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One Week is a Canadian film about a man who has just been diagnosed with cancer and he decided to take a cross country ride to figure some things out. Many people claim that Canadian movies are boring and they have a point- this film tends to lag, there is something I cannot put my fingers on but the film seems dull. Joshau Jackson is competent though this isn't a role that requires charisma and energy- quite the opposite actually. The soundtrack is good and the scenery more than makes up for the proceedings. Give it a shot if you haven't seen Canadian films.
Cheesy and cookie-cutter. Still put together well though and is probably the best Canada-appreciation movie out there.
I love this movie. The story, the feelings it evokes. It's well-written, and Joshua Jackson does an exceptional job. The landscape and the music alone make my heart swell, being Canadian as all-get-out. This is a movie that everyone should see, in my opinion.
One of my favorite Canadian films.
Reasonably enjoyable easy to watch and meaningful film.
The utterly boring and omnipresent voice-over of this film kills it.
this is one of the best movies I've ever seen it connects me to my country and gives me pride, I think this movie perfectly describes Canada and it's essence
sad but unlifting. and undeniably canadian
Inspiring. This movie is not for everyone. This movie is for those who enjoy reflecting on life. Ben Tyler, who has been diagnosed with a type of stage four cancer, decides to hit the open road instead of seeking treatment. Along the way, he meets several people that help him reevaluate his relationship with his fiancÃ©e Samantha, his job and his dream of becoming a writer.
It's a good road trip movie