Wednesday, August 26, 2009



Yesterday a suspenseful new movie came out on DVD.  The film, Boot Camp, stars Everwood's Gregory Smith, Forgetting Sarah Marshall's Mila Kunis, and the exceptional Peter Stormare, whom you may know from Armageddon or Prison Break.  The new film, coming straight to DVD, tells the tale of Sophie (Kunis) who gets sent to an attitude adjustment camp for juveniles with a panache for making trouble.  But the camp isn't what the kids' parents think.  Instead of being turned into model citizens the kids are brutalized and brainwashed into submission.  Amazingly the movie is based on a true story.  You can see the full press release below and pick up the DVD at your local store.


 

Gregory Smith, Mila Kunis And Peter Stormare Star In The Gritty
Psychological Action Thriller Escaping Onto Unrated DVD
August 25 From MGM Home Entertainment

 

LOS ANGELES, CA – Wildly disobedient and unruly teens are sent to a state-of-the-art deluxe institution…or so their parents think, in the instense, suspenseful thriller Boot Camp, breaking out on Unrated DVD August 25 from MGM Home Entertainment.  Directed and produced by Emmy® nominee* Christian Duguay (“Joan of Arc”) and starring Gregory Smith (“Everwood”), Mila Kunis (Forgetting Sarah Marshall), and Peter Stormare (Fargo), Boot Camp is based on true events and follows a group of troubled teens sent to a boot camp facility on the tropical island of Fiji.  Trapped on an island with no rules, no walls and no way out, the teens endure unimaginable physical and emotional abuse that leaves them brainwashed, isolated and close to death.  Lead by Sophie Bauer (Kunis), and her determined boyfriend Ben (Smith), the prisoners must band together in an attempt to find a way out, with the camp’s director Dr. Hail (Stormare) doing everything in his power to keep the facilities under complete control.  Will the convicts take over before it’s too late or will they have to stay and tolerate the violent behavior of the doctor and his crew on the island? 

Synopsis

Sophie Bauer’s attitude and behavior towards her stepfather gets her sent to a high-tech ‘tough love’ rehabilitation program for troubled teens called Camp Serenity.  Located on the island of Fiji, the facility is a penitentiary-style boot camp where teenagers are brutalized and brainwashed.  After intentionally causing problems at home, Sophie’s boyfriend Ben arranges to get sent to the camp to try and rescue her. 

 

DVD Specs

The Boot Camp DVD is presented in widescreen (1.85:1) format with English 5.1 Dolby Surround sound and English subtitles.

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