“Super Size Me” is one of those hyped up documentaries that were released recently. For once it wasn’t about politics, so I decided to watch it. It was about junk food in general and McDonald’s in particular.
Directed by: Morgan Spurlock
Cast: Morgan Spurlock, John Banzhaf, Bridget Bennett, Kelly Brownell, Ron English, Jared Fogel, Dr. Lisa Ganjhu, Don Gorske, Mary Gorske, Samuel Hirsch, Dr. Daryl Isaacs, Alexandra Jamieson, William Kish, Ronald McDonald, Marion Nestle, John Robbins, Ashley Sandy, Kacie Sandy, Laura Sandy, Dr. David Satcher, Dr. Stephen Siegel, Kymme Simchak, Jacob Sullum, Tommy Thompson, Dr. Lisa Young, Lisa R. Young
IMDB raintg: 7.7
My rating: 8.0 [rate 8.0]
I liked it. It was informative, interesting, and it was funny at places.
But most of all, it worked. During the course of the film, I felt glad several times. I felt glad about not eating as much junk food as I used to. And further on, I practically decided not to drink anymore Coke. I am still thinking about it, but I am almost convinced. I’ll stay with water, juices, and beer. Maybe tea or coffee occasionally. I am not drinking that much Coke anyway, but as bad as it gets, I figured why bother at all? Yeah.
So, I think its saying something – the film was really good and served the point.