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Trailer Park Boys: Don't Legalize It Red Band Trailer

Trailer Park Boys: Don't Legalize It Red Band Trailer
While a teaser for Trailer Park Boys: Don't Legalize It dropped back in December, it didn't show us too much from the further adventures of Ricky, Julian and Bubbles (Robb Wells, John Paul Tremblay and Mike Smith) as they join together on a mission to keep weed from being legalized in Canada. Today, we get the raunchy Red Band trailer, which shows off more of their exploits while saving the best stuff for cinema screens. After Trailer Park Boys: The Movie and Trailer Park Boys: Countdown to Liquor Day, they promised they'd never make another movie. They lied. In (Canadian) theaters April 18.

The Canadian TV series Trailer Park Boys and its two feature films only continue to grow in popularity, having reached cult status here in the states on Netflix, where all of their past adventures (save for the special that bridges Season 7 and Trailer Park Boys: Countdown to Liquor Day
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Trailer Park Boys: Don't Legalize It Trailer

Trailer Park Boys: Don't Legalize It Trailer
After Trailer Park Boys: The Movie and Trailer Park Boys: Countdown to Liquor Day, they promised they wouldn't make another movie. They lied! Ricky, Julian and Bubbles are back in their third big screen outing, Trailer Park Boys: Don't Legalize It, which is in (Canadian) theaters April 18. We have the first trailer (which debuted back in December for you Canadian folks), and the first poster, which doesn't reveal too much as the boys scheme to keep Marijuana from becoming legal in Nova Scotia. If you're not completely caught up yet, the entire series and both movies are currently streaming on Netflix. No U.S. date has been announced, but it will be here soon.

Out of jail and broke, Julian concocts an outrageously greasy scheme to get rich and, to make it even greasier, he will have to deliver his product to his arch-enemy, Cyrus, who's waiting in Montreal to close the dirty deal.
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"Trailer Park Boys" Roll Out A New Film

The third dopey "Trailer Park Boys" feature film is now in post-production, starring John Paul Tremblay, Robb Wells and Mike Smith, directed by Tpb creator Mike Clattenburg

In "Trailer Park Boys 3", the Boys attempt to start their own internet television show called 'Swearnet' "...where anything and everything goes..."

"We are all extremely pleased to be working together again on another 'Trailer Park Boys' film," said producer Barrie Dunn who also plays the father of 'Ricky'. "Although it's been four years since our last film, 'Ricky', 'Julian' and 'Bubbles' are as popular as ever, even expanding internationally, and we're delighted to bring them back to the big screen."

"Trailer Park Boys" began as a short film in 1998, spinning off into a Showcase TV series for 7 seasons. "Trailer Park Boys: The Movie" was released in 2006, followed by "Trailer Park Boys: Countdown to Liquor Day
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"Trailer Park Boys" Cut A New Movie Deal

Trailer Park Productions and Halifax' Topsail Productions report that a third dopey "Trailer Park Boys" feature film will start production March 2013, starring John Paul Tremblay, Robb Wells and Mike Smith, directed by Tpb creator Mike Clattenburg.

"We are all extremely pleased to be working together again on another 'Trailer Park Boys' film," said producer Barrie Dunn of Topsail, who also plays the father of 'Ricky'. "Although it's been four years since our last film, 'Ricky', 'Julian' and 'Bubbles' are as popular as ever, even expanding internationally, and we're delighted to bring them back to the big screen."

"Trailer Park Boys" began as a short film in 1998, spinning off into a Showcase TV series for 7 seasons. "Trailer Park Boys: The Movie" was released in 2006, followed by "Trailer Park Boys: Countdown to Liquor Day", released in 2009.

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Trailer Park Boys become “Race Dicks”

HollywoodNews.com: The stars from the legendary, infamous and outrageous underground sensation formerly known as the Trailer Park Boys are reuniting in a feature film called Race Dicks. This movie will follow Robb Wells, John Paul Tremblay and Mike Smith as they enhance their car racing skills to compete in a world famous car race in Newfoundland. Along the way, they will creatively raise money to fund the television network SwearNet. The racing coach on the project is legendary car racer Rick Bye. Race Dicks is targeting a 2013 release.

