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Rupert's Land (1998)

Two estranged stepbrothers travel to their father's funeral.

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Rupert McKay
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Dale McKay
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Ivan Bloat
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Trudy
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Shelley
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Brad
Ted Kozma ...
Weaver Loogan
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Bud Loogan
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Tina
Ben Cardinal ...
Bartender at Party
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Hunter
Beatrice Zeilinger ...
Constable
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Bill
Courtney Nichols ...
Gas Station Cashier (as Courtenay Nichols)
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Mail man
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Two estranged stepbrothers travel to their father's funeral.

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13 September 1998 (Canada)  »

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Rupert földje  »

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$4,000,000 (estimated)
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[as the two get to train tracks after a long walk in the jungle]
Rupert: How far?
Dale: In what hours or miles.
Rupert: Calories.
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Worst Canadian Film Ever.
21 April 2004 | by See all my reviews

Not only was this the most expensive Canadian film ever shot in BC, but easily the worst, never seeing the light of day. The director is not even Canadian, but British, and boy does it show. We are all made out to be a bunch of over-sexed dope fiends and morons. The spirit of what it means to be Canadian is absent, and this is supposed to be the reason we fund this bunk. Of course the British character is normal. The rest are a crop of sitcom stereotype - can you say "Norm!!"? The cinematography ranges from pretty postcard images to murky indoor silhouettes. The actors always seem to be fidgetting. Are they as bored as the viewer, or is this the directors idea of cinema? Avoid this mess and check out some of Bruce Mcdonalds films. A true Canadian boy with something original to say cinematically. You won't be compelled to walk out on HIS films after 10 minutes.


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