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one of my Favourite films of all time ''Weirdsville''



Bright light. Bright light. Uh oh.
I agree with Holden about Jesus of Montreal, but I've been loving that one a lot longer than I've known Holds.



I also really like Black Robe, ucon, which also stars Lothaire Bluteau. It has one of my fave musical scores.

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I have to add...anything from Cronenberg.

As well as....

CUBE
The Corporation (If Docs Count)
Cannibal Girls
The Danish Poet (Short Animated)
Fido
Jesus Christ Vampire Hunter
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The best Canadian-made film I ever saw was The Grey Fox (1982). Second best would be Black Robe.

I’m told the following films were shot in Canada, specifically around Toronto, but they may not be Canadian made.
My Big Fat Greek Wedding
Chicago
Cinderella Man
Sea of Love
The Long Kiss Goodnight
Silver Streak
The Dream Team



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who else is canadian besides me?
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New West, BC

Hard for me to tell what's a Canadian movie or not now a days, most of them seem to be made here. I swear, everytime I watch a movie I see a Vancouver street in it.

Specificly Canadian ones that I've liked would be:
Videodrome, Scanners, Ginger Snaps, Prom Night, Porkys, & Meatballs.
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Some of my favourite Canadian films:

At Home by Myself… with You (2009)
The Baby Formula (2008)
Bang Bang Baby (2014)
Bon Cop, Bad Cop (2006)
The Changeling (1980)
Closet Monster (2015)
Crime Wave (1985)
Cruel & Unusual (2014)
Cube (1997)
Don't Talk to Irene (2017)
I am a Good Person/I Am a Bad Person (2011)
The Mask (1961)
Menteur (2019)
Mommy (2014)
Natasha (2015)
Porcupine Lake (2017)
Scanners (1981)
The Twentieth Century (2019)
Videodrome (1983)
War Witch (2012)
Wet Bum (2014)



Goin' Down the Road




also



Mon Oncle Antoine
The documentaries of Allan King
Sweet Hereafter
Leolo
Shivers
Hard Core Logo


I'm already running out.



Aren't most of Villeneuve early films from Canada? If so, then all of them (Polytechnique, Incendies, and Enemy). Still haven't seen his first two films.
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The Grey Fox, The Changeling, Scanners......
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I need to watch more Canadian films.
Didn’t care for Meatballs or The Decline of the American Empire.

I plan on watching Dead Ringers sometime soon.



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Wavelength is number 1 with a bullet for sure but to pick a "real" movie its of obviously Black Christmas. Also, honourable mention to many of Norman McLaren's shorts like Neighbours or Pas de deux.



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Happy Canada Day everyone! Be sure to watch a Canadian movie today! Here are some recommendations from your favourite Canadian film buff:

At Home by Myself… with You (2009)
The Baby Formula (2008)
Bang Bang Baby (2014)
Bon Cop, Bad Cop (2006)
The Changeling (1980)
Closet Monster (2015)
Crime Wave (1985)
Cruel & Unusual (2014)
Cube (1997)
Don't Talk to Irene (2017)
I am a Good Person/I Am a Bad Person (2011)
The Mask (1961)
Menteur (2019)
Mommy (2014)
Natasha (2015)
Porcupine Lake (2017)
Scanners (1981)
The Twentieth Century (2019)
Videodrome (1983)
War Witch (2012)
Wet Bum (2014)



Happy Canada Day everyone! Be sure to watch a Canadian movie today!
I watched Tremors 2 which imo counts as it has Helen Shaver as the lead female.
(no Sir, no clutching at straws here - honest)
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who else is canadian besides me?
I'm born Amercan, my father was Canadian (Regina, Sask). Everyone before that was British.

Never knew "A Christmas Story" was canadian. Thought the house was in Cleveland.



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I'm Canadian and almost all the movies made here sucks it seems. The two best ones I would say are Quest for Fire and Tucker & Dale vs. Evil.

Does The Fly remake count as Canadian or no?