Score: A Hockey Musical User Reviews

Current Rating: 4.27

Current Rating: 4.27

based on 94 votes and 28 reviews

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  • 5 stars It's so interesting that this film which explores hockey violence in a light-hearted but insightful way came out just before this topic hit the news in a major way in Winter 2011. A clever and creative approach, spoofing while celebrating while questioning - a Canadian trademark I think. Great for the whole family, a very sweet and funny film. The music is actually quite catchy and beautifully sung, used to advance the plot. The final anthem, with a re-purposed set of lyrics. could become a very popular hockey rink chant. The two young stars really make the film, they should have been the focus of the film's press, along with the hockey violence question. Great that it opened TIFF, t
  • 5 stars saw it four times, cannot wait to see the Moose again.. Great job by all
  • 5 stars Hilarious. If you don't like musicals then you probably won't like this one. I think the musical aspect of this film actually makes the film and adds to the humour.
  • 5 stars Anyone who didn't like this movie either doesn't like hockey or doesn't have a sense of humour. I can't remember having so much fun watching a movie. My buddy and I laughed through the whole movie. This is a great canadian film and anyone who disagrees can go back to the US.
  • definitely good Canadian fun!!
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  • 4 stars good movie
  • 5 stars What a fun film. The music is good, the lead character is adorable, but Olivia Newton John should stay away from future plastic surgeons. I love the fact that it's all Canadian - Tim Horton's plays a small part too. Very enjoyable and fun.
  • 5 stars great movie....canadians should all go see this. lots of fun and very well done. hats off to all involved.
  • 1 stars Probaby would have been an OK movie if it was not for the musical aspect. really uncomfortable to watch. It’s hard to imagine how such a movie ever made it to screen and to be funded by Canada taxpayers really blows your mind.

Score: A Hockey Musical

Genre:  Comedy, Drama, Musical
Running Time:  92 min.
Release Date: October 22, 2010
DVD: January 18, 2011

Current rating: Rating: 4.27
based on 94 votes and 28 reviews
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Cast: Noah Reid, Allie MacDonald, Stephen McHattie, Marc Jordan, Nelly Furtado, Olivia Newton-John, Dru Viergever