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An eye-opening expose of the modern food industry, Food, Inc. is both fascinating and terrifying, and essential viewing for any health-conscious citizen.
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This is the kind of muckraking we should see more often.
This solidly constructed documentary aims to do for food production what An Inconvenient Truth did for global warming.
Concerned with entertainment value as well as clarity and punch, he uses lots of colourful graphics, and moves quickly from one aspect of his subject to another.
Smart, gripping, and untainted by the influence of Michael Moore.
After you see what IBP is doing to cattle, what Tyson is doing to chickens, what farmers are doing to us and what Monsanto is doing to farmers in the new documentary Food, Inc., you may never eat again.
A mind-boggling, heart-rending, stomach-churning expose on the food industry.
The result is a very unappetizing dish, served in the form of a valuable documentary. [Full review in Spanish]
Want a nice juicy burger? Maybe not, maybe never if you catch Food, Inc., a calm but powerful indictment of the food industry.
As a film, it functions almost to snow you under with bits of little-examined, often unconnected ideas. The narrative is segmented into extremely short intervals, all helpfully introduced by inter-titles with cute plays on words.
The film overstuffs the viewer with rich food for thought but leaves you with the unsatisfied feeling that it missed the mark. And the liberal sprinkling of scare tactics gives a sour taste.
One word of caution: Eat before you see it. After it's over, the idea of a swing through the drive-thru might not be so appetizing.
A doco which could make you sick!
We are what we eat, and this is an informative documentary that exposes some disturbing - yet not exactly unknown - truths about the food industry in the USA and shows how vital it is for people to start consuming natural/organic products in order to live healthy lives.
A well constructed argument that criticises the food industry for its methods and the government for its lack of oversight. Prepare for jarring images of animal cruelty. What's ignored in the whole proposal is the obvious population explosion and concurrent rise in affluence of millions, affording them the luxury of eating what they choose (and, as the film itself points out, they make the wrong choice ). And so a passionate, if incomplete, presentation. If you're reading this you probably already know where you stand on this issue. Where is the doc that takes on the consequences of feeding the population explosion is what I wanna know.
In this documentary on the american food industry, you get an inside view at where your food comes from. Seeing what Monsanto does to the farmers, what IBP is doing to the cattle, and what Tyson is doing to the chickens, you may never eat again. I know most people would just say that they can't live without their meat, and it doesn't bother them where it comes from, or what's in it. Being a vegetarian, this film opened my eyes to the prospect that even my organic produce may be full of harmful chemicals. Some of my classmates went vegetarian for life after seeing this disturbing, deeply affecting documentary. It's an important one to see. Watch it!
Important. Scary. Effective. Food, Inc. is a documentary that lives up to its hype. It has a very clear message: The food industry is bad, and then it goes on to tell and show, in full view, how and why this is so. It may be a bit disorganized (after all, it has a lot to cover, from seeds to cattle), and its also hard to tell how much of the information is exaggerated in order to scare audiences into taking action, but it is obvious that this film comes from a good place and has a noble goal. The film deserves to be watched based on that fact alone.
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