Super Size Me
The Fast-Food Industry in America

Super Size Me - The Fast-Food Industry in America
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Angel

His gf is a "vegan chef" riiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiight

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Meagan

Be mindful of this documentary, while the information presented has some truth rooted in it, Spurlock's work isn't entirely truthful. It certainly exaggerates many of its claims. Be sure to fact check when possible.

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Warren

I like McDonalds, so I am looking forward to watching this documentary!

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Lauren

The first documentary I ever saw in the theater! This film is both entertaining and informative. Really interesting info about the fast food industry and nutrition. It will make you want to eat some kale!

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