The Mountie (2011)
An ambitious mounted policeman suffers a major career setback, but discovers his true calling in the treacherous Yukon Territory. Wade Grayling (Andrew Walker) was on his way to a promising career with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police when, on that fateful night in 1893, he was accused of dishonoring the Crown. Subsequently dispatched to survey the Yukon for a new garrison, Grayling arrives in the remote village of Merci, where he encounters a small group of Russian settlers. Upon noticing a body hanging from a nearby tree, Grayling realizes that Merci is a town in desperate need of law and order. … More
- Western , Drama , Action & Adventure , Art House & International
- Directed By:
- Wyeth Clarkson , S. Wyeth Clarkson
- Written By:
- Wyeth Clarkson , Charles Johnston , S. Wyeth Clarkson , Grant Sauve
- In Theaters:
- Jul 19, 2011 Wide
- On DVD:
- Jul 18, 2011
as Wade Grayling
as Robert Johnson
as Chinese Woman
as Wade Grayling
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Critic Reviews for The Mountie
The Mountie spends so much time aping Clint Eastwood it could have been titled A Fistful of Loonies.
There's something satisfyingly Canadian about the movie, and it's fitting that it opens here on Canada Day.
With gorgeous cinematography, brisk pacing, evocative music, well-orchestrated showdowns and no-nonsense storytelling, The Mountie delivers an entertaining slice of Canadian history that never feels like it's a patriotic duty to watch.
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