Wallace, who is burned out from a string of failed relationships, forms an instant bond with Chantry, who lives with her longtime boyfriend. Together, they puzzle out what it means if your best friend is also the love of your life.
A rag-tag group, led by the eagle-eyed Steve, take to Montreal's chilly rooftops under cover of night. They're on the prowl for the perfect peep desperate to glimpse a "hottie hookup," a "... See full summary »
When a music video production leaves the set in flames and a PA in the hospital, the producer makes a desperate move and takes the shoot to rural Canada, where the cold isn't the only thing that bites.
237 is the history of a single hotel room and the people that pass through it. It is a dark and voyeuristic drama about how seemingly ordinary people change when they spend time away from ... See full summary »
Lily and her three youngest children join her husband David Sutton, a doctor in an isolated northern Alberta town. Their eleven-year-old son arrives later from boarding school. David ... See full summary »
Terry and Dean are lifelong friends who have grown-up together: shotgunning their first beers, forming their first garage band, and growing the great Canadian mullet known as "hockey hair". Now the lives of these Alberta everymen are brought to the big screen by documentarian Ferral Mitchener in an exploration of the depths of friendship, the fragility of life, growing up gracefully and the art and science of drinking beer like a man. Written by
FUBAR is a silly romp of a mockumentary that mixes outrageous Canadian rednecks (or there variation thereof) with Motley Crue metal head-banger culture. The movie follows Dean and Terry, two head-bangers who think there lives are more exciting then they really are (days spent wasted after chugging beers and tossing empty cans onto the street trying to get them to land between the yellow stripes). Farrel approaches them to make a documentary on their lives, and with little fanfare, Terry and Dean agree, only for one of the characters to face a life-threatening diseases. Off they go on a vision quest to celebrate life. The movie turns fairly introspective as Farrel begins to celebrate and understand his own life through the tragedies of his subjects. While the jokes are amateurish, the movie is enlightening and quite funny.
1 of 3 people found this review helpful.
Was this review helpful to you?