Race Dicks is a Rollercoaster Entertainment and Vortex Words + Pictures production, produced by Gary Howsam and Bill Marks, directed by Bill Marks. Howsam and Marks most recently collaborated together on The Truth, starring Andy Garcia, Kim Coates, Deborah Kara Unger, Eva Longoria and Forest Whitaker, directed by Damian Lee. Prior to The Truth, they collaborated together on Casino Jack, starring Kevin Spacey,
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Ivan Reitman on No Strings Attached and Why His Last Few Films Could Have Been Better

Ivan Reitman on No Strings Attached and Why His Last Few Films Could Have Been Better
After spending the last five years out of the director's chair (during which time he produced no fewer than eight films including Disturbia, Hotel for Dogs, Chloe, son Jason's Up in the Air, and Trailer Park Boys: Countdown to Liquor Day), comedy veteran Ivan Reitman has gone back to the basics. For Reitman (Stripes, Animal House) that means taking the time to personally shepherd his scripts, making movies about people who talk like real people, and as in his latest film No Strings Attached, it means sex jokes. Lots of sex jokes.
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Boxoffice award for 'Trailer Park Boys'

Boxoffice award for 'Trailer Park Boys'
Toronto -- Mike Clattenburg's "The Trailer Park Boys: Countdown to Liquor Day" will receive the inaugural Golden Box Office Award from Telefilm Canada as the highest grossing English-language Canadian feature film of 2009.

The Canuck feature comedy starred Robb Wells, John Paul Tremblay and Mike Smith, better known as Ricky, Julian and Bubbles of the TV mockumentary "Trailer Park Boys" that ran on Canada's Showcase cable channel between 2001 and 2007.

"Trailer Park Boys: Countdown to Liquor Day" grossed $2.9 million last year at the Canadian boxoffice after debuting at the Atlantic Film Festival in Halifax, Nova Scotia.

The first "Trailer Park Boys" theatrical feature, executive produced by Ivan Reitman, in 2006 also emerged as a critical and commercial success in the Canadian market.

The Golden Box Office Award, to be handed out Friday in Halifax with a $40,000 prize, comes as Telefilm, Canada's film financier, opens new fronts to boost the boxoffice returns of
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30th Genie Awards: Denis Villeneuve's Polytechnique Leads Canada's Oscars Noms

It's one of those years where the great Atom Egoyan's contribution to cinema is totally insignificant (Adoration received 2 noms) and where Denis Villeneuve's Polytechnique, in my books the best Canadian film of the year, grabbed the high count total of eleven nominations for the 30th Genie Awards. - It's one of those years where the great Atom Egoyan's contribution to cinema is totally insignificant (Adoration received 2 noms) and where Denis Villeneuve's Polytechnique, in my books the best Canadian film of the year, grabbed the high count total of eleven nominations for the 30th Genie Awards. What is somewhat odd is how Canada's most internationally celebrated film in I Killed My Mother (J'ai tue ma mere) from Xavier Dolan receive not one single vote, a crime when you consider the textured writing, fluid cinematography and the brilliant performance from Anne Dorval - who plays the neurotic mother
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[DVD Review] Trailer Park Boys: Countdown to Liquor Day

Honesty is a quality all too undervalued in critics (it usually takes a back seat to the ability to create short, penetrating little missiles of inanity that can be featured on a film’s poster come awards season), so I’ll come clean with you right now: I walked into Trailer Park Boys: Countdown to Liquor Day fully expecting to hate it, and already crafting impossibly clever sentiments designed to let everyone know just how awful it was. But I didn’t hate it. I certainly didn’t like it, and I didn’t laugh once, but it defied my expectations as to what I was about to see in ways that weren’t really pleasing, though I’m still a little befuddled by.

Ricky (Robb Wells, the obnoxious one), Julian (John Paul Tremblay, the leader) and Bubbles (Mike Smith, the one who seems to deliberately evoke Milton from Office Space
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[DVD Review] Trailer Park Boys: Countdown to Liquor Day

Honesty is a quality all too undervalued in critics (it usually takes a back seat to the ability to create short, penetrating little missiles of inanity that can be featured on a film’s poster come awards season), so I’ll come clean with you right now: I walked into Trailer Park Boys: Countdown to Liquor Day fully expecting to hate it, and already crafting impossibly clever sentiments designed to let everyone know just how awful it was. But I didn’t hate it. I certainly didn’t like it, and I didn’t laugh once, but it defied my expectations as to what I was about to see in ways that weren’t really pleasing, though I’m still a little befuddled by.

