Paint Cans (1994)

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Wick Burns is a government official with all the self-motivation and personality of a robot. His newest project is to find funding for a small art film, "Paint Cans".


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17 November 1998 | Wizard-8
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| UGH!
What a horrible, horrible movie! If this is typical of what government-sponsored Canadian filmmakers do, then I think we should cut off funding to the film industry. It's supposed to be a spoof of the Canadian film industry, but of course it has no fangs or a sense of humor. What the hell do those inserts of WW II stock footage mean? Why does the movie have such a dull, dreary look? Why the hell does the movie end with the main character staring into the camera at an angle? Where's the laughs? Where's the satire? It's easy to see why this movie (to my knowledge) never got a theatrical release or even a video distributor. To think my tax dollars supports this crap - I'm outraged! And it's movies like this which make me ashamed to be Canadian.

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Release Date:

13 September 1994

Language

English


Country of Origin

Canada

Filming Locations

Canada

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