July 27, 2006

See It Free: the Movie "Super Size Me"


The award-winning documentary "SuperSize Me," is available online now for free viewing. Takes one hour, and it is definitely worth your time.

An Academy Award Nominee, the film takes you along side Morgan Spurlock as he commits to eating nothing except food from McDonald's for 30 days. One additional rule: if they ask him if he wants his meal super-sized, he must say yes. And, they do. A lot.

Watch how his health is impacted, along with his attitude, his lifestyle, his waistband. See the doctors panic, the girlfriend worry, and listen to all the additional data the film provides about fast food in our society today.

For more information about the film, visit its site: supersizeme.com. To see the movie for free, visit iklipz.com.

5 comments:

Aunt Beep said...

thanks for the tip! we blogged about you here
http://blog.thisnext.com/blog/see-super-size-me-for-free.html

Andrew said...

This film was very educational. It shows what so many Americans are doing to themselves and their children. I am always sad to see overweight and even obese children. Mcdonalds and the many other fast food places I'm sure have something to do with it. The movie was a little scary towards the end when his health was at risk if he did not stop eating Mcdonalds. I recommend everyone watch this movie.

Sally Parrott Ashbrook said...

They've taken the free version down. Maybe they didn't have permission to post it?

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Rebecca said...

Update:

You can see Super Size Me at http://freedocumentaries.org/film.php?id=98

It is 100 minutes long.