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The timing of the script seemed off. It starts off well but where the movie ends doesn't feel like it's paced right. The second part of the story is a bit thin, too. It looks brilliant, and the performances are good, but the movie only ok.
I think the choice of only looking at a couple of years of Robinson's life was the right one. His is a big story, likely too much for one movie. It's cinematically lush and the characters are played bigger than life. Which I think is apropos as that's exactly the scope of Robinson's accomplishments.
Loaded with information and lots of surprises that'll make your brain flip over. I think the fuel alternates are mostly a stop-gap though, so those parts of the story are cool but fleeting. Electric engines will take over, and relatively soon. But we should be aware of the people and techniques used to keep the public in the dark and on oil. There's good stuff here.
It argues convincingly for sustainability. I'm not sure you could watch this and not think that tuna is doomed without immediate action.
I'm a huge food doc fan, so this may have suffered from my breadth of viewing history. It had huge buzz when released. Nevertheless, I really enjoyed the story of this family. I want to go and eat at both restaurants!!