Ricky (Robb Wells, the obnoxious one), Julian (John Paul Tremblay, the leader) and Bubbles (Mike Smith, the one who seems to deliberately evoke Milton from Office Space
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Weekend Shopping Guide 2/26/10: Factoring Aliens

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The weekend’s here. You’ve just been paid, and it’s burning a hole in your pocket. What’s a pop culture geek to do? In hopes of steering you in the right direction to blow some of that hard-earned cash, it’s time for the Fred Weekend Shopping Guide - your spotlight on the things you didn’t even know you wanted…

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The long drought of last year is but a distant memory as the new Cinematic Titanic releases roll out with great speed this new year, the latest being The Alien Factor (Cinema Titan, $14.99), a horrid 70’s cheapie shot in the wilds of Baltimore, that manages to be a sci-fi version of Manos’s low-rent, interminable filmmaking - making it glorious fodder for the fine folks at Ct.
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This Week on DVD: The Informant!, The Box, The September Issue

In stores this week we have a few cool movies that you might have overlooked during their theatrical runs, and a bunch of others that you're probably glad that you missed. Steven Soderbergh's The Informant! leads the list of major DVD releases, along with Richard Kelly's The Box and Cirque Du Freak: The Vampire's Assistant starring John C. Reilly. Also out this week is the low budget horror remake Sorority Row, Norwegian Nazi zombie flick Dead Snow, acclaimed U.K. soccer drama The Damned United, and The September Issue, a documentary about infamous Vogue editor-in-chief Anna Wintour. Truthfully though, I think the main thing we've all really been saving our money for is Jersey Shore: Season 1 Uncensored. What will you be renting or buying this week? The Informant! [1] (+ Blu-ray [2]) The Box [3] (+ Blu-ray [4]) Cirque Du Freak: The Vampire's Assistant [5] (+ Blu-ray [6]) Sorority Row [7] (+ Blu-ray [8]) Everybody's Fine [9] The Damned United [10] (+ Blu-ray
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"Trailer Park Boys" Sequel Crashes Onto DVD

"Trailer Park Boys: Countdown to Liquor Day" is currently available on DVD and Blu-ray Hi-Def.

The continuation of the low-budget, high-laugh Canadian comedy franchise was released today on home format by Alliance Films and Screen Media Films. The movie, highlighting the ongoing adventures of the title residents of Sunnyvale Trailer Park, comes complete with special features for further hilarity.

Picking up where the 2008 "Trailer Park Boys" TV special "Say Goodnight to the Bad Guys" left off, hapless criminals Ricky (Robb Wells), Julian (John Paul Tremblay) and Bubbles (Mike Smith) are released from jail after their latest series of shenanigans. But coming home isn't exactly an easy ride, as cat lover Bubbles fins his beloved kitties missing and taken in by an animal shelter with a steep fee required to get them back. Likewise, Ricky intends to finally pass his high school exams, and Julian makes plans for a new business
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Latest MPAA Ratings: Bulletin No: 2099

Here are the new MPAA ratings from Bulletin No: 2099.

Control Alt Delete Rated R For strong sexual content, some aberrant behavior and language. Crush Rated R For some sexual content and violence. D.C. Sniper Rated R For bloody shootings and brief nudity. Defendor Rated R For drug use and language throughout, violence and sexual content. Release Date: Tba 2010 The Final Storm Rated R For some sexuality, violence and brief language. Formosa Betrayed Rated R For some violent content. From Paris With Love Rated R For strong bloody violence throughout, drug content, pervasive language and brief sexuality. Release Date: February 5, 2010 High Life Rated R For drug use, pervasive language and some violence. Justice League: Crisis On Two Earths Rated PG-13 For action violence. No Boundaries Rated R For some language. Remarkable Power Rated R For language, sexuality, violence and drug use. Splinterheads Rated R For language including sexual references, and brief drug use.
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MPAA ratings: Dec. 9, 2009

MPAA ratings: Dec. 9, 2009
MPAA ratings: Dec. 9, 2009. The following feature-length motion pictures have been reviewed and rated by the Classification and Rating Administration pursuant to the Motion Picture Classification and Rating program. Each of the designated ratings is defined as follows under the Motion Picture Classification and Rating program.

G -- General Audiences. All ages admitted.

PG -- Parental Guidance Suggested. Some material may not be suitable for children.

PG -13 --Parents Strongly Cautioned. Some material may be inappropriate for children under 13.

R -- Restricted. Under 17 requires accompanying parent or adult guardian.

Nc-17 -- No One 17 And Under Admitted.

Film Distributor Reason Rating Control Alt Delete

E1 Entertainment U.S. LP

Rated for strong sexual content, some aberrant behavior and language.

R Crush

Phase 4 Films Inc.

Rated for some sexual content and violence.

R D.C. Sniper

Barnholtz Entertainment, Inc.

Rated for bloody shootings and brief nudity. R Defendor

Worldwide Spe Acquisitions, Inc.

Rated
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Boos! & Whoop-doos!: An Evil Bunny Trash Town Called Liquor!

True cult status? Whoop-doo!

Both Internet pundits and blog critics alike are quick to bitch about the cliched nature of our current cinematic landscape. While they scream in bold words of disgust, they can't help but fall into a similar trap themselves. They're just as guilty of sipping from this dried well as the rest of our so-called "film community". How often do you read a review that screams, "Instant classic!" Or, "Modern day masterpiece!" How about, "A Triumph!" Then there's, "A true crowd pleaser!" "A thrill ride!" "The funniest comedy of the summer!" And, "Does for (insert blank) what Jaws did for swimming!" The list goes on and on. When it comes right down to it, there's not much new you can say in terms of film theory and structure. When all of our movies are repeats, reboots, and sequels, you have to guess that most critical movements in
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New To Theatres This Weekend: Fame, Pandorum, Surrogates

There are plenty of new releases in theatres this week, although as usual, some of the most interesting stuff seems to be in select theatres only. The majority of us will have to choose from the space horror flick Pandorum, sci-fi actioner Surrogates starring Bruce Willis, and the remake of Fame, but if you're lucky you might get to catch Michael Moore's new movie Capitalism: A Love Story, Tiff hit The Boys Are Back, or the buzzed-about low-budget horror movie Paranormal Activity. Trailer Park Boys: Countdown to Liquor Day is also playing in wide release in Canada, and Drew Barrymore's Whip It will be playing sneak previews in a lot of theatres on Saturday night. Do you plan on checking anything out this weekend? Pandorum [1] Fame [2] Surrogates [3] Trailer Park Boys: Countdown to Liquor Day [4] (Canada only) I Hope They Serve Beer in Hell [5] (limited) Paranormal Activity [6] (limited) Capitalism: A Love Story
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New Trailer Park Boys: Countdown to Liquor Day Trailer

The Trailer Park Boys are back with a second full-length feature film entitled Trailer Park Boys: Countdown to Liquor Day. The film picks up right where their 2008 Thanksgiving special left off. Ricky, Julian, and Bubbles are about to be released from jail, and there's only one thing on their minds: Taking park supervisor Mr. Lahey and his partner Randy down for good! To watch the hilarious new trailer, click on the clip below:

In Trailer Park Boys: Countdown to Liquor Day, Ricky, Julian, Bubbles, Sam Losco, Cyrus, and Ray all plot revenge against Jim Lahey upon their release from prison. Directed by series creator Mike Clattenburg, the film stars Robb Wells, John Paul Tremblay, John Dunsworth, Mike Smith, and Patrick Roach. The film is set to unleash its nastiness on September 25th, 2009.
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Trailer Park Boys: Countdown To Liquor Day- September 25

As Sneak Peek first reported August 2008, Trailer Park Boys: Countdown to Liquor Day is the second Canadian produced, Halifax, Nova Scotia-lensed homegrown feature, based on the pseudo-doc comedy TV series Trailer Park Boys. Liquor Day was directed/co-written by series creator Mike Clattenburg, as a continuation of Say Goodnight to the Bad Guys, the final Tpb television special that ended the series, following 'Ricky', 'Julian' and 'Bubbles', newly-released from prison and their return to 'Sunnyvale Trailer Park'. Trailer Park Boys: Countdown to Liquor Day will be released in Canada September 25, 2009. Sneak Peek the new trailer from the upcoming film and the entire Tpb special, Say Goodnight To The Bad Guys...
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Second Trailer Park Boys Movie Gets a Trailer

Ricky, Julian and Bubbles are returning to the big screen in what could be the gang’s last adventure. A new trailer for Trailer Park Boys: Countdown to Liquor Day, which has been rumored to be the big send off to the long running Canadian comedy series, is now online and ready for you to check out below. Starring Mike Smith, Robb Wells, John Paul Tremblay, John Dunsworth, Patrick Roach and Jonathan Torrens, Mike Clattenburg-directed flick hits Canadian theaters September 25. In the film, Ricky, Julian, Bubbles, Sam Losco, Cyrus, and Ray all plot revenge against Jim Lahey upon their release from prison.
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