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CANCON SEQUELS: American Boyfriends – Review

The transition from teenager to adult is fraught with difficulty at the best of times, but in the 1960s, it seemed the entire world was going through those very growing pains. Innocence was shed, traditions

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CANCON SEQUELS: Down The Road Again – Review

It is often said that you can never go home again. But if one does venture back down memory lane, they may find more than just the ghosts of their past. In 1970, Pete McGraw

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CANCON SEQUELS: Goin’ Down The Road – Review

I was relatively unfamiliar with Canadian cinema titles growing up. While there was plenty of Cancon on television due to CRTC rules, the big screen and our family VHS collection remained bare of any production

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CANCON SEQUELS Part Two: Unfinished Business – Review

A lot can happen in twenty years. One generation grows old and a new one grows up, often feeling the same angst in new circumstances. At times we vow never to end up like our

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CANCON SEQUELS Part One: Nobody Waved Goodbye – Review

It’s difficult enough to get a single film developed, filmed and released here above the 49th Parallel and even tougher to get that film noticed. It’s even more astounding when a sequel to that film

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