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This is the kind of muckraking we should see more often.November 18, 2011 | Rating: 3/5
This solidly constructed documentary aims to do for food production what An Inconvenient Truth did for global warming.November 17, 2011 | Rating: 3/5 | Full Review…
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.May 21, 2010 | Rating: 3/5 | Full Review…
Overused narration treats the audience like the cattle being abused on screen; a continuous score rams the message home, just in case we missed the point...February 12, 2010 | Rating: 2/5 | Full Review…
Compelling, entertaining and illuminating documentary which makes you think twice, and then a few more times, about eating anything at all in U.S.February 12, 2010 | Rating: 4/5 | Full Review…
Smart, gripping, and untainted by the influence of Michael Moore.August 20, 2009 | Full Review…
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May 27, 2015We 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.Carlos M Super Reviewer
Oct 20, 2012In 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!Raymond W Super Reviewer
Oct 20, 2012I had avoided watching Food, Inc. for quite some time. It's very rare for me to completely avoid watching a film, and there is always a very good reason behind it. Before watching it, I was satisfied with being ignorant about where my food really comes from because I knew I would not like the answer. I was absolutely right. Seeing a "farmer" pick up dozens of dead chicken carcasses and then transport them away echoes the Holocaust but for animals. Seeing a chicken out of breath due to rapid body growth is horribly sad and heart breaking. When they said you would never look at your food the same way again, they were right. One of my favorite all time foods is Perdue's chicken nuggets, and I will never be able to eat them the same way again. Food, Inc. is an incredibly alarming, disturbing, interesting and necessary viewing for anyone that questions the source of their food.Kevin M Super Reviewer
May 12, 2012Food, Inc. is overly cautionary and doesn't contain as many groundbreakings truths as it's been made out to. Luckily, it's chock full of interesting facts, and it's helped along by sharp direction and an informative script.Isaac H Super Reviewer
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