Breakfast with Scot (2007) - Comedy, Drama, Music

Hohum Score

17

Watchable

The hockey career of former Toronto Maple Leaf Eric McNally, who was known as a tough enforcer, came to an end with a shoulder injury. He is now a sportscaster. Except to his assistant Nula...

IMDB: 6.8
Director: Laurie Lynd
Stars: Tom Cavanagh, Ben Shenkman
Length: 95 Minutes
PG Rating: PG-13
Reviews: 7 out of 29 found boring (24.13%)

One-line Reviews (21)

Entertaining though maybe too rosy to be true.

I only lower my score to 9 because it followed a cliché plot.

A Xmas film worth watching again and again anytime anyplace.

They enjoyed it too.

So keep your hands on the edge of the pool.

Based on this movie, these Canadians are portrayed as bitchy, compassionate, unpredictable, charming and sensitive and hilariously funny people.

Camp movie, very amusing and emotionally engaging.

yet uses every single cliché imaginable.

Yes, it is a little predictable, in the sense that you ultimately know how a story like this is going to turn out.

Too Cute and Contrived to be engaging .

So enjoy the fun and relax in the entertaining cinematographic Jacuzzi.

All that aside, it is a warm and fuzzy and charming movie,albeit quite predictable.

Noah Bernett (Scot) does a great job portraying the campy, ambiguously gay tween who is struggling with the recent loss of his mother and navigating the confusing waters of what is and is not considered "acceptable" in society.

Yes this is a Xmas film, but one worth watching again & again anytime anyplace.

Of all the Canadian films I have seen over the years, this one is the most tired, boring, badly scripted piece of crap I have ever seen.

The writer seemed to be trying too hard to be cute and the obvious reaching for jokes kept it from being engaging.

First of all, the entire film is predictable from beginning to end.

Warm, fuzzy and predictable .

Again a very pleasant surprise and well worth watching.

"Breakfast with Scot" is a funny and corny gay movie, with a predictable story.

Much of the happenings are predictable, especially the climactic sequence.