Family Camp (Review and Giveaway)

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Family Camp is a faith-based family comedy from The Skit Guys, opening in theaters on May 13. 

This movie truly is fun (and funny!) for the whole family. Have you ever heard of The Skit Guys? I remember seeing them on YouTube years ago and they were a breath of fresh air. Comedy is so tricky. As a Christian, it is nearly impossible to attend a comedy club because the standards don't line up. Before my Christian days, I enjoyed a good comedy routine but that is doable anymore. Now, thanks to YouTube, and The Skit Guys, I can take a break and have a good wholesome hearty laugh once in a while.

How exciting that The Skit Guys are debuting on the big screen? They are taking their humor to the next level and using it in film. So great!

If you have never been introduced to The Skit Guys, they are Tommy Woodard and Eddie James. Other cast members include Leigh-Allyn Baker, Gigi Orsillo, Robert Amaya (“Courageous”), Cece Kelly, Mark Christopher Lawrence, and social media sensation/comedian Heather Land. 

Let's talk about Leigh-Allyn Baker for a minute. Now, I am not a Disney person. I don't watch Disney, and I don't allow my kids to. I haven't in my fifteen years of parenting. This means I had no clue who she was but I do now! I found out that she left Disney and is fully promoting faith-based, family-friendly films and is done with Hollywood. Plus, she also has vaccine-injured children (I'm praying for healing for them!) and is determined to fight for freedom and truth when it comes to the current pandemic. I watched a school board meeting where she took a stand against masks and stood up for freedom and the Bible. Good for her. That is something I can, and will stand behind.

We need to support those who take a stand when given a platform. The media may have tried to cancel her but I say we get out there and support films like this so Hollywood knows we won't give in to their narrative. They will no longer dictate to us what we want to watch but we will tell them what we as Christians want to watch. By getting out there and watching this film this weekend, we are letting Hollywood know we want to see more movies like this!

While there should be an endless supply, it sure feels as if we are running low on hope these days. Family Camp combines hope with humor in an encouraging movie. 

There is nothing better than seeing a movie in a full theater with your people. Take your group from church, school, the neighborhood, to see it together. www.familycampmovie.- com/groups. 

When their pastor encourages the congregation to sign-up for a week away at family camp, Grace (Leigh-Allyn Baker) believes she’s found the perfect cure for her imperfect clan—even if they’d all rather be anywhere but at rustic Camp Katokwah. Want to know how and why this film came to be? Check out this fantastic interview!

What are you doing this Friday? Take your family out to a movie and get some ice cream afterward! And not just any movie, a good, wholesome family movie where you don't need to worry about language or inappropriate scenes. Family Camp is good clean fun, perfect for the entire family. Get your tickets now and make a night of it!

I hope The Skit Guys create more heartwarming films like this one. My only confusion with this movie was one of the storylines never came to a close. Like any good movie, several storylines were introduced throughout the movie, one father worked hard and was fixing to close an important deal at work. Another storyline dealt with a child obsessed with his video camera and hoped to catch bigfoot on camera. Other storylines followed. One of the main ones never came to a close and I am not quite sure why. Overall, the movie taught valuable lessons, brought lots of laughter, and was so much fun for my entire family. 

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Disclaimer: Many thanks to K-LOVE Films for providing a sample of the product for this review. Opinions are 100% my own. 

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  1. This looks like a movie we would really enjoy, and could fully support! Thanks for sharing the trailer.

  2. Looks like a fun movie. I would see it with my mom.

  3. I hadn't realized it was a faith based movie! We were going to pass because I figured it was another "family" movie that really wasn't. lol Maybe we'll actually go see it now.

  4. I would take my daughter!

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