Fetching Cody
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A small-time Vancouver drug dealer traverses through time in a desperate bid to alter the grim fate of his comatose girlfriend in this bittersweet time travel fantasy from first-time director David Ray. Art (Jay Baruchel) is a petty drug slinger whose relationship with girlfriend and addict Cody (Sarah Lind) is starting to get serious. After Art arrives home one evening to find Cody overdosed on the floor and drifting into a coma, he seeks refuge at the home of eccentric junk collector Harvey (Jim Byrnes) -- an old street friend who claims that the ratty recliner he has recently acquired is… More

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"Ungainly mix of gritty street-life drama, perky teen romance and seriocomic sci-fi time-tripping never jells."
‑ Joe Leydon, Variety
"...certain scenes come off as surprisingly entertaining while others just seem to drag on and on."
‑ David Nusair, Reel Film Reviews
"Ray's script shambles off in all directions and succeeds only in reinforcing our disbelief."
‑ Susan Walker, Toronto Star
"Fetching Cody, with its squeaky-clean leads and tidy Vancouver streets generally comes off like an ABC After School Special with a lukewarm Twilight Zone ending."
‑ Jim Slotek, Jam! Movies
"The final third of the script feels like an afterthought in a film that cannot bring any plausibility to its gritty setting nor its characters' plight because it began with an inherently sentimental plot device."
‑ Kate Taylor, Globe and Mail
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