The movie is a nice summery of Canada but is old and getting a much needed update. The scenery around the waiting area and after you leave the theater is beautiful. The waterfalls and flowers are a very nice touch.
This is a pretty decent 360 film with some great scenery and Canadian culture. Wonders of China is more moving in my opinion, but O Canada is better than the film about France.
THE MUSIC AND THE 360 SCREEN MAKE YOU WANT TO MOVE TO CANADA. THE MOVIE IS IN DIRE NEED OF AN UPDATE BUT THIS IS A NICE INTRO TO OUR NEIGHBORS TO THE NORTH.
I really liked the clever way this film goes from one screen to nine for the full 360 effect. After that, it does a nice job of spotlighting beautiful landscapes throughout Canada. While the movie's vintage (1982) doesn't make the scenery any less appealing, it does beg the question, "Hasn't there been enough change in Canada in the last twenty years to warrant an update?"