By Gregory Kirschling
April 11, 2007 at 04:00 AM EDT

Everything's Gone Green

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  • Movie

We’ve rarely seen Vancouver as we see it in Everything’s Gone Green: as Vancouver. On a break from playing Seattle or Manhattan, the city gets to flaunt its emerald foliage, which is enough to give an unusual shine to this agreeable twentysomething-angst comedy scripted by novelist Douglas Coupland. The story — a guy (Paulo Costanzo) who works for the lottery gets mixed up in money laundering — is slight, but an appealing cast and lots of scenic leafery make Green feel fresh.

Everything's Gone Green

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  • Movie
mpaa
  • R
runtime
  • 93 minutes
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