I encourage you to see this film and then to do a 30-day vegan (plant-based) challenge and see how much better you feel! "Veganomicon" is a great cookbook to start with. Also, try veganizing your favorite foods. Vegweb.com is a great place to get ideas. Sorry about the rant. I love great food as much as I love great films!
Caring not for the dull production, but for its inspiring message, I was flabbergasted and enthusiastic to change my ways. However, once you read some of the critique published on the web, you feel a bit lied to. The message in this documentary may be valuable, but its proof is very unreliable and criticized severely, especially the China Study (critique by Denise Minger). I'm not so sure what to think of the whole.
Film critic Ignatiy Vishnevetsky of Ebert Presents At the Movies and Mubi.com is totally 100% correct. This is the worst film of 2011. It is a shallow, repetitive, and poorly made piece of crap that will make you want to go out and get a hamburger.