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Director  Mark Griffiths
Initial DVD release  July 5, 2005
5.6/10 IMDb

Genre  Comedy, Romance
Music director  Patric Caird
Language  English
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Release date  August 20, 2004 (Canada)
Writer  Eric Goodman (screenplay), Kelly Senecal (screenplay), Kelly Senecal (story)
Cast  Christopher Jacot (Nick), Joanne Kelly (Sasha), Shawn Roberts (Tyler), Mayko Nguyen (Jill), Ryan Belleville (Dime), Katheryn Winnick (Trish)
Similar movies  Due Date, Sinister, Devil in My Ride, The Man with the Iron Fists, Cat People, Scream Bloody Murder
Tagline  They came. They saw. They came.

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Going the Distance is a 2004 Canadian teen/comedy film directed by Mark Griffiths, and written by Eric Goodman and Kelly Senecal. A road movie set across Canada, its tagline was They came. They saw. They came. The film was released in Canada as Going the Distance, but for American release the film's title was expanded to National Lampoon's Going the Distance. The Canadian DVD release retains its original release title.


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Produced by Brightlight Pictures and the first film underwritten in part by MuchMusic, Going the Distance was a brand extension for the music television channel and a foray into theatrical feature films by MuchMusic's then-corporate ownership CHUM Limited.

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Recent changes to Telefilm Canada funding rewarded the producers of domestic films that were commercial successes in English Canada, and Going the Distance was a bid for such success.

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Plot summary

Nick (Jacot), whose life seemed to be going perfectly, realizes he may lose his girlfriend to a famous music producer (Priestley). He sets out on a roadtrip from the west coast to go to the MuchMusic Video Awards in Toronto, along with two buddies (Tyler and Dime), for the road trip of their lives.


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  • Christopher Jacot – as Nick
  • Shawn Roberts – as Tyler
  • Ryan Belleville – as Dime
  • Jason Priestley – as Lenny Swackhammer
  • Joanne Kelly – as Sasha
  • Mayko Nguyen – as Jill
  • Katheryn Winnick – as Trish
  • August Schellenberg - as Emile
  • Avril Lavigne – as Herself
  • Matt Frewer – as Farmer Joseph
  • Iris Graham – as Shy girl
  • Crystal Lowe – as French Waitress
  • Cameos

  • George Stroumboulopoulos – as VJ
  • Gob – performing band
  • Prevail – performing band
  • Swollen Members – performing band
  • Soundtrack

    The Going The Distance OST was available soon after the movie was released.[1]

    1. Sum 41 – Open Your Eyes
    2. Gob – Break
    3. The Darkness – Growing on Me
    4. Jersey – What A Wonderful World
    5. Jet – Cold Hard Bitch
    6. Katy Rose – License To Thrill
    7. Thornley – So Far So Good
    8. Avril Lavigne – Losing Grip (Live In Dublin)
    9. The Trews – Not Ready to Go
    10. Swollen Members – Watch This
    11. Kyprios – Sex
    12. Sweatshop Union feat. Moka Only – Better Days
    13. Lester – Superfreak
    14. Motion Soundtrack – Knockin
    15. Nickelback – Someday
    16. Shania Twain - Man I feel like a woman


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