Adam (Robin Nielsen) works as a junior associate for a large Toronto law firm. When a business trip takes him to his hometown of Fernie, he reunites with his old friends, Jason (Viv Leacock) and Theo (James Wallis). Adam gets more than he bargained for when he finds out that, due to a series of terrible business decisions, Theo's ski waxing business "Waxopolis" is in serious financial trouble and at risk of being taken over by an evil developer. The three guys hatch a plan to throw a massive fundraising party to try and save the business. But, with the developer and his son on their back, party permit hassles, and a Sasquatch on the loose, will they be able to pull it off?
Writer:Catherine Allen (story), Ian Simpson (story), Matthew Bass (story), David Chiavegato (screenplay), Rich Pryce-Jones (screenplay), Matthew Bass (screen
Adam, an uptight Toronto lawyer, goes back to his hometown of Fernie and tries to save his friend's business. It's a Western Canadian adventure, with Sasq sightings, bikini pillow fights, and of course, the Rangers. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
David H (nl) wrote: A good look at the people who surf without focusing on "surf culture". Some beautiful underwater shots and a stunning segment about a group surfing 60-foot waves."Riding Giants" is a superior film but this one is also quite interesting for the most part.
Ina R (br) wrote: The ultimate sob, chick flick.
Charlie G (nl) wrote: A little outlandish.
JeanMarc L (jp) wrote: good one, luchini doesn't talk too much and pascale ogier is perfect for the role.
Darren J (mx) wrote: Beautifully shot, acted and written but a little bit too spiritual and meaningful for it's own good.
Miguel A (au) wrote: Absolutely one of the best films ever...
Mr D (br) wrote: Typical paranoid propaganda movie, no wonder they got so paranoid during the cold war, and a piece of slander against the American-German bund. Of course in real life non of the bundists were even convicted of German spionage
Paul C (fr) wrote: Will Hay's best film and a real favourite of mine from my childhood. Classic British comedy, although many of the jokes may have aged a bit too much for the modern generation.
Anders A (ag) wrote: Expendable high end action, done proper and well. Mission Impossible series are comparable to James Bond, just minus the "stylism". In terms of budget and production costs, it really pays off in gripping action stunts.
Namir G (au) wrote: - Um. I think I just saw an underwater UV depth charge explosive...that then froze the water. We're stretching here...makin the tech research boys sweat.- Well. That was a horrible way to die.- Ew. The bullet just kinda...popped out of her head as she healed.- She keeps getting these flashbacks...which are terrifically helpful for me since this is like the 3rd movie and I don't remember anything from the first two other than how she looks in a vinyl bodysuit.- Best quote: "Question me less until you know a bit more."- Oh look. Kate's learned how to use lipstick!- Whoa. I did NOT see that coming.- Player 3 has entered the game.- Player 3 is a terrifying little child-woman. And just did something very, very terrible to a werewolf.- If a vampire is hemorrhaging blood, does it do any good to let them drink blood to heal? Apparently yes.- Well. That was a neat trick with the elevator.- In the spirit of the bigger hammer, if your head won't fit through the window, just make the window bigger.- Or, change from giant werewolf back to human and walk through.- Ew. I mean...damn. Also a terrible way for a werewolf to die. Kudos, creative writers.- Evanescence getting some love with a hip techno beat during the ending credits. I approve.
Brian C (ru) wrote: I love this movie! It's a true Comedy that's inspired by the past and truly fresh. The only downside for me was I was left wanting more. I enjoyed it enough to give it 4.5 out of 5 stars for the fun, gore and more. :D