Magic Camp (2020) Full Movie

Magic Camp
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Magic Camp (2020) : Andy, at the urging of his former mentor and Magic Camp owner Roy Preston, returns to the camp of his youth hoping to reignite his career. Instead, he finds inspiration in his ragtag bunch of rookie magicians.

Title Magic Camp (2020)
Release Date Aug 14, 2020
Genres , ,
Production Company Team Todd, Gunn Films, Walt Disney Pictures
Production Countries United States of America
Casts Adam DeVine, Jeffrey Tambor, Gillian Jacobs, Nathaniel Logan McIntyre, Cole Sand, Isabella Crovetti, Josie Totah, Izabella Alvarez, Hayden Crawford, Bianca Grava, Aldis Hodge
Plot Keywords family, kids, magic camp
Andy Tuckerman
Andy Tuckerman
Adam DeVine
Roy Preston
Roy Preston
Jeffrey Tambor
Christina Darkwood
Christina Darkwood
Gillian Jacobs
Theo
Theo
Nathaniel Logan McIntyre
Nathan
Nathan
Cole Sand
Ruth
Ruth
Isabella Crovetti
Judd
Judd
Josie Totah
Vera
Vera
Izabella Alvarez
Vic
Vic
Hayden Crawford
Janelle
Janelle
Bianca Grava
Theo's Dad
Theo's Dad
Aldis Hodge
Theo's Mom
Theo's Mom
Rochelle Aytes
Lena
Lena
Krystal Joy Brown
Xerxes
Xerxes
Desmond Chiam
Young Cameron
Young Cameron
Lonnie Chavis
Randall - Bird Boy
Randall - Bird Boy
Riley Siegler
Guy in Taxi
Guy in Taxi
Justin Willman
Girl in Taxi
Girl in Taxi
Verona Blue
Taxi Shake Guy
Taxi Shake Guy
Nick Bush
Bridesmaid
Bridesmaid
Chauntal Lewis
Bridesmaid
Bridesmaid
Lexi Marman
Bridesmaid
Bridesmaid
Charlet Chung
Bride
Bride
Madison Bontempo
Old Lady
Old Lady
Edith Fields
Nathan's Dad
Nathan's Dad
Tom Lommel
Nathan's Mom
Nathan's Mom
Rebecca Metz
Driver - 'Hamilton'
Driver - 'Hamilton'
Michael Anastasia
Vic Accomplice
Vic Accomplice
Serena Aarniokoski
Candy Clerk
Candy Clerk
Victor Buno
Townie Teen
Townie Teen
Jor-el Vaasborg
Townie Teen
Townie Teen
Jono Cota
Volunteer (at Andy's Show)
Volunteer (at Andy's Show)
Ego Nwodim
Casino Manager
Casino Manager
Willie Garson
Nathan Volunteer #1
Nathan Volunteer #1
Joe Alvarez
Nathan Volunteer #2
Nathan Volunteer #2
Nicole Lynn Evans
Lorraine  (uncredited)
Lorraine (uncredited)
Rosalind Chao
Maid of Honor  (uncredited)
Maid of Honor (uncredited)
Chauntal Lewis
Hero Heart  (uncredited)
Hero Heart (uncredited)
Ryker Baloun

Reviews

  • Kamurai

    Great watch, will watch again, and do recommend. I saw Adam Devine first (on Disney+ of all places, he's not usually Disney compliant), and said, "Oh this will be good, at least I won't have to pay close attention.", then saw "Magic Camp", and said, "Sold!", knowing I'd have to be watching magic tricks. I'm a fan of magic, but I tend to watch them like I do movies, critically. And when they're in movies ("Now You See Me") what you're actually watching for is what is semi-legitimate and what is a movie magic effect. While the beginning is a little disappointing, it has to do with the establishing part of the movie. The (obvious) misdirection of it also parallels a magic trick, as does the pace of the movie (and it's directly discussed in the movie.). Suddenly discovering Jillian Jacobs' involvement was great, and so is she, even if she's a part-time antagonist as a rival counselor. Basically, for me, there is a better movie / story in here if you remove Adam Devine as the protagonist. The kids' story(ies) are far more satisfying that the adults, and they very much deserved their own movie. While I see a comparison to "School of Rock", Adam Devine is not Jack Black, and his character doesn't really give the redeemable feel. It might come down to Devine's acting ability, but he's just not likeable. He says and does the things that should make him likeable, but it comes of as disingenuous. He's still a jerk, but he grows to love magic. Again though, this is highly recommended, and I would have loved to just see their talent show as a recorded live performance. If you love magic, then give this a watch.

  • r96sk

    Adam DeVine is good, but 'Magic Camp' is formulaic and plain. It does end up having a minute amount of charm to it, but for the most part it's predictable and cringey - due to its forced, if admittedly hearty, set of narratives for the characters. The ending, when all that comes to the fore, is a little sickly. The magic tricks are done well, mind. DeVine is enjoyable, though I already like him from TV's 'Workaholics' so that may play a part in how I see him in this. Jeffrey Tambor is solid, while Nathaniel McIntyre does a fine job in the lead role. Too queasy for my liking. "Institute of Magic" would've been such a better title, by the way.