Another not so great review...looks like he's just a muckraker!!! :-)
"Morgan Spurlock's affable, muckraking documentary, elaborates on some facts that everyone seems to know: mainly, that the United States is in the midst of an epidemic of obesity and related health problems, and that fast food is bad for you. His attempt to demonstrate the link between these two matters, using himself as an experimental subject, represents an entertaining, and occasionally horrifying, statement of the obvious. After all, even the McDonald's corporation, while defending itself in a lawsuit filed by two overweight teenagers, submitted briefs citing the well-known health risks of its highly processed, high-fat foods. McDonald's' victory in the case was followed by the passage in Congress of a bill shielding the industry from future liability."
"Federal prisons don't need a day pass to fix a fast food craving -- they get it delivered right to the joint, Sun Media has learned. Inmates can order a variety of tasty treats, including Kentucky Fried Chicken, subs, McDonald's and Chinese food. But the hands-down favourite in the lock-up is pizza -- with one group of convicts ringing up a hefty $760 delivery bill for Italian food at Ontario's Joyceville Institution recently."
Here's a not so flattering review of Super Size Me...
"TCS: Tech Central Station - A Big Con Man: "But 'Super Size Me' is not a serious look at a real health problem. It is, instead, an outrageously dishonest and dangerous piece of self-promotion. Through his antics, Spurlock sends precisely the wrong message. He absolves us of responsibility for our own fitness. We aren't to blame for being fat; big corporations are! And the remedy, he suggests, is to file lawsuits and plead with the Nanny State and the Food Police for protection."