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How the Sustainable-Food Movement Drove One Family to the Frozen-Food Aislenew

While I was thinking about what kinds of foods are good for my kids' bodies and our Earth, my family was seeing less and less of me. That's when it came to me: I'm not going to cook anymore.
East Bay Express  |  Sierra Filucci  |  09-23-2009  |  Food+Drink

Food for Thoughtnew

Linklater's new film is a dull compromise between a soap opera and Upton Sinclair's The Jungle.
Eugene Weekly  |  Jason Blair  |  12-15-2006  |  Reviews

Full of Crapnew

The dull Fast Food Nation would have been better as a documentary.
Tucson Weekly  |  James DiGiovanna  |  11-24-2006  |  Reviews

Not So Happy Mealnew

Linklater and Eric Schlosser's noble and worthy film about meat processing and consumption smacks of good-guy agitprop and fails as a character-driven narrative.
Austin Chronicle  |  Marc Savlov  |  11-17-2006  |  Reviews

Dead Meatnew

Linklater's Fast Food Nation lives up to its cheap and unhealthy title.
Baltimore City Paper  |  Eric Allen Hatch  |  11-16-2006  |  Reviews

Super Size Usnew

Fast Food Nation considers the industry's sickening effects on America's body politic.
Creative Loafing (Atlanta)  |  Curt Holman  |  11-16-2006  |  Reviews

Like a Butchered Cownew

Linklater spills his guts.
Dig Boston  |  David Wildman  |  11-15-2006  |  Profiles & Interviews

Richard Linklater Cuts Up the Fast Food Industrial Complex

Former Sex Pistols manager Malcolm McLaren produced this film version of Eric Schlosser’s best-selling 2001 nonfiction expose “Fast Food Nation,” about the disgusting, illegal, and dangerous aspects of America’s fast food industrial complex.
Maui Time  |  Cole Smithey  |  11-12-2006  |  Reviews

Meat and Greet

Fast Food Nation turns visceral journalism into theoretical conversation.
Salt Lake City Weekly  |  Scott Renshaw  |  11-09-2006  |  Reviews

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