Happy Canada 150!
Canada Day is approaching and I thought that this would be a great time to come up with my 10 favourite Canadian films of all time. We are a young country and have already contributed so much to the entertainment world. And even though Grammarly is telling me to lose the ‘u’s as American spelling is more consistent–No way! I’m a proud Canadian and my spelling will alway convey that.
1.The Apprenticeship of Duddy Kravitz-1973
Here begins my crush on Richard Dreyfuss. Fresh off his role in American Graffiti, He lands the tile role in this film and does he ever crush it. Those of us who have been watching him for years have seen various versions of this character but make sure to see him here in this Canadian classic by Mordecai Richler ( both book and film) set in post war Montreal. Duddy is determined to make it even…
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