So, I called Disney to ensure that they would showing the new film, so I wouldn't drive there for no reason. They said, yes, it would be starting at 11 AM. Drove over and walked to Canada. The gentleman CM was in the middle of his spiel, mentioning he was from Newfoundland, yadda, yadda. Afterwards, we walk in, with new BGM entrance music, I'm assuming by Bruce Broughton. It was OK, new material, nothing to write home about. The film itself is slightly shorter, running at 14 min instead of 18 min. It's narrated by Martin Short. I enjoy the comedic stylings of Short usually, but his inclusion in the new film gave it a slightly cheesy, hokey feel. Some of the bits I caught that were kept from the old version were the forest scene that kind of looks like footage of Endor. Also, the footage of the dramatic climb over the snow capped mountain which had the nice string writing from the old version is kept as well. Also included at the end of the film was the mountie surrounding bit. I hate to say it, but the music provided by Broughton seemed uninspired overall. The end of the film featured an updated version of "Canda..You're a Lifetime" sung by last years Canada Idol winner. She has a pleasant voice and the arrangement wasn't awful; it was standard pop: rhythm section and fake strings (I believe). I didn't hate it like I thought I would have. I'm glad a part of the old film was held on to for the new. As you exit, theres also a nicely done updated orchestration of the song as well. The new footage shot looks great and gives (I guess) a better, more modern take on Canada. The film still shows you the same cities and landscapes, however, slightly changed. Just a note, I heard newer digital projectors and sound was to be installed, I don't believe it was so. I'm sure I'll think of more later; that's all for now. Thanks for reading. BTW, I saw a couple people camcordering, if that was anyone that posts/reads here; let me know, I'm interested in your opinions.