Movies and Vapes

Filmmaking is the most powerful medium for advertising. As mentioned by Vape industry experts, Movies defined the culture of the generations. Sometimes, we see innovative technologies we once thought we could only see on screen, but now they are part of our lives.
Cigarette smoking was prevalent mainly in action films, probably because it was manly. However, over time, the health risk of cigarette smoking became more known.
This has negatively impacted the appearance of smoking in films. As such, production companies started to do away with smoking on screen.
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1. Sonya Ballantyne (@Honey_Child), Filmmaker
My best Canadian movie of the Decade is Goon. It was not an easy choice because there were several good choices like Rebelle (Kim Nguyen, 2012), Birth of a Family (Tasha Hubbard, 2017), and Grave Encounters (The Vicious Brothers, 2011).
However, my heart was set on Goon because it is funny, bloody, and crass. For me, Canadian movies have always been boring. Still, Goon has a certain vulgarity to it that we can all enjoy.
2. Bill Chambers (@FlmFrkCentral). Editor, Film Freak Central
Resurrecting Hassan by Carlo Guillermo Proto and…

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Are you looking for historical dramas to binge-watch during the weekend? Look no further because we’ve got you covered!
1. Hochelaga, Terre des Âmes (Land of Soul)
Set in: 1837
About: Hochelaga, Terre des Ames is a Canadian historical drama produced in 2017 about Baptiste Asigny, the Mohawk archeologist. He sets out to find his ancestors after an unfortunate terrain slump at the Percival Molson Stadium.
The 1953 explorations of Jacques Cartier, the 1837 Lower Canadian Rebellion, and the 1944 operations in the Montreal Neurological hospital are …

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It is not an exhaustive list, but we’re sure you’ll love these!
1. The Bitter Ash (1963)
Larry Kent directed this risque story of manipulation, drugs, and exploitation. Haunting but incredibly exciting!
2.A Married Couple (1969)
Directed by Allan King, this movie depicts the slow and excruciatingly painful disintegration of a marriage and the couple’s attempt to fix it.
3. Goin’ Down the Road (1970)
Donald Shebib directs the story of two young friends who leave Nova Scotia with the hopes of making it in the big city. …

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