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Genres: Comedy , Documentary , Drama
Actors: Jacob Sullum , Kelly Brownell , Lisa Young , David Satcher , John Banzhaf , Alexandra Jamieson , Mark Fenton , Eric Rowley , Bridget Bennett , Stephen Siegel , Lisa Ganjhu , Daryl Isaacs , Morgan Spurlock , Tommy Thompson , William J. Klish
Director: Morgan Spurlock
Country: United States
Year: 2004
IMDB Rating: 7.5/10 (39799 votes)

Several legal suits have been brought against MacDonald’s Restaurants that they are knowingly selling food that is unhealthy. Some of the court decisions have stated that the plaintiffs would have a claim if they could prove that eating the food every day for every meal is dangerous. As such, documentarian Morgan Spurlock conducts an unscientific experiment using himself as the guinea pig: eat only MacDonald’s for thirty days, three meals a day. If he is asked by the clerk if he would like the meal super sized, he has to say yes. And by the end of the thirty days, he will have had to have eaten every single menu item at least once. Before starting the experiment, he is tested by three doctors – a general practitioner, a cardiologist and a gastroenterologist – who pronounce his general health to be outstanding. They will also monitor him over the thirty days to ensure that he is not placing his health into irreparable damage. He also consults with a dietitian/nutritionist and an exercise physiologist, the latter who also deems him to be above average fitness. As it mimics the lifestyle of those who eat fast food, he will also do no exercise for the thirty days, limiting himself to under 5,000 steps per day (the approximate equivalent of 2½ miles). These health and medical experts have some predictions about his general health and wellness by the end of the experiment. His vegan chef girlfriend also has some predictions about how this experiment will affect his mood and therefore their relationship. As he goes through the experiment, he speaks to a number of people – many experts in their respective fields – on the pros and cons of the fast food lifestyle. Just over halfway through the experiment, it is evident that even the experts can be wrong, and not in a good way. Written by Huggo Why are Americans so fat? Two words: fast food. What would happen if you ate nothing but fast food for an entire month? Filmmaker Morgan Spurlock does just that and embarks on the most perilous journey of his life. The rules? For 30 days he can’t eat or drink anything that isn’t on McDonald’s menu; he must wolf three squares a day; he must consume everything on the menu at least once and supersize his meal if asked. Spurlock treks across the country interviewing a host of experts on fast food and an equal number of regular folk while chowing down at the Golden Arches. Spurlock’s grueling drive-through diet spirals him into a physical and emotional metamorphosis that will make you think twice about picking up another Big Mac. Written by Sujit R. Varma In 2002, director Morgan Spurlock subjected himself to a diet based only in McDonald’s fast food three times a day for thirty days and without working out. His objective was to prove why most of the Americans are so fat, with many cases of obesity. He began the shootings submitting himself to a complete check-up with three doctors, and along the weeks, he compared his weight and results of exams, coming through a scary conclusion. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Documentary filmmaker Morgan Spurlock makes himself a test subject of this documentary about the commercial food industry. Rigorously eating a diet of McDonald’s fast food, three times a day for a month straight. Spurlock is out to prove the physical and mental effects of consuming fast food. While doing this, Spurlock also provides a look at the food culture in America through it’s schools, corporations, and politics as seen through the eyes of regular people and health advocates. “Super Size Me” is a movie that sheds a new light on what has become one of our nation’s biggest health problems: obesity.

Film Review

As a lifelong vegetarian, I've always looked down on fast food. I've never even wanted to try it. Morgan Spurlock's documentary "Super Size Me" shows just what a fast food diet will do to a person. Spurlock spent an entire 30-day period eating McDonald's food for breakfast, lunch and dinner, and it altered his health. As Spurlock makes clear, this is not simply an issue of McDonald's; the problem is that Americans consume so much fast food. Our bulging waistlines are but one result. Spurlock lays the documentary out in the same way that Michael Moore does his, interspersing his own footage with cultural icons.I had read Eric Schlosser's "Fast Food Nation" and seen the movie based on it, and I'm now reading Schlosser's "Chew On This: Everything You Don't Want to Know About Fast Food". It talks about many of the same things, in particular what gets put into the McNuggets and such products. The point to be derived…

When "Super Size Me" came out, I had absolutely no interest in seeing it. As a Libertarian sort of guy, I have a strong attitude that people should be allowed to do what they like provided it doesn't hurt others. If they want to be fat pigs, fine–but don't blame others for your fat pigginess. So, one of the basic tenants of this film, that fast food is evil, is something I could care less about–eat it if you want and avoid it if you want. But, I was VERY happy when I saw that although the film clearly is anti-fast food, as least it did NOT go where I assumed–to try to legislate healthy eating–something that is anti-freedom all the way. On the other hand, the film did have some compelling arguments–even if it did not turn me into an anti-fast food sort of guy.Morgan Spurlock stars in the film–and that is THE reason I watched. I LOVED his documentary "The Greatest Movie Ever Sold". In "Super Size Me" he decides to eat nothing but McDonald&#x…

Healthy Morgan Spurlock goes on an unusual diet of three McDonald meals a day for a month. In the beginning, we see him slowly consume and digest unhealthy meals. Spurlock was born and raised in West Virginia. He now lives in New York City with his girlfriend who is a healthy vegan and worried about him. Apart from a brief moment with her talking about their relationship, this documentary is worthy to be seen by a young audience especially in health and physical education classes or in science classes. In the out-takes, he places McDonald's French Fries in a jar and it lasts for months without change. You have to wonder what they put in the fries in the first place. After a week, he has sampled every meal. There are few meals that I can eat there. I grew up eating the fish fillet but I was disgusted by the melted cheese on the bottom. Until I became an adult, I began asking for a plain fish. The melted cheese in the fish fillet disgusted me and ruined the fish fillet. Anyway, I e…

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