Canada, like China, has a movie, but could its name be a little less stereotypical? It’s shot with nine cameras in Circle-Vision 360[dg], a process Walt Disney originally called Circarama. The 18-minute presentation (1982), which requires standing, was refurbished by adding newly shot bits with Martin Short as emcee. Most of its spectacular scenery (the Rockies, the Bay of Fundy) is timeless.