See BON COP, BAD COP free on National Canadian Film Day, April 19

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We are very proud to be taking part in National Canadian Film Day again this April 19th! We have held screenings for the past two years of the event, but this year is extra special as we are joining hundreds of cinemas, schools, libraries, clubs and more across the countries who are holding screenings to celebrate Canada 150. This year there are 1,700+ screenings across the country, in every province and territory!

This year we are bringing you the hit comedy BON COP BAD COP (14A), which you can check out for FREE on April 19th at 7:00 PM. Be sure to check it out, because the sequel hits in May!

We hope to see you on April 19th as we celebrate great Canadian cinema! To learn more about National Canadian Film Day, check out Reel Canada.

BON COP BAD COP
Length: 116 minutes
Rating: 14A (Coarse Language, Nudity, Violence, FREE ADMISSION)

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Synopsis: Free Admission for National Canadian Film Day!

A box-office smash, Bon Cop, Bad Cop is an action-packed comedy about two policemen who are thrown together to solve a crime committed on the border between Quebec and Ontario.

Ward (Feore) and Boucher (Huard) couldn’t be more different: one is an English-speaker from Toronto, the other is a French-speaker from Montreal; one never deviates from established procedure, the other is a rebel who refuses to play by the rules. The detectives soon learn that if they are to solve this lurid crime, which is linked to the world of hockey, they need to stop bickering and work together.

With uproarious performances from both leads, Bon Cop, Bad Cop is a genuinely clever take on the buddy-cop genre that will keep you captivated throughout.

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