Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam - Review

There's nothing so rousing as a show about putting on a show. A catchy song or a great dance sequence or a gut-wrenching key change can atone for many a plot hole (Glee), exhausted cliché (High School Musical), or absurd premise (Hannah Montana). Disney Channel's Camp Rock franchise proves no exception to this rule: While it adds nothing to the teen-musical genre, it'll certainly kick your mood up a few notches.

Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam reunites the Jonas Brothers and Demi Lovato from the original 2008 TV movie - a huge hit for the channel that capitalized on the Jonases' stardom just as they were crossing over into mainstream consciousness. Now old pros, the brothers return, assibling band Connect 3, to spend their summer at Camp Rock during a break from touring so lead singer Shane (Joe Jonas) can spend quality time with girlfriend Mitchie Torres (the dependably appealing Lovato). But a rivalry with the slick new Camp Star across the river cuts into their romantic plans as they attempt to save Camp Rock from financial ruin by winning - yes, please! - a televised performance showdown.

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