Food, Inc. lifts the veil on our nation’s food industry, exposing how our nation’s food supply is now controlled by a handful of corporations that often put profit ahead of consumer health, the livelihood of the American farmer, the safety of workers and our own environment. Food, Inc. reveals surprising and often shocking truths about what we eat, how it’s produced and who we have become as a nation. –amazon
I'm still looking at my dinner the same way. Food, inc., you have lied to me. In all honesty, this movie is extremely one-sided. Effective, but unrealistic. And there's much bombast on the topic of Monsanto. These people hatin', but they ain't tryin' to understand. Documentary ain't gonna progress until we get a two-sided story.
Sort of feels like it's erected solely on paranoia, but still, a, for the most part, factual look on the food industry itself. I just don't really find it wise to freak out about the whole ordeal, but then provide no insight on what you could do to stop it. Also, how will people who live on minimum wage afford organic foods this film so heavily praises? Liked the overall movie, but it fell short in explanations.
Since the Academy announced yesterday that it'd narrowed a list of 89 films qualifying to run the Documentary Feature race down to 15 (and
I think I’d feel better about this film if the film got into more detail about all foods and not just the meat industry. I don’t think it was the intent of the filmmakers to paint a sympathetic picture… read review
Welp, guess i am never eating again…
Food inc was a pretty good film, however, i don’t really think it taught me anything new, i was pretty aware of the disarray that our food industry is in… read review