Oscar Nominated Documentary
Rated PG, some disturbing images.
Available on Blu-ray, DVD and instant play (via Netflix).
Release date (2008/2009)
My review: Is it possible to even review a documentary? Let's be honest, I've read Skinny Bitch, I've watched Super Size Me. So I'm definitely on board, but to what point am I willing to commit?
This film not only confirmed what I had known along about the mistreatment of animals being bred and raised for food consumption, but interestingly enough. There is more to this evil, than meets the eye, and THAT is what this film explores.
It touches on the E Coli epidemic, and believe it or not, illegal immigration. There are so many key points to this film, that it is beyond recommendation. It is a necessary, that all consumers should watch.
I'm not here to preach, nor tell you how you should live. I can only HIGHLY recommend you watch this brilliant documentary, about the detrimental effects the food industry has on our health and our environment.
Movie Site: Food Inc.