7 Movies That Will Make You Fall in Love with Canada

7 Movies That Will Make You Fall in Love with Canada

Canada is one of the most beautiful countries in the world. It’s a country that is blessed with never-ending beauty. Comes in plenty of varieties, from beautiful mountains, unspoiled wilderness to beautiful cities. It’s no wonder film industries set their films in Canada, for it has spectacular settings.

The film industries have helped showcase Canada’s beauty to the rest of the world.  We can’t deny that it’s one of the best places globally that can create beautiful scenes for a perfect movie.

If you have missed movies set in Canada, open your account and enjoy all the good movies on Netflix Canada that will show you exactly how the place is.

Some movies are really good when showcasing how beautiful Canada is, and below are seven movies that will prove it:

One Week

Director: Michael McGowan

Writer: Michael McGowan

Cast: Joshua Jackson, Peter Spence, Marc Strange

IMDb Rating: 7.0/10

The film One Week revolves around a character named Ben (Joshua Jackson), a quiet man. His life changes after discovering he has cancer, a stage IV cancer chances of him surviving with treatment are 10%.

He buys a motorcycle and rides from Toronto to British Columbia to try and accept the reality. There, he stops at one of Canada’s iconic places, the Sudbury Big Nickel. A beautiful place that will help him find meaning in his life.

Les Boys

Director: Louis Saia

Writers: Christian Fournier, Louis Saia

Cast: Marc Messier, Rémy Girard, Patrick Huard

IMDb Rating: 6.7/10

Ladies ever wondered what guys say when they get together? The Les Boys shows you everything you need to know regarding the male gender. Les Boys is a comedy that focuses on the male gender through a boy’s hockey team.

The film shows how hockey is a culture in Canada and how much it means to Canadians.

Scott Pilgrim vs. the World

Director: Edgar Wright

Writers: Michael Bacall, Edgar Wright, Bryan Lee O’Malley

Cast: Michael Cera, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Kieran Culkin

IMDb Rating: 7.5/10

Scott Pilgrim, a role played by (Michael Cera), is a member of a garage rock band where he plays as a guitarist. Scott has never found it hard to get a girlfriend. The only problem he has with girls is how to get rid of them. However, all changes when he meets Ramona Flowers, a role played by Mary Elizabeth Winstead.

He realizes that she is different because she has an army of x-boyfriends who would do anything to eliminate Scott from her list.

The film focuses on Toronto, showcasing beautiful places in Toronto like Casa Loma, Toronto Public Library, Second Cup coffee shop, Pizza Pizza, and other non-tourist neighborhoods.

The Sweet Hereafter

Director: Atom Egoyan

Writers: Russell Banks, Atom Egoyan

Cast: Ian Holm, Sarah Polley, Caerthan Banks

IMDb Rating: 7.5/10

An accident leaves a small community in Canada in shock, as a school bus involved in an accident leaves more than 12 kids dead. A lawyer comes to town to try and defend the grieving families. But he comes to learn everything is not as it looks.

The film is set in British Columbia, and it showcases several places across British Columbia and Ontario. Here you will see the remoteness of the icy northern landscape of Canada.


Director: William Phillips

Writer: William Phillips

Cast: Paul Gross, Sienna Guillory, Dustin Milligan

IMDb Rating: 6.5/10

A peaceful town in the dominion of Canada is no longer peaceful as an American cowboy terrorizes them by the name of Montana Kid. He’s wanted to kill seven men. But later came to admit he hasn’t killed seven men but 11.

Gunless shows how Canada is the town of dominion portrays how the people in the country are polite, peaceful, and friendly. Something that even the Montana Kid discovers as he’s unable to call anyone to a gunfight.

The Shipping News

Director: Lasse Hallström

Writers: Annie Proulx, Robert Nelson Jacobs

Cast: Kevin Spacey, Julianne Moore, Judi Dench

IMDb Rating: 6.7/10

After the death of his wife, Quoyle is emotionally affected. In search of a way to reclaim his life, he and his daughter move to his ancestral home in a small town in Newfoundland. There, his shipping news changes his life completely.

The film shows the beautiful scenes of Canada’s east coast. It also shows Newfoundland’s craggy cliffs and the mist-covered hills.

Bon Cop, Bad Cop

Director: Erik Canuel

Writers: Leila Basen, Alex Epstein, Patrick Huard

Cast: Michel Beaudry, Patrice Bélanger, Pierre Boudreau

IMDb Rating: 6.8/10

Two detectives from Canada, one from Ontario and the other from Quebec, must try to work together despite having differences in style and language. They have to put their differences aside to solve a murder that occurred on the border of Ontario and Quebec.

The film brings out celebrities in Canada as the famous comedian Louis-José Houde and Rick Mercer and famous actor Sylvain Marcel, known for Familiprix pharmacy commercials.


The movies mentioned above make you want to visit Canada, for they show the beautification and the lifestyle available in Canada. The movies above are also entertaining to watch and worth every second of your time.

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