1. Brother Bear: The film is set in North America, so we're gonna go ahead and count that as Canada. The film features another fantastic Phil Collins soundtrack too and lost Best Animated Feature to Finding Nemo.
2. Scott Pilgrim vs. The World: Set entirely in Toronto, this film will make you fall in love with Edgar Wright and video games.
3. Juno: This one features Michael Cera and Ellen Page, both Canadian. Also, its directed by Jason Reitman. Not sure if you can find a more Canadian film on this planet.
4. Dear Zachary: A Letter to a Son About His Father: This very emotional documentary will leave you with questions, tears, and meaning for life.
5. Monsieur Lazhar: I haven't seen this one yet, but it looks amazing and I've heard some great things.
6. Blades of Glory: This hilarious comedy about ice-skating is filmed mostly in Montreal. It features Will Ferrell in one of his arguably best roles of all time.
7. Titanic: You know, because Celine Dion!
8. Mean Girls: This one was filmed in Canadian high schools, showing the possible types of adolescent mind-sets involved in youth.
9. Brokeback Mountain: This one was filmed mostly in the gorgeous Canadian Rockies. Admittedly, I have not seen this film yet, but it did quite well at the Oscars so I'm sure its fantastic.
And finally the featured pick of the week:
10. 50/50: The film takes place in Seattle, but it was actually filmed in Vancouver, BC. There are a few easter eggs that show its true filming location, such as Seth Rogen's license plate.
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