Stagedoor features unremarkable rehearsal footage (exhibitionists make poor subjects for vérité documentaries) and thoughtful but unsurprising interviews with camp counselors and parents. The parents are grateful that their kids are in a place where they can feel normal. The counselors are worried that there’s too much American Idol–style ruthless competition. How any histrionic soul survives adolescence I’ve no idea.
By rights there ought to be a review here of The Da Vinci Code, but the studio is keeping it under wraps, and a timely review is impossible. The Internet to the rescue! On Thursday, log back to be the first on your block to know if Jesus has anything to worry about.