Super Size Me

Super Size Me

Morgan Spurlock subjects himself to a diet based only on McDonald's fast food three times a day for thirty days without exercising to try to prove why so many Americans are fat or obese. He submits himself to a complete check-up by three doctors, comparing his weight along the way, resulting in a scary conclusion.

While examining the influence of the fast food industry, Morgan Spurlock personally explores the consequences on his health of a diet of solely McDonald's food for one month. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Jason C (it) wrote: Good cast, but lackluster storyline. Aubrey Plaza and Rachel Bilson had great chemistry. Wish there were more scenes with them. The rest of the cast did a pretty good job with a subpar story. If this was supposed to be the female version of American pie it feel way short. There were a couple laughs, but nothing really noteworthy. I was really hoping for more given all the comedic people in this movie.

Clarke D (jp) wrote: The title of this film doesn't make you want to see it, but it's a very good film. The plot is torn right out of today's headlines dealing with Muslims disaffection for their plight when they wander west to start new lives. This one takes place in London, has great acting and plenty of action. A thoughtful film, exploring the psychological abandonment experienced by those who want parity with generations of Anglos withiin one or two generations. Shines a light on motivation of young extremists, and the why of their situation. The obvious differences been Muslin and Christian culture are so vast, they may never coexist in harmony in the same geographical space.

Tyler E (it) wrote: A campy, funny, and gory feminist satire of the horror film. It all doesn't work quite as well as Ginger Snaps, but it's great, subversive fun. [B+]

Marrick A (nl) wrote: "It's because we eat cold eels and think distant thoughts." -Jack Johnson

Dwain P (it) wrote: "Bang Rajan" tells the story of a Thai village's epic, if ultimately futile, five-month stand-off with the invading Burmese army in 1765. Like most Thai films, "Bang Rajan" benefits from a high action quotient. Its battle sequences are gruesome. It also suffers, unfortunately, from another common element in Asian action cinema: the sentimental subplot that is destined to end in tragedy. Here we get to watch two loving couples that we just know are going to die long before they do go through their annoying romantic paces, slowing the film down considerably. "Bang Rajan" would be a much better film if it were 20 to 30 minutes shorter. That said, it's still effective.

Jonathan D (jp) wrote: Le message est le mme, le fil conducteur n'est tout simplement pas aussi efficace. Le dernier opus de la trilogie de Haneke est tout simplement moins puissant que les deux autres. Tout simplement.

Christine D (fr) wrote: Great movie! Watched this one years ago but just recently watched it with my nephew. He loved it and we had great laughs together.

Matt H (it) wrote: Great period detail. Lots of political issues of freedom and democracy discussed in an interesting way.

Jenn T (au) wrote: Acting was fantastic as usual for Mel Brooks' flicks, this one however just didn't do it for me. Did make me want to watch Spaceballs though.

Wes T (de) wrote: Get On Up is entertaining and just might make you break out in a cold sweat.