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Canada · 2011
Rated R · 1h 49m
Director Ken Scott
Starring Patrick Huard, Julie Le Breton, Antoine Bertrand, Dominic Philie
Genre Comedy

In this rousing comedy, David Wosniak is a perpetual adolescent who discovers that, as a sperm donor, he has fathered 533 children. At the same time, he attempts to evade pursuit by thugs he owes money to, and struggles with the discovery that his girlfriend is pregnant.

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Slant Magazine by

Yet another example of modern-family predicaments getting stuffed into the traditional-family-values message of conventional comedies.


The Hollywood Reporter by John DeFore

A lovable underachiever unwittingly spawns his own village in Starbuck, Ken Scott's crowd-pleasing comedy exploring various meanings of fatherhood in the modern age.


Village Voice by Jon Frosch

The humor here is sitcom broad, and Scott displays little sense of rhythm; the film runs under two hours, but feels considerably longer.


McClatchy-Tribune News Service by Roger Moore

It’s a smidge too cute and a bit too long, but Huard and Scott make this comical journey (in French and “Franglish” with English subtitles), a trip from indifference to kindness, incompetence to responsibility, a most rewarding reinvention of what “family” can mean.


Total Film by Simon Kinnear

Huard’s charm offsets the plots contrivances, while Ken Scott’s finely balanced direction humanises the high concept.


The Globe and Mail (Toronto) by Stephen Cole

Starbuck is unapologetic genre filmmaking with a winning performance from its lead, Huard ( Bon Cop, Bad Cop), a shambling, likeable comedian who can flip, flop and fly off a diving board while maintaining his sex appeal.

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