Ethics of Fast Food in Super Size Me: Review Analysis Essay


Super Size Me Summary and Essay Review

The documentary film Super Size Me illuminates the fast food industry and the morality and impact of its capitalism on the US citizens and their health. Morgan Spurlock, the director of the film, first introduces the recent lawsuit on McDonald’s, where two obese girls are suing the fast food chains for the cause of their obesity and deteriorating health. By interviewing many people, Morgan calls attention to the various perspectives of the issue of fast food capitalism. Some believe that fast food chains are not at fault for many of America’s obese people because citizens have a choice to eat there or not, while others believe that yes, fast food companies like McDonald’s, Taco Bell, and Burger King among many are responsible for the detriment of the health of citizens around the world. Through Super Size Me, we as audience…

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