[REL] Camp Nowhere (1994)

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[REL] Camp Nowhere (1994)

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Should already be in REL but if not try this - loads of sources

Like this post to see ed2k links  [806.07 Mb]

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It was? Sorry about that. Thanks billanben.
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Re: [REL] Camp Nowhere (1994)

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The Camp Nowhere file says "Camp.Nowhere.ShareVirus.avi"
What does that mean??
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Re: [REL] Camp Nowhere (1994)

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dunno but scanned it with av and anti trojan (ewido) and seems ok
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Re: [REL] Camp Nowhere (1994)

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Means it was released from http://www.sharevirus.com/. ;)
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emuler wrote:Means it was released from http://www.sharevirus.com/. ;)
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Re: [REL] Camp Nowhere (1994)

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Please move to REL admins
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Re: [REL] Camp Nowhere (1994)

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some stuff for firstpost:

"The history of the teen summer camp movie is far from exalted, and the opening moments of "Camp Nowhere" may make you fear that it's another "Meatballs." Oddly enough, though, it turns out to be nothing of the sort. Instead of the usual coming-of-age coarseness, this celebration of kid power is a rather tame affair. It's sweet, likable and even vaguely hip. It's a relief to see a children's film that portrays kids as resourceful and self-reliant.

Directed by Jonathan Prince, "Camp Nowhere" is old-fashioned and borderline corny, but here and there the comedy turns delightfully weird. For example, Parents' Day includes a hilarious kids' production of a scene from "A Streetcar Named Desire" as part of what the campers call "Tennessee for Tots.""
http://www.campnowhere.com/reviews.htm

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