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When Life Was Good (review)

This was actually better than most Canadian produced movies I’ve seen so far. When Life Was Good is a drama about characters struggling emotionally. The film starts out with Brooklyn (Kristine Cofsky) exploring all the

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A Pickle (Review)

A Pickle is a sports-style film about a little boy named Charlie who steps into somebody’s house after breaking their window with his baseball. In the unlocked house, Charlie finds Mack the owner to be

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Movie Night in Canada: 3 to Look For This Weekend

Pretend We’re Kissing – A romantic comedy about two folks who get into a romance over the weekend. Benny (played by Dov Tiefenbach) is a simple man who can’t make any romantic connections. Jordan (Tommie-Amber

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3 Great Comedy Trailers from the Canadian Film Fest

Someone at the National Post, in a short item I can’t track down online, said last Friday that “the Canadian Film Festival could probably adopt a less generic name, but otherwise, its programming seems on

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The Valley Below: A Review

What’s in the valley below? You’ll see heartbreak, love, tragedy, sex, drugs, music, community, and people who can’t express their realities in words. Life, in other words. One character has a tattoo with the words

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Daily Rushes for First Mon in DST

Also Commonwealth Day — who knew? Something else we didn’t know: The House of Commons’ Canadian Heritage Committee is taking a look at Canada’s feature film industry.  Thanks to iPolitics.ca, here (scroll down to Today

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