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Corner Gas: The Movie (2014)

As the town of Dog River goes bankrupt the residents of the town must pack up and move out. However our favourite citizens make one last-ditch effort to save Dog River.

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David Storey

Writers:

Brent Butt (story), Andrew Carr (story) | 4 more credits »
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Brent Butt ... Brent Leroy
Gabrielle Miller ... Lacey Burrows
Fred Ewanuick ... Hank Yarbo
Eric Peterson ... Oscar Leroy
Janet Wright ... Emma Leroy
Lorne Cardinal ... Davis Quinton
Tara Spencer-Nairn ... Karen Pelly
Nancy Robertson ... Wanda Dollard
Don Lake ... Jerome
Reagan Pasternak ... Sasha
Will Sasso ... Legal Aid Lawyer
Graham Greene ... Fishing Guide
Jay Onrait Jay Onrait ... Denizen Jay
Dan O'Toole Dan O'Toole ... Denizen Dan
Darren Dutchyshen Darren Dutchyshen ... Denizen Dutchy
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Storyline

As the town of Dog River goes bankrupt the residents of the town must pack up and move out. However our favourite citizens make one last-ditch effort to save Dog River.

Plot Summary | Plot Synopsis

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Dog River has always been flat. But now it's flat broke.

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Comedy

Certificate:

PG | See all certifications »
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Country:

Canada

Language:

English

Release Date:

3 December 2014 (Canada) See more »

Filming Locations:

Rouleau, Saskatchewan, Canada

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Trivia

Right at the beginning, Hank asks: ''How long has it been?'' and without knowing what Hank is talking about, Brent answers: ''April 13th, 2009''. This is the date the last show was aired. See more »

Goofs

A judge does not rule "guilty" or "not guilty" verdicts in Canadian civil court cases. See more »

Quotes

Bad Guy: [armed robber enters Corner Gas brandishing a shotgun] Open the till! Put the money in a bag - Now!
Brent Leroy: Ok. Did you bring your own bag? Or I'll have to charge you a nickle.
Bad Guy: How about I blow your head off and charge you 50 cents for the shell?
Brent Leroy: That's not a fair comparison at all.
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Spun-off from Corner Gas (2004) See more »

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Exceeded My Expectations
3 December 2014 | by Filmy2020See all my reviews

I have always been a fan of the Corner Gas series, and was quite sad when it went off the air. I was actually unaware that a movie was being made until a week before it debuted. Of course I bought tickets to the movie.

As a fan of the show, I'll admit that some of the episodes, while always entertaining, only really became funny to me once I watched the episode a second time.

Much like the show, the movie has no laugh track, but the jokes were very funny, consistent in their pacing, and a bit less subtle than the TV show. The whole theatre (which was completely sold out) was in stitches the entire film. All of the actors did a stand up job reprising their roles, and it felt like the same old crew even years after the series ended.

The plot line was good, and in true Corner Gas fashion, all of the wild tangents that each character went on tied together in the end. Also, as a special surprise, Lorne Cardinal was at the theatre and introduced the movie in person. Over all, a great time! Maybe we will be lucky enough for a second movie sometime in the future.


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