The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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At the end of the day, Rawal is trying to make a point more than telling a story. It's hard to blame him, because we've avoided this shameful problem for too long, and for a change, someone's actually offering a reasonable solution.
Because of the narrative's need for closure, the film bizarrely recasts the lost battle as something uplifting.
How miserable does your day have to be to transform the breeze from a pesticide spray into a blessing?
Rawal takes a compassionate but dry approach that suggests he's focused on making a call to arms, not art.
Americans remain all too disconnected from those who toil in grim living and working conditions to supply their food. Maybe it's about time to worry.
Thought-provoking docu stresses economics of Big Grocery.
"Food Chains" points its finger directly at big box stores and price fixing as the source of most problems, while also offering practical solutions.
[Food Chains] should literally be seen by every American who unquestioningly lifts fork to mouth for their three squares a day.
An educational and upsetting 81 minutes.
Perhaps Sanjay Rawal's most fascinating excursion into agriculture's dark side is the vineyards of Napa Valley, where the practically Eden-like scenery masks a dreary labor model.
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