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Strange Brew
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Strange Brew 1983

From Amazon: What matters most in life, eh? Hockey, donuts and beer? A slab of back bacon? And did we mention beer? At least, that's what matters most to Bob (Rick Moranis) and Doug (Dave Thomas) McKenzie when they bring the goofy lunacy of SCTV's "The Great White North" to the great wide movie indoors. (read more)

Directed By:
No image existsRick Moranis
No image existsDave Thomas
Written By:
No image existsSteve DeJarnatt
No image existsRick Moranis
No image existsDave Thomas
No image existsMel Blanc

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Strange Brew Movie Review by Lisa (7/17/2009)

Apparently watching "Strange Brew" at least once is mandatory if you want to become a Canadian Citizen (same goes for "Slap shot"), and as I'm gearing up to take my citizenship test I figured it was a good place to start.

Believe it or not this flick is VERY, VERY loosely based on Hamlet or so I read, although I didn't...

(complete Strange Brew review by Lisa)

Strange Brew Movie Review by Richard (6/2/2007)

Oh Canada. How gracious of a provider to our beverage industry during prohibition. In the 80's, my Grandmother called, youse guyse, "The Columbia Of the 20's". Oh Canada, with your clear blue skies and frozen flanges. I often considered that if things went sour with my country, I might have a place to lay my head.


(complete Strange Brew review by Richard)

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