Ralph Breaks the Internet
Mission: Impossible - Fallout
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If their stories don't persuade you to ditch the Dasani, vivid shots of how water bottle refuse is turning our oceans into "plastic soup" should do the trick.
Watch this film and you won't drink another bottle of water.
Illuminating, well-researched and vital. Documentaries like Tapped come along every once in a while to raise awareness, to inform the public and to clear the fog of propaganda.
Briskly paced and covering all facets of the bottled water industry, Tapped clearly takes inspiration from An Inconvenient Truth yet also charts its own path. Major points to the doc for including dissenting points of view from lobbying organizations and for mentioning three major companies declined to be interviewed for the film. A much larger problem than an understaffed FDA and an industry that simply doesn't care is underscored here, one that the filmmakers may not have intended: if bottled water causes so many health, environmental and legacy issues, what about the rest of the products we use on a daily basis? That's the question with no real answer. And it's a scary proposition.
You might never drink bottled water again.
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