Canadian Bacon

Canadian Bacon

Canadian Bacon is the only fictitious film from Director Michael Moore. This comedy is about an American president who decides to go to war to bring the public’s opinion of him up during election time. Canadian Bacon is actor John Candy’s last film.

In a desperate bid to revive his abysmal peacetime approval rating, the president of the United States gets talked into raising his popularity by trying to start a cold war against Canada. But when bumbling U.S. sheriff Boomer and his hair-trigger deputy Honey decide to take matters into their own hands and lead a preemptive strike, they soon find themselves embroiled in a hilarious international incident that's too close for comfort, eh! . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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George B (de) wrote: 'Piranha 3DD' tries to replicate what made its predecessor so enticing, but really it's not as entertaining a second time, even with David Hasselhoff and shotgun legs.

Ricardo H (ru) wrote: I must be missing something because this movie got great reviews. However, I found it boring, slow, and pointless

Sri R (gb) wrote: rapchik .. awesome skating, bike stunts and full toosh tapori language .. one time watch but worth it

Candie T (ca) wrote: I like this movie (better than the 1st havoc). But I never thought of friendships and sex that way... Great Amber Tamblyn and Ashton Holmes!!!

Richard A (gb) wrote: While the philosophy may be heavy handed at times, this sequel delivers on a unique, and often times stunningly animated experience that deviates well enough from the original to be considered well worth the time to those who have seen the original and enjoyed it. Though, it is doubtful that this movie is for anyone than those of that nature.

Zahra B (es) wrote: Best basketball movie of the 90's Fredro Starr was aamzing in this film. Glad that the coach is a women in this movie. Talk about gender discrimination at first but later it's proves that women can work hard as men and people shouldn't take women for granted. Love this movie!

Carry K (de) wrote: Hilarious and a classy handling of a delicate subject. Was also life changing for me.

Lurple J (ag) wrote: I've seen numerous Cynthia Rothrock films, and as far as I can tell this is the worst. If you've seen a Cynthia Rothrock film you'll know that's saying something.Perhaps the passage of time has faded the memories of gems like China O'Brien and No Retreat, No Surrender 2, which are definitely films that connoisseurs of bad martial arts flicks may want to see. I really don't know, but I recall them being several notches above this. They might get 1 star.Bad movie viewers may want to check it out for such things as Don Niam's ghastly performance as a serial killer/rapist/martial-arts-dude, a body that is clearly a mannequin with blood that appears to be ketchup, and lots and lots of horrible dialog, acting, and fights. Really, really, horrible.

Joey S (ag) wrote: A very unusual Czech fantasy/horror film, Valerie and Her Week of Wonders is sometimes too surreal to follow, but its gorgeous visuals and abundance of symbolism make it interesting to watch and think about. It tells the story of the sexual awakening of a young teenage girl named Valerie after she has her first period. Suddenly all the men and women in her town, including her own family, become infatuated with her and go to extreme lengths to be with her. Not only that, but a group of missionaries are coming through town, including a grotesque vampire bishop who may or may not be Valerie's father and a priest who wants to rape Valerie. It plays out like a twisted fairy tale, and a very confusing one at that, and the gothic visuals definitely add to this fairy tale vibe. Just about everything in the movie is a symbol for something else, which is likely what makes it so confusing. Symbolism ranges from a drop of blood falling on a daisy (the loss of Valerie's innocence) to a coffin lined with bright green apples (an allusion to the garden of Eden). It's sort of a cheap cop-out to say this, but the movie is probably not for everyone. Some people will be a little too creeped out by the sexualization of the thirteen year-old star and others (like me) will find too confusing and strangely edited. However, I enjoyed the visuals and deeper meaning behind the story , so if you're feeling adventurous then you could do worse than Valerie and Her Week of Wonders. Just don't expect it to be even remotely normal.

Muffin M (us) wrote: Danny Krueger is a drag racer who plays by his own rules. After winning a scholarship to the prestigious Fast Lane Racing Academy, he finds himself competing against some of the best young drivers in the world. Tensions soar on and off the track and a terrible accident leaves Danny without a racing partner. Facing dismissal from the Academy, Danny is forced to team up with this high school rival. The pair must set aside their differences as they vie for rookie spots on a professional racing team.stars Brett Davern, Beau Mirchoff, Corbin Bernsen, Bill Sage, Nicole Badaan, Diogo Morgado, Tiffany Dupont, Steve Bond, Grant Show, Diogo Morgado, Alberto Frezza, Jesse Luken and Sharon Lawrence.directed by Alex Ranarivelo

Another V (us) wrote: This sort of ESP and seeing the future premise tugs at the imagination. Have you ever experienced de ja vu? Chris Johnson's de ja vu skills are superior, and therefore, he's going to save the world, or at least the LA area and his beautiful girlfriend.The bad guys' motives for their evil deeds was not the focus and not very clear. They were just there, needing to be stopped.There may have been a few tiny plot holes, but it was suspenseful. I enjoyed the suspense and twists. I didn't mind the ending at all; it made sense to me, although it does leave you hanging, wondering "Well, what happens next?"

Ryan M (au) wrote: A fun movie about some young kids on a crazy adventure. They end up with more challenges and surprises than they ever expected!

ladyashley888 (mx) wrote: Pretty funny. Not as good as Hot Rod IMO, but still made me laugh pretty hard.