comment about "sewer sauce"; Knucklehead-1; a "You guys stink!" comment.
Violence: Some boys put gas on firewood and the Scout Master lights it with a match and a big flame scorches his eye brows; some guys sword fight with poles and one guy is hurt but is okay; kid pokes kid; a leader tells the kids that rules will be obeyed or that spines will be snapped; kids overturn an outhouse as a joke but the young man in it escapes just in time; a scout is pantsed and his underwear is briefly seen.
Drugs: None
Nudity: Shirtless guys; guys in swimwear.
Other: Flatulence in a pool by a character; kids throw water balloons at other kids; a kid spits out eggs; a character is burned by bacon grease but it is not bad.


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