Unacceptable Levels Reviews

  • Dec 09, 2014

    Very boring, incomplete and pointless waste of the viewer's time. Mr. Brown completely misses one of the largest polluters: the livestock industry. He and his wife are obviously supporters of the Weston Price Foundation, as seen by their numerous interviews with Sally Fallon Morell, its founding president (also founder of A Campaign for Real Milk, a group with books like "Eat Fat, Lose Fat..." written by Fallon & Mary Enig [recently deceased] and other questionable dietary recommendations). On many occasions we see Mrs. Brown cooking up deep-fried flesh, serving up pounds of eggs and many more of the foundation's recommended artery- clogging foods for their family.. Then Mr. Brown constantly complains about his wife's Crohn's disease and his asthma. So which is it: the toxins in their environment, or their diet that's making him and his family sick? Watching this boring film, you get the feeling that Mr. Brown made it in hopes of making money, while showing the viewer nothing more than what most people already know and riding on the coattails of other, pithier documentary filmmakers. Most of the statements made by the spokespersons in the film are either generalities, self-evident or factually incomplete. I think most people will get tired of this self-indulgent piece of junk after just a few minutes.

    Very boring, incomplete and pointless waste of the viewer's time. Mr. Brown completely misses one of the largest polluters: the livestock industry. He and his wife are obviously supporters of the Weston Price Foundation, as seen by their numerous interviews with Sally Fallon Morell, its founding president (also founder of A Campaign for Real Milk, a group with books like "Eat Fat, Lose Fat..." written by Fallon & Mary Enig [recently deceased] and other questionable dietary recommendations). On many occasions we see Mrs. Brown cooking up deep-fried flesh, serving up pounds of eggs and many more of the foundation's recommended artery- clogging foods for their family.. Then Mr. Brown constantly complains about his wife's Crohn's disease and his asthma. So which is it: the toxins in their environment, or their diet that's making him and his family sick? Watching this boring film, you get the feeling that Mr. Brown made it in hopes of making money, while showing the viewer nothing more than what most people already know and riding on the coattails of other, pithier documentary filmmakers. Most of the statements made by the spokespersons in the film are either generalities, self-evident or factually incomplete. I think most people will get tired of this self-indulgent piece of junk after just a few minutes.