Documentary filmmaker Robert Kenner examines how mammoth corporations have taken over all aspects of the food chain in the United States, from the farms where our food is grown to the chain restaurants and supermarkets where it's sold. Narrated by author and activist Eric Schlosser, the film features interviews with average Americans about their dietary habits, commentary from food experts like Michael Pollan and unsettling footage shot inside large-scale animal processing plants.
- Stars:Eric Schlosser, Richard Lobb, Vince Edwards, Carole Morison, Michael Pollan, Troy Roush, Larry Johnson, Allen Trenkle, Barbara Kowalcyk, Patricia Buck, Diana DeGette, Phil English, Eldon Roth, Maria Andrea Gonzalez, Rosa Soto,
- Director:Robert Kenner,
- Writer:Robert Kenner, Elise Pearlstein, Kim Roberts
An unflattering look inside America's corporate controlled food industry. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Food, Inc. torrent reviews
(fr) wrote: Useful start if you are interested in the topic but you'll have to do further research to get more information. The documentary presented a fairly balanced version of both sides.
(kr) wrote: It was okay. Certainly better than Hannah Montana
(au) wrote: Coogan really cracks me up in this. It starts out fairly bland and then we get a musical sequel to Shakespeare's tradegy and it is comedy gold. Songs such as 'Rock Me Sexy Jesus' and 'Raped in the Face' nearly killed me.
(br) wrote: they keep losing my review of this this is the 3rd time
(jp) wrote: Zowat de natuurlijkste acteerprestaties en karakters die ik ooit gezien heb! Meeslepend verhaal. Beter dan Loft of Alzheimer... elke Vlaming moet deze film gezien hebben gewoon :)
(nl) wrote: Enjoyed this one! Great movie!
(kr) wrote: Someone's in French second semester.
(us) wrote: nice soundtracks... the old revenge yakuza kick backs... (almost) nice story... but... bad (and it's BAD) actions...
(br) wrote: That killer whale is back for another adventure only this time it's dull and predictable.
(nl) wrote: Crap!!! a total waste of time
(es) wrote: This film brought to us by TNT is from the Bible Collection. I have read that Ted Turner despite all rumors brought us ( Us being people in the United States) the bible collection because of his strong belief in Christianity. This is the biblical story of Jacob, though I can find no information on what bible this story is based on. Be it King James, New Hope etc. The movie starts when Esau sells his birthright to his twin brother Jacob for a bowl of pottage (red lentil stew), and then gets deceived out of his father's blessing by his mother Rebekah. I believe here the bible teaches us about deception, as later Jacob is deceived at his wedding. Made in 1994 watching the movie I felt it was older then that. Not the very best movie I have seen from the Bible collection, but I will give it 3 Stars.
(ag) wrote: Very runny, very sweet. Charming and offers a unique perspective on Washington.
(ca) wrote: Very good suspense story. Very like Hitchcock but in Australia in the outback! Stacy Keach was really good in it!Highly recommended...
(de) wrote: Not sure how you'd follow any of it without reading the novel first. For those who've read the book, it's always fascinating to see words converted to images of film.
(kr) wrote: Love is a Many-Splendored Thing is a just a song, isn't it? Nope, it turns out it is also an Oscar-nominated film from 1955 as well. The movie is about a married man who falls in love with a "Eurasian" woman in Hong Kong. Their affair threatens to ruin their lives because their interracial relationship is frowned upon and his wife won't grant him a divorce either. I think the racial angle is why it drew the attention of the Oscars, but watching it now all I could think was how offensive her yellow face seems. Thankfully they made her character half European as well, so they didn't go overboard with the offensive makeup on All-American actress Jennifer Jones. I can easily forgive that kind of casting, because it was very much a product of its time, although it certainly stood out a lot when they constantly put her side-by-side with people who actually are of Asian decent. The story seemed to meander a lot and kept hitting the same points again and again, so I didn't have a great interest in it. The real problem with the movie, however, is that there is no chemistry at all between William Holden and Jennifer Jones. They look like they are trying so hard to make this love story convincing, but I just feel like they hate one another when the cameras stop rolling. If you take away the interracial aspect of their relationship, which must have had some significance at the time, the plot is very paint-by-numbers and uninteresting. It was a movie where I was actually happy when it ended despite the attempt at a sad ending.
(ag) wrote: Its A Pity There Is A Propaganda Vibes People Beware Ending..Otherwise, I Found The Story & Direction Fantastic. Gives Particular Creedence To The 'Lifeboat Theory' Wherein Population Decimation Or Co-Corporation, One Way Or Another, We're All Contained In The Boat That Is Planet Earth Together. Survival Depends On Not Just The Weather, Resources Or Humanitarian Will..But A But Of Luck Too.
(ru) wrote: While there isn't much brains to the film, it's fun to watch and keeps you consistently entertained from start to finish.