South of the Moon is the story of a young boy and his uncle, one dealing with the complexity and confusion of adolescence, the other with the pain and torment of regret. It is the story of ... See full summary »
The battle between loggers and environmentalists is defining, dividing and destroying communities in Canada and around the world. The Green Chain is a powerful, funny and thought-provoking film about the people who love trees.
Residents of a retirement home build a machine for self-euthanasia in order to help their terminally ill friend, though they are faced with a series of dilemmas when rumors of the machine begin to spread.
This wasn't bad for a Lifetime made for TV movie -although still completely forgettable. The acting is decent, from a bunch of Canadian talent including James Gallanders, Kristen Holden-Reid and Tricia Helfer (which is always nice to see.) The story is intriguing enough with a decent mystery, a bit of a romance and a nice twist.
Tricia Helfer plays Julia Carver who gets a postcard from her incarcerated brother that starts her on a race for millions in stolen cash. When her nephew (who she is raising) is kidnapped the hunt for the stashed loot intensifies. Julia teams up with her brothers Army Ranger buddy and together they follow the amassing trail of clues that will eventually lead to a trade for her nephews life.
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