Watched Jul 21, 2012
Lou Diaz’s review:
Once again, Morgan Spurlock delivers an immersion documentary unlike any other. What I personally like about his documentaries is – the ideas that he speak, the world he explores, we get to see and feel it first-hand, yes it’s an immersion type of documentary so we should expect nothing else and nothing less but his work is always engaging and very relevant, and yes editing could have been used to showcase more the points he wants to get across and he may overshadow or completely deny us other things but it cannot get anymore objective than this. Maybe the use of some figures is lacking that could have made it seem more ‘credible’ , but he’s got the connections and he utilized them wisely.