Fed Up blows the lid off everything we thought we knew about food and weight loss, revealing a 30-year campaign by the food industry, aided by the U.S. government, to mislead and confuse the American public, resulting in one of the largest health epidemics in history.
Upending the conventional wisdom of why we gain weight and how to lose it| Fed Up unearths a dirty secret of the American food industry-far more of us get sick from
what we eat than anyone has previously realized. Filmmaker Stephanie Soechtig and TV journalist Katie Couric lead us through this potent exposé that uncovers
why-despite media attention| the public's fascination with appearance| and government policies to combat childhood obesity-generations of American children will now
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Fed Up torrent reviews
(br) wrote: Generic romantic comedy from Australia, very watchable but makes you wonder if people actually live like this? I think not. That is reality with a swift kick to the groin that wakes you up before the movie is half over and the rest of the film you chuckle quietly as the movie "ideal" is presented in front of you.
(nl) wrote: Not brilliant, but worth a look for those who want to see Stallone and Schwarzenegger together in the same (improbable) story.
(es) wrote: Painfully average. Feels like a long episode from a drama show. Very quiet, calm film with a very quiet soundtrack and little to no action. Likable characters, but the only sparks of tension or conflict seem to feel awkward and uncomfortable. The subject matter is interesting, but it tells little that I wouldn't have ever thought about otherwise. Lots of talking, and the heavy ideas slip in almost uncomfortably, catching you off-guard amidst everything else going so well. The main character is almost too cheerful, in that I found myself squirming at how upbeat and unmoved she is by what's happening around her. She's almost too perfect to keep my interest, despite her pleasant smile. And the world she lives in seems to make too much sense. It's hard to feel genuinely surprised at anything, because few things have resonating impact or feel deeply important or life-changing.The film attempts to bring in a major conflict through the girlfriend character, but even her story feels like it's playing second fiddle to the main character's perfect existence. The girlfriend's conflict merely seems to weigh down and slow the story when it seems to need a more grounding plot. And their love seems so pure and cutesy and almost imaginary that it distracts from whatever genuine feelings they do have. (And do we really need all the extended "kiss" scenes to 'prove' that they love each other?)Point is, if you want a good movie about their kind of relationship and problems, there are far better movies to spend your time with, that carry a real sense of weight, and are far more interesting.
(de) wrote: Ach it wasn't that bad, yet another film which flops in the eyes of reviewers.
(de) wrote: It is one of the cheesiest movies ever and the puns and poo references were great. I think it's my new favorite bad movie.
(es) wrote: i would like to see this
(mx) wrote: Nicely detailed, but is really a somewhat soapy melodrama masquerading as lyrical and meditative high art.
(kr) wrote: The plot is a bit week, but lets be honest, the whole point of this film is to see Picard and Kirk teaming up to take down a villain. With that in mind, the movie does enough to keep me entertained. This film likely won't resonate with moviegoers that aren't Trek fans.
(ag) wrote: When I first saw this I wanted my life to be just like this when I grew up. It's also my favourite film about being Jewish
(gb) wrote: uhhhhh.....that's nice!
(ag) wrote: A heartbreaking silent comedy re-released with a narration by Chaplin himself that only adds to it instead of standing in the way, and it is a classic that features numerous memorable scenes in one single film, some of them quite moving while others extremely funny.
(es) wrote: For the Wachowski Brothers' first film, the duo gave us a very clever and suspenseful neo-noir that has a degree of craft that's shockingly vacant from the rest of their filmography (including The Matrix). Focusing on a lesbian couple's attempt to rip-off the mob, Bound is surprisingly more tasteful than exploitative, and it's carried by a trio of impressive performances. Gershon, Tilly and Pantoliano all invigorate the screen, carried by evocative camera work that recalls the Coen Brothers at times. It doesn't transgress every gangster-movie cliche, but when it does it makes for a very good viewing experience, and makes one wonder what else the Wachowskis would have concocted if they stayed relatively low-key.
(nl) wrote: Although the first half hour is difficult to stomach, the film as a whole is very rewarding. first-rate cinematography by Ian Jones.