Based on 28364 votes and 29 reviews
is an eye opening for some and for others a reminder that the "men" are not the goverments of rich countries, no those are just puppets, the men, the policy forcer is the CORPORATION-no country, no boundaries...
The Commercial Beast at its best. The argument was structured in a way that left one thinking, "I AM -- the One with the power" at the end.
it was a real eye-opener. loved it, it was awesome...
Benito Mussolini consistently stated that fascism was synonomous with corporatism, and this film should be the wake up call for the world to reject both Wall Street and Madison Avenue.
This is the movie to see when listening to Michael Moore becomes unbearable. Prodding and respectful: inspired me to read Naomi Klein`s "No Logo" and Noam Chomsky`s "Manufacturing Consent".
brilliant. should be required viewing in all higher education.
There were some very valid points. It was way too long. They were trying to argue too many points, they should have focussed on a few major ones. I left after 2 hours - I got the point.
Better than Hollywood, this is really happening.
I was told that it was "the next Michael Moore" of films (which is funny to me since he was in it, but I digress). One of the things that I loved about it was that it wasn`t ACTUALLY his style of film-making. I like Michael Moore, a lot, but sometimes his films can leave others with a bad taste in their mouth; they feel he`s being dramatic, making a mockery of documentary, etc. etc. and in there the message gets lost. There was no way, NO WAY, that the message of this film could be lost. Thank you, thank you, thank you.
Fantastic! What a revelation! Should be required in every high school civic`s class.
Tragically informative. If it were any shorter, we would be missing important information.
Excellent! This is information people need to have.
Excellent film. Reveals the corrupt power of multinational and transnational corporations in the world. Challenges us to be responsible for our decisions and our choices.
Lovely stuff, but needed an editor. Tighten it up a little, guys.
145 minutes is way too long for this movie. I got the point after 45 minutes, but they just kept pounding it home. Way too long....
This movie literally changed my life. Corporate America is what is wrong with the world, and we as consumers are contributing to corporate wealth and third world poverty.
A few good points, but argued in a rather weak, one-sided, manner leaving you with many questions in opposition of the film. It wasn`t made to educate, but to simply reinforce the opinions of its intended audience. They could have done so much more and, as a result, I was highly disappointed. Perhaps worth a rental.
A definate must see for everyone!!