The National Parks Project

The National Parks Project

In an increasingly urban nation, Canada’s national parks are a treasured escape into extraordinary beauty and rugged wilderness. If the Group of Seven were an introduction to the landscape’s majesty, National Parks Project is the next logical chapter. Fifty-two contemporary artists from across the country, whose talents are as diverse as the parks they set out to explore, used their surroundings as a source of inspiration to blend musical and cinematic skills into collaboratively crafted vignettes. Epic in its ambition to celebrate these locales during Parks Canada’s centennial year, this omnibus film resonates with the knowledge that our unprotected land is more vulnerable than ever. Including films by Zacharius Kunuk, Peter Lynch, Sturla Gunnarsson and John Walker, and music by Sarah Harmer, Sam Roberts, Cadence Weapon and The Besnard Lakes, among many others, National Parks Project is a one-of-a-kind documentary experience.

In an increasingly urban nation, Canada’s national parks are a treasured escape into extraordinary beauty and rugged wilderness. If the Group of Seven were an introduction to the landscape’s majesty, National Parks Project is the next logical chapter. Fifty-two contemporary artists from across the country, whose talents are as diverse as the parks they set out to explore, used their surroundings as a source of inspiration to blend musical and cinematic skills into collaboratively crafted vignettes. Epic in its ambition to celebrate these locales during Parks Canada’s centennial year, this omnibus film resonates with the knowledge that our unprotected land is more vulnerable than ever. Including films by Zacharius Kunuk, Peter Lynch, Sturla Gunnarsson and John Walker, and music by Sarah Harmer, Sam Roberts, Cadence Weapon and The Besnard Lakes, among many others, National Parks Project is a one-of-a-kind documentary experience. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Steve S (jp) wrote: I enjoyed it. The acting is good and the story is interesting. I think it may not appeal to everyone. There weren't any dynamic characters and they were all simple. They could've made the story more compelling by showing some of the effects of the sell-off outside the firm. It was enjoyable for me, but not recommended for all people.

Rachel N (ca) wrote: Brilliant little Indie film. A must see for Jeremy Sisto's amazing performance.

Abel D (au) wrote: Despite tacky writing and a video game-esque narrative, somehow, this other 90s Tarzan picture still gets by. This is thanks in part to lush African production values (the first Tarzan film to be filmed on location), a short runtime and even a thrilling and lively score by Christopher Framke.

Manolo P (jp) wrote: Inquiring among the problems for the lack of gender equity in India, this film is built here with sumptuousness, high descriptions, entertainment and subtlety to deal with sensitive issues, being a fascinating story parallel to the independence of this country carried out in a committed and effective way - as it had to be. 78/100

Timothy S (ca) wrote: Until his untimely death, John Candy was always one of our most likable and dependable comic actors. Even in the worst of films, he always got the most out of his bankable charisma and you won't find a much more unappealing film that he starred in than "Going Berserk". This was his first major film role after leaving the Canadian comedy troupe "SCTV", and several of his friends from that outfit just about sink their careers before they get started in this film as well.Candy shows some of the star quality he would be known for in this dreary, unfunny picture but co-stars Joe Flaherty and Eugene Levy aren't given much to do. There's a plot here, but in all actuality, it makes up very little of the film's blessedly short running time. The rest of this almost feels like the worst episode of "SCTV" ever, a weak collection of skits that seem disjointed and out of place. The biggest time waster here involves Candy getting arrested and breaking out with future "Ghostbuster" Ernie Hudson. It eats away at the running time and has absolutely nothing to do with anything, but like the rest of the picture, it's completely devoid of laughs. The movie might have worked better as a "PG" rated, more family orientated film like "Who's Harry Crumb?". The sex humor here feels out of place and unnecessarily crude and embarrassing. Candy's best films were kinder, gentler offerings, but this was too early in his career to know what kind of role would fit him the best. At the time this was made, "R" rated comedies were all the rage and that's what was offered to him. He should have waited for a better offer. "Going Berserk" is a desperate and forgettable flick.

Private U (jp) wrote: Pretty entertaining as B movies go, with good songs and supporting actors who are cute. I would mostly just like to be a cigarette girl in such an establishment as where this takes place in.

Daniel A (kr) wrote: Long but worthwhile Bette Davis vehicle in which she plays an infamously beautiful socialite who fails to understand that real beauty is beyond skin-deep, only to see her own looks fade due to a tragic illness. Davis' performance is an odd one, despite being one of her ten Oscar-nominated turns, many viewers will struggle to get behind her shrill delivery, and the fact that she was really not the great beauty her character is supposed to be. However this is one of the screen's very greatest talents we're talking about, so for every question mark there's a moment of real genius, usually found within the finer details of her work. Additionally Claude Rains is great as the title character, while the film's costumes, art direction and the like are all top-notch.

Juha K (mx) wrote: Could be a fun movie even though relationships suck. There was Cure and that's a plus. :)

Amelia T (ru) wrote: Such a spark between the two characters ! Hepburn's even more charming here than in her other films.