Reboot Camp (2020)

Ed Begley Jr., Chaz Bono,
Reboot Camp is a movie starring David Lipper, Keli Price, and David Koechner. After finding out that his wife has blown their life savings on self-help gurus, Seymour teams up with his brother Danny, a filmmaker, to document how...
  • 5.8 /10.0 IMDB Rating:
  • DatePublished:
  • 2019-10-17 Added:
  • Writer:
  • Ivo Raza, Director:
  • James Johnston, David Lipper, Tina Sutakanat, Producer:

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5 / 10

A comedy without laughs...

Well, I have to admit that I was expecting a tad more in the laughs department from the 2020 movie titled "Reboot Camp" when I sat down to watch it here in 2021. Sure, I hadn't even heard about the movie prior to watching it, but I stumbled upon it and found its synopsis to be alluring.

And while "Reboot Camp" is a watchable movie, it was hardly an outstanding movie experience, nor is it a movie that I will ever be returning to watch a second time. Why? Well, simply because "Reboot Camp" doesn't have the material in its contents to support more than a single viewing.

"Reboot Camp" is labeled as a comedy, but it is not the type of comedy that brought about much of any laughs, nor even a smile. It is, however, the type of comedy that takes something and pokes fun at it. And yeah, I will say that the storyline told in "Reboot Camp", as written by writer and director Ivo Raza, definitely was interesting and had some very nice aspects to it. But I just feel that the movie failed as a comedy. It was more of a farce in a way.

The acting performances in the movie were good, and they actually managed to get together a good group of actors and actresses to play the characters in the movie. And they also had a good handful of bigger names on the cast list, though just showing up for minor roles.

Ivo Raza managed to make a very unique and distinct movie here with "Reboot Camp". But it just ultimately wasn't a movie that left much of a lasting impression. I found the movie to be watchable for a single viewing. But it is hardly a movie that I would recommend you rush out to find at all costs.

My rating of "Reboot Camp" lands on a mediocre five out of ten stars.

10 / 10

Stupid funny.

The movie was Stupid funny.l but it was just the way I like it.

10 / 10

Fun watch!

Gotta hand it to Ivo Raza for coming up with a unique take on a timely topic and making it a fun watch!

9 / 10

Subversively funny

All it takes for enlightenment is "Stand on a sofa" I mean come on. Animal yoga!! I was chuckling throughout this film. It's tackling some real issues namely the danger of listening to so called gurus and their supposedly enlightened 'ahem' wisdom. It's really funny if you get the subversion and tongue in cheek jab at society. Come experience the rebirt.

10 / 10

Never underestimate the power of stupid people in a group

"Never underestimate the power of stupid people in a group" says it all. This movie has managed to address reasons why people join self help groups (or cults) in a tasteful, comedic way. I know a lot of people that would do the exercises in this movie, even the most outrageous ones. My ex used to attend Tony Robbins seminars, amongst others, when he was feeling lost. I can't tell you how much he spent on self help books and seminars before he was able to pull himself together. You will probably see some of these characters in people you know in real life! Very entertaining!