Roadside Attractions | Release Date: May 7, 2004
7.4
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Generally favorable reviews based on 95 Ratings
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spadenxDec 15, 2011
I thought it was decent but it simply proved what we all already knew - That fast food is bad for you. Morgan did a decent job at putting it into film but it simply wasnt that interesting.
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knoah42Apr 11, 2012
The lawyers that teamed up with Spurlock look like they've ran out of tobacco companies to sue. This documentary is just using scare tactics to kill fast food companies and pass the blame from the people WHO MAKE THE DECISION to eat the fastThe lawyers that teamed up with Spurlock look like they've ran out of tobacco companies to sue. This documentary is just using scare tactics to kill fast food companies and pass the blame from the people WHO MAKE THE DECISION to eat the fast food to the corporations themselves because we can't handle being told that we've become too lazy to exercise or eat a proper diet. A poor excuse for muckraking; this just fuels the "let's sue everyone" fire. However, it was entertaining, so it gets a 5. If you've never seen it, skip it and see Fathead instead. Expand
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frankTJan 10, 2006
Amusing but absurd. Gorging yourself with McDonald's is bad for you? shocking. This filmmaker is a frustrated actor who decided to cast himself in a feature. the idea that you'd take the super size every time it is offered is Amusing but absurd. Gorging yourself with McDonald's is bad for you? shocking. This filmmaker is a frustrated actor who decided to cast himself in a feature. the idea that you'd take the super size every time it is offered is absurd. that's like accepting every sales pitch you enounter for a month. duh. Expand
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