I tried to see this while it was on the festival circuit last year but it was always up against something I couldn’t miss - but it worked out nicely since I was able to go see it with my wife. This is the kind of film where if you hated it, I might just accuse you of being dead inside. It’s pretty damn charming. It’s simple and sweet and entertaining. Often films that take a gentler approach to innocent comedy pander a lot to their audience where this one felt pretty smart in it’s comedy. I found myself laughing out loud regularly. And Gordon Pinsent gives one of his most entertaining performances (in a career full of them) - also lovely to see Peter Keleghan as well. Brendan Gleason was simply perfect as the small town man that steps up to rally the troops together and save the town. If you’re from a small town, or just like good hearted films, please do yourself a favour and check this out - especially if you’re looking for something to do on Canada Day!