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Magic Rock (2001)

| Drama, Family, Comedy
When a beloved Summer Camp Director dies, the popular boys' haven will be closed by the heartless Attorney who inherits it unless a dedicated young Camp Counselor can change his mind over ... See full summary »

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Bradley Gallo
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Cast

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Bradley Gallo ... T.J.
Tom Delaney Tom Delaney ... Bud
Miko Hughes ... Jesse
William Stone Mahoney William Stone Mahoney ... Walter (as William Mahoney)
Erik Parillo ... Richard
Kimberly Jay Thomas Kimberly Jay Thomas ... Eve
Edward Winrow Edward Winrow ... Bob Rosenberg
Andrea Gallo Andrea Gallo ... T.J.'s Mom
William Gallo II William Gallo II ... T.J.'s Dad (as William Gallo)
Adam Busch ... Kyle
Matt Burns Matt Burns ... Dude Counselor
Eli Gelb ... Mookie
Jimmy McQuaid Jimmy McQuaid ... Cody
Ross Gallo Ross Gallo ... Blake
Daryl Wein ... Tanner
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When a beloved Summer Camp Director dies, the popular boys' haven will be closed by the heartless Attorney who inherits it unless a dedicated young Camp Counselor can change his mind over one last summer, with the comic help of his oddball Campers. MAGIC ROCK is the uplifting tale of the loyal camaraderie, life-defining choices, camp hi-jinks and summer magic that can make campfire memories last a lifetime. Written by Anonymous

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The heartwarming story of a camp counselor and his campers struggling to save their beloved summer camp as they discover the magic of life.


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

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Color

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2.35 : 1
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A Moment Together
Written by Mikey Wax
Performed by Mikey Wax
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these comments are surreal and intrusive of political jargon
24 April 2003 | by dchahineSee all my reviews

Basically when it comes down the isoteric duplicitness then The Magic Rock can keep on rocking, if you will. It is a dynamic story of catatonic portrayals of sharp curiosity. Daryl Weins' role in this film is both therapeutic and collodial.


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