Canadians have very similar taste in movies as Americans do, and are lucky in that as soon as a film opens in the United States, it opens the same day in Canada.
This is not to say that Canadians and Americans always embrace the same movies. Sometimes a film will do much better or worse in Canada than it does in the United States
Canada produces some high quality and world-renowned films on its own, such as The Sweet Hereafter and Les Invasions barbares and commercial successes within Canada such as Men with Brooms.
Several Canadian cities have been competing in the last 25 years for the title of "Hollywood North", meaning that so many movies are shot on location in those cities that it becomes an unofficial northern movie production centre.
Some movies shot on location in Toronto include X-Men, My Big Fat Greek Wedding and Chicago.
Some movies shot on location in Vancouver include The 6th Day, Elf and The X-Files.
Some movies shot on location in Montreal include The Score, Catch Me If You Can and The Whole Nine Yards.