Hooray for Canada!
The first day of the #OCanada Blogathon features terrific reviews of films from a variety of genres, including romance, adventure, drama and horror – films as varied as Canada itself.
Other entries focus the careers of some famous and talented Canadians.
Bloggers: If we missed you today, don’t worry. We’ll include you in tomorrow’s recap.
In the meantime, please enjoy today’s fabulous entries. They are Canuck Approved!
3 Reactions to 3 Reel Romances with Ryan Gosling
Where a Decent Man Can Breathe Freely: 49th Parallel (1941)
Madame Tutli Putli (2007): A Silent Film Review
Raymond Burr for the Prosecution: A Place in the Sun (1951)
“They must have thought the cat kept a diary!” The Incredible Journey (1963)
“There’s no wilderness wide enough to hide a sin.” The Wild North (1952)
What is the Secret of The Changeling (1980)?
David Morrell and First Blood (1982)
“A simple story, bordering on an allegory.” The Trap (1966)
Louis B. Mayer: Tyrant or Teddy Bear?
“Plenty of thrills [combined] with the feeling of claustrophobia.” Mother Lode (1982)
The Fine Art of Canuxploitation: George Mihalka’s My Bloody Valentine (1981)
Donald Sutherland in Robert Redford’s Ordinary People (1980)
Dianne Foster: “She had a rich, warm speaking voice and held her own opposite the big stars.”
Stay tuned for Day 2 of the #OCanada Blogathon tomorrow, with the lovely and talented Kristina of Speakeasy.