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Food, Inc.

Rated PG for some thematic material and disturbing images.

PG In Theaters 06/12/2009 , 94min.
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Viewer Score
73%
Viewer score based on 65 ratings
80%
Critic score based on 28 reviews

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February 08, 2012
sarayassin
Everybody ********** this movie and realize you truly are what you eat. BUY LOCAL AND ORGANIC. Get big business out of our food.
May 01, 2011
s3617
What is it gonna take for Americans to wake up and make a \"CHANGE\" starting with this totally corupt government. They continue to find ways to take away social needs all the while they spend \"TRILLIONS\" on wars with no end guarantee. Lets face it Government has out grown itself. This movie hilights a meer portion of the real conditions of this Country.
March 09, 2011
Hrccoffice
I hesitated a moment with 5 stars, only because a few scenes gave me some sleepness nights, but these scenes and the honesty of them cannot be ignored. If you want to live in lala land, don'*******. If you want to prolong the lives of your loved ones and your own...if you want to live in a country that does not put greed and profit above human
June 08, 2010
Iseesmith
I wish everyone could see this. It totally makes sense of it all. Why "we" are obese, have diabetes like no other time in history, and so much food borne illness! I cook for a childcare center and have been trying to serve only food that is free from artificial colors, flavors, and preservatives--high fructose corn syrup too. This film has given me the inspiration to press on! I
April 22, 2010
Lanklady
Cruel factory farming of animals must stop. Hell on earth for the poor animals......and then we kill and eat them....give these beings some type of life before we end it.

Critic Reviews powered by Metacritic ™

Variety
A civilized horror movie for the socially conscious, the nutritionally curious and the hungry. Full Review
Amy Binacolli
San Francisco Chronicle
A mind-boggling, heart-rending, stomach-churning expose on the food industry. Full Review
Ann Hornaday
Washington Post
See Food, Inc. after dinner, but see it. Full Review
Gary Goldstein
Los Angeles Times
Essential viewing. Full Review
John Anderson
Variety
A civilized horror movie for the socially conscious, the nutritionally curious and the hungry. Full Review

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