Set in the Great White North of Canada, YOGA HOSERS tells the story of Colleen Collette and Colleen McKenzie - two teenage besties from Winnipeg who spend their lives doing Yoga with their faces in their phones, 'Liking' or 'Not Liking' the real world around them. But when these Sophomore girls are invited to a Senior party by the school hottie, the Colleens accidentally uncover an ancient evil, long buried beneath the Manitoba earth.
Kevin Smith shot this film with a PG-13 rating in mind. However, the MPAA initially gave it an R-rating for "some sexual content." It was later changed to PG-13 after the MPAA rewatched it in preparation for a hearing to lower the rating. The MPAA decided to lower the rating without the need for the hearing. See more »
Miss Maurice said that the "Surete Du Quebec" (the provincial police of quebec) arrested the canadian nazi Adrien Arcand in 1940, the "Surete du Quebec" was established in 1968 , before that it was called "Surete Provinciale". See more »
Haters have got to hate, like the douches have to douche. That's the life, right there in a nutshell.
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Glamthrax featuring Guy Lapointe sing Oh Canada during the end credits. See more »
I love most of Kevin Smith's movies and I enjoy his recent stuff that steps outside his norms as he plays with whatever ideas intrigue him but this is the one notable exception. The movie had so much potential and fell so far short of it that the movie is virtually unwatchable. The acting sucks, even notable actors gave crappy performances in this. The fake Canadian accents and dialog had me turn the movie off twice before I was able to finally force myself to sit through the rest of it. Hopefully his next venture isn't as fantastically bad as this one was.
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