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You'll probably walk away from Super Size Me 2: Holy Chicken! shivering with disgust and wondering how you can go on living in a world as gross and inhumane as ours.
"Super Size Me 2" is half a good movie, because it teaches you something. But maybe not enough. Spurlock, as instrumental as he has been in putting these issues on the table, doesn't seem to fully get what his own movie is about.
Neither of the "Super-Size Me" movies is fine art, but there's a certain artfulness with which they're assembled.
Vegans and animal lovers might have a tough time stomaching parts of the film.
Jaunty but thought-provoking ...
Unless you're partial to Spurlock's fluffy style of cutesy, self-satisfied juxtaposition, music cues, narration, animation, man-on-the-street interviews, and on-screen text, there's not much of value that you couldn't just pick up from a good article.
This is fast food cinema, tasty enough and well prepared, a far better dish than the original, and sure to be snacked upon by a large audience.
While I can't deny that I was somewhat entertained by Super Size Me 2: Holy Chicken, I would be lying if I admitted that I learned more than one or two minor things while watching it.
A smug odyssey of know-it-all-ism that yields a scant few factoids we didn't already learn from his first film.
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