Rock Camp: The Movie

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    Adam GrahamDetroit News
    [I]f all you want to do is rock, "Rock Camp: The Movie" salutes you.
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    Richard RoeperChicago Sun-Times
    It's inspiring and occasionally touching to hear about amateurs living out their rock 'n' roll fantasies with Roger Daltrey, Alice Cooper and the like.
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    Selome HailuAustin Chronicle
    Rock Camp will be worthwhile for fans of the rockers involved who like a feel-good watch, but it doesn't hold up beyond that.
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    Russ SimmonsKKFI-FM (Kansas City)
    The talking heads include Roger Daltry, Alice Cooper, Gene Simmons, Sammy Hagar and Joe Perry, all of whom seem to be having fun...just like viewers of this movie.
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    Linda and Al LernerMovies and Shakers
    Even though the film is a hodgepodge interspersing music with sage advice and realism about being a rock star, you get to go behind the scenes, seeing the famous at your level as if you went to camp yourself. Play on!
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    Sarah Knight AdamsonSarah's Backstage Pass
    I always appreciate examples of kids and teens being mentored in films, and this one is great! The rock royalty includes--Roger Daultry, Joe Perry, Slash, Clarence Clemons, Meat Loaf, and Joe Walsh, along with Paul Stanley and Gene Simmons, of Kiss.
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    Edwin ArnaudinAsheville Movies
    Entertaining and occasionally moving, but plays more like an infomercial than a film.
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    Patrick McDonaldHollywoodChicago.com
    A rock doc about the never-die question of every fan's dream... can I be a rock n roll star, at least through the duration of a fantasy camp? Rock n roll keeps saving souls!
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    Loren KingNewport This Week (RI)
    [Rock Camp] certainly won't change the world, but it provides the pure pleasure of seeing people having fun simply by making music.
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    Jeffrey M. AndersonCommon Sense Media
    Even though it's a bit shallow, under-explored, and self-serving, this documentary still manages to capture the joy and healing power of music, as well as the dream of being a rock star.
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