I thought this was a great movie. just a great story line that affects a great percentage of canadians. its serioius and funny at the same time. the cast were very believable. this was just what I needed today. thanks. P/s who was the narrator in this movie?
Great lines, nicely done!
Left me speachless.. I loved every minute.
Simple, well done, and thought provoking movie.
I love how it is a movie that is truly Canadian, and it actually was a great movie. The actors were amazing. I loved it completely.
excellent movie, especially if you're Canadian
7May2010 - I caught this movie today on tv quite by chance. It caught my eye because of my addiction to "Fringe" and therefore Joshua Jackson. The poignancy of the story was so captivating, I couldn't resist seeing it through to the end. The life experience portrayed struck a nerve so realistically, I thought - what would I do under similar circumstances in my life? The answer - this scenario was not only plausible, but perhaps highly practical! Will look forward to viewing it again to pick up more nnuances.
Outstanding film. No CGI, no special effects. Just a treat to watch.
I loved this movie I have been fortunate enought to live and travelled across Canada several times and hope to do it again. Plus I ride a motorcycle and everyplace he'd been I'd been. It was awesome. Was this from a book??
I timed my last trip to Canada perfectly, during the week of the movie's premiere. Sadly, I missed it at that time, but when it came out on DVD, I didn't waste the opportunity to get it. From the moment I started the movie, I knew I was watching my new favorite film. It's a great story that touches all emotions. The scenery reminds me why I visit Canada, even if I can't live there. And thankfully, I've visited enough that the references don't go over my head. Unlike most over-budgeted Hollywood flicks, this one doesn't distract you with special effects (One Week's scenery is eye-candy enough, and it fits the overall film perfectly). When a movie is this good, there's no need for the distract