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Super Size Me

Hard-hitting documentaries have been making a comeback in cinemas around the world, and there seems to be no end in sight to military-industrial-complex-bashing. The latest target is the fast food corporation (the one with the big yellow M in particular), held to account, in this refreshingly

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Thu 26 May 2005 12:00 AM

Hard-hitting documentaries have been making a comeback in
cinemas around the world, and there seems to be no end in sight to
military-industrial-complex-bashing. The latest target is the fast food
corporation (the one with the big yellow M in particular), held to account, in
this refreshingly irreverent but sometimes scary movie, for Americas
rampant obesity problem. Healthy Morgan Spurlock recklessly avails himself of
the super sized fast food option for a solid month and discovers just what
damage 5000 calories a day will do to a human organism.

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