Super Size Me
With obesity on the rise in North America, it is no surprise filmmakers would eventually take a look at this growing dilemma. Contributing to increased health costs and lost man-hours, the weight issue is a hefty problem facing our society. In his documentary Super Size Me, first time director and writer, Morgan Spurlock, singles out the fast food industry as a culprit in the crisis and personally takes them on.
|MPAA Rating||PG-13 for language, sex and drug references, and a graphic medical procedure.|
|Theatrical Release||May 20, 2004|
|Cast||Morgan Spurlock, MacDonalds|
|2004 Samuel Goldwyn Films|
Why did we give Super Size Me an overall grade of B? Read our full movie review for parents.
Our apologies, but we do not have specific content details for Super Size Me. We are always updating our database, so please check back soon.
Unfortunately we have no news to report on this title at this time.
Looking for discussion ideas to talk to your kids about Super Size Me? We got 'em!
Super Size Me is available on home video. Check this page for full information, along with alternative video titles.
Looking for something else? We've got some other home video titles related to Super Size Me.