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Plot: Mitchie can't wait to return to camp rock so that she and nice guy rock star Shane can spend the summer making music and having fun with their friends and band mates. But Shane finds himself too busy teaching classes and helping Uncle Brown run the camp to have much fun. Mitchie meets a handsome and talented musician (Luke) from the slick new camp across the lake, and he has all the time in the world for her. All Mitchie's loyalties are tested and she eventually has to choose between Shane and Luke at a dramatic battle of the bands between the rival camps. Runtime: 97 mins Release Date: 02 Sep 2010
First off, let me start by saying that I only started watching Disney channel when I had my first child 2 years ago and I have seen some of the cheesiest acting on that channel possible. Enter the rare ray of sunshine known as Demi Levato and all that changes. I tune in to watch Sonny with a Chance every week, with the kids of course, and I am always entertained by Demi. Same goes here. Needless to say, I think this was an amazing effort by Disney to put out a quality film for both kids and adults alike and coming from a musical and dance background myself,I was captivated by every moment. <more>
Bravo gang and hope to see you back for a third summer.
Pretty Good, but coulda been better. (by watershore_25)
It terms of a musical, I loved it. i love Disney movies/musicals and this one was pretty well done except for a couple of things. a This movie seemed to be like a Joe and Demi movie as the other main characters were barely in the movie. b I like Tess. She has an amazing voice but she was barely in the movie at all and when she was, she had very few lines. c What was the point of that guy from Camp Star? He was so annoying and he had no point in the movie. If anything, he was obnoxious which symbolized Camp Star.If they make a Camp rock 3, I would STRONGLY advise them to NOT make the movie <more>
all about Joe and Demi's relationship. Like I understand that they are the main main characters, but other like Tess, Peggy, Caitlyn and the other beloved characters need to have WAY MORE screen time. A plus is that the songs were AH-MAZING! And the dance numbers are so great and the chemistry between the characters is undeniable. Once again, Disney makes me feel like a little kid again Im 18 and Im so grateful for it. I love Demi's voice. The songs are catchy. GREAT MOVIE! But a few things need to be changed!
"Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam" is super fantastic. 5* 10/10 This movie shows music. "Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam" shows that it is not necessary to make show that we are good, because even getting nothing can be something beneficial for this life. "Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam" shows that it is not necessary to make show that we are good, because even getting nothing can be something beneficial for this life. "Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam" shows that it is not necessary to make show that we are good, because even getting nothing can be something beneficial for <more>
this life. "Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam" shows that it is not necessary to make show that we are good, because even getting nothing can be something beneficial for this life. "Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam" shows that it is not necessary to make show that we are good, because even getting nothing can be something beneficial for this life.
I'll just come out and say it; I have never really been much of a Jonas Brothers fan, nor one of the Camp Rock franchise. I like Demi Lovato as a singer and actress, although the first Camp Rock movie was a bit disappointing to me.Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam was entirely different. I had the opportunity to view it two days before it's television release from my cable company, and after watching it with my six year old neighbor, I loved it. I found myself singing the songs after the movie was over, and throughout the rest of the day. Sure enough, the next day I watched it again. And <more>
then again the morning of the premiere... and then the premiere that night. Yep, four times.It's a totally different movie from the first, in my opinion. I love that there was more character development, as well as a more interesting plot line, what I think is better music, and overall a better performance.I loved the chemistry going between Mitchie and Shane, and the struggles that they had as the pressures of the Camp Wars got to them. I wasn't too hot on Nate and Dana together, as I'd prefer Nate and Caitlyn : The ending surprised me most - it's the most un-Disney movie ending I've seen. In HSM, they won the game. In Den Brother, the kid was allowed to be the troop mom or whatever . Here, they lost... yet still won. So I guess it's still pretty Disney.The Jonas Brothers were good actors, surprisingly funny, and proved that they could so comedy, drama, and most everything in between.Demi is an all-around great performer. No other words.I don't give it a full 10 star rating because some of the supporting actors bothered me. They weren't the best. Otherwise, the songs were catchy, dancing was awesome, and overall, a great movie. You could say that I'm coming down with Jonas Fever now... ;
They're Bringing You Viewers the Fire! (by aaronjbong)
When the "High School Musical" franchise's main series ended on 2008, the first "Camp Rock" rose to fame and so as musical films by Disney Channel. Soon, many are made but didn't reach the heights of "High School Musical 2". Two years after the first "Camp Rock" with it heavily advertised by its single "It's On", "Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam" goes damn straight to strike TVs around the world trying to set a new record high defeating "High School Musical 2's" record.Here, Demi Lovato returns as Mitchie Toress <more>
for another summer with Camp Rock with her friends. When on her way to Camp Rock, she found that there's Camp Star or another camp across the lake owned by Axel Turner or Brown's friend, owner of Camp Rock's rival now. Invited by Camp Star for a "bonfire", Camp Star's main spotlight, Luke Williams gave a performance and soon, Camp Rock was in danger of being closed down. At stake, Mitchie challenges them to an ultimate showdown deciding who should continue, Camp Rock or Camp Star.Unlike the "High School Musical" movies which always have the same sound, nothing so different except for the third movie, "Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam's" music has a different sound very conspicuous from the first one. It's growing different as it ages with its viewers who are also growing older. The music I guess in this film has much more mature themes than the first film's music does. And so, the music was a very praised part of the movie.The story is not really changeable due to its target of audience. I don't think this would have to be perfect as children's minds are still young and so, if they put a sophisticated and hard-to-understand stories, children would have no way of what they're talking about. Maybe for adults, they would think that this is a very simple story. But, anyways, it's a musical film and the plot doesn't have to be so original like "Inception" or something.By the way, what also makes Camp Rock at stake is that because Camp Star has much better features. Despite only having some normal cabins in Camp Rock, Camp Star's cabins are air-conditioned, their stage is huge and more advanced than Camp Rock's but they have a very tight schedule which eliminates fun.I'm not going to talk more about the plot or else I'm going to spoil your enjoyment of the film.The acting. As always, Demi has been energetic with her singing and dancing. She was just great with her performance. How about the Jonas Brothers? They're better than before and their role here is much larger than theirs in the first. With new appearances from Matthew "Mdot" Finley and Chloe Bridges, the whole cast was just so amazing.As most Disney films do, "Camp Rock 2" has a moral. The moral is quite easy to find out. If you want it then it's "If you are united, everything is within reach or possible", simple as that. This review is getting too long so I'm going to shorten up starting here. The humors here play a larger role than in the first film if you notice. The choreography with the music grows and they're breathtaking. The special effects, well I don't need to talk about that. The directing is also different as the director changes. "Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam" overall is a great film for your kids to enjoy. Not only having a different sound on the music, it has much more music which can total up to fourteen different songs. Overall, this film is easily to be enjoyable and a movie which will stay on children's hearts.Prince AJB's rating: 8/10Thank for reading my review on "Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam" and hope it's useful.
It's all about the music (by meclaudius-851-522520)
Having children has turned me on to bubble-gum pop, and it doesn't get much tastier than Camp Rock 2. The songs are catchy, but there's real emotion behind the writing and execution, more than there needed to be, and certainly more than the air-headed High School Musical films. When Demi Lovato sings "Can't Back Down," there's a certain gravity and toughness to the performance, and the song rocks like a boxing training montage. The background dancer's moves are somewhere between martial arts and sign language, and are executed with chilling precision. In <more>
contrast, "It's On" bounces with youthful energy, although I admit to being puzzled when putting the captions on "let me see how you bob" will haunt me for months to come . The Camp Star numbers are all Vegas and Cirque glitz, and newcomer Mdot Finley owns the stage like an R&B Bono. The bittersweet "This Is Our Song," sung as the campers gather around a fire and uncertain of the fate of a place they've grown to love, turns defeat into victory by the sheer joy of singing in unison, of harmonizing with people you've bonded with. Do I take this stuff too seriously? Undoubtedly I do, but put that down to the genius of the songwriters and the likable performers Disney has under their wing. Well done.
If you've watched Camp Rock, you'll surely enjoy the movie. If you haven't, and you enjoyed High School Musical 2, you'll definitely enjoy the movie as this movie is way better than HSM2 or HSM3.Camp Rock 2 is very entertaining in terms of music and dance.The plot has changed in a big way, unfortunately, this time, major characters in the first movie like Tess, Peggy, Ella and other Camp Rockers didn't get to enjoy much screen time, in fact, it was very noticeable that Meaghan didn't get screen time at all especially if Demi was around. She was always at the back, <more>
dancing or back up singing. By the end of the movie, you'll be missing and wondering where Meaghan Martin's gone to.Demi Lovato is noticeably very, very charming in the movie. I, myself enjoy the scenes every time she's on and singing. She works the camera well. Her scenes and chemistry with Joe Jonas are also entertaining, JEMI fans will be delighted. Her chemistry with Joe hasn't died and she brings out a lot of charisma in the movie. Demi and Joe's voices blend together so well, you'll appreciate their many duets.I believe the supposed comedian of the Connect 3 was Joe Shane , but his presence is always topped by Demi Lovato's, Nick's or sometimes even Kevin's presence.Nick Jonas is adorable in the movie! He's even got more charm than Joe does and his song Introducing Me, was very catchy and charming at the same time.Kevin Jonas is very charismatic as well and I believe he plays his character the best out of all the Jonas. Frankie was cute too.I don't mind much that Camp Rock 2 has become more of Demi Lovato and the Jonas Brothers' movie, but it kind of edged the first movie's intentions a little.But I do appreciate the music and dance. Highly entertaining.Demi Lovato's acting has improved, Nick and Joe Jonas tries but their charm carries most of their acting out.The Jonas Brothers song Heart and Soul was awesome.Meaghan Martin was very much missed in this movie. Her scenes were short but you'll never fail to notice her as her bangs rock and she always looks gorgeous. She played her character the best out of all in the first movie but this time, she didn't get much chance to stand her ground at all.The plot line revolving around Chloe Bridges and Nick Jonas was very unrealistic the charm bracelet flying all the way over to Nick, I still cannot get over! and a little exaggerated I do not understand her sentiments at all! but she definitely has charisma and Nick's adorable song is enough to win a young audience over.I recommend this movie for young audiences and those young at heart. :