Everything's Gone Green Reviews
Director Paul Fox's failure to interpret the Coupland world from print to a visual media is the main problem with this movie. The blatant Vancouver-philia/Canadiana feels forced when it should have been handled with more subtlety. And to top it off the terrible casting choice in Paul Costanzo proves detrimental. The result is a product that feels cheaper than a motel bed sheet. This film is the equivalent of over-cooked pasta noodles: bland, tasteless, boring, boring, and boring.
Locals will love it