Canaries (2017)

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The first wave of an alien invasion coincides with a New Years Eve party in a Welsh valley.


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  • Robert Pugh and Peter Stray in Canaries (2017)
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  • Steve Meo, Richard Mylan, Aled Pugh, Craig Russell, and Sheena Bhattessa in Canaries (2017)
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  • Richard Mylan, Aled Pugh, Craig Russell, and Sheena Bhattessa in Canaries (2017)
  • Scott Barrow, Tsilala Brock, and Rob Karma Robinson in Canaries (2017)

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19 October 2017 | kosmasp
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| In tune
The movie played at Frightfest and it arguably had if not the best introduction to a movie, then definitely one of the best. The main actor got conned into stripping (only partly, upper half, but still a hoot for all the women and some men I guess, but fun nevertheless). And it all was setting the mood for one very funny movie.

The main character, a radio DJ, who is past his prime, goes back to his roots. For financial reasons of course. What he doesn't know: there are things happening outside of his realm ... literally! But while the dialog is amazing, the script may seem a bit convoluted in general, especially when it comes to coherence. Still that takes not much away from the fun you can have with this. Just roll with it and it's idea, that is really out there ...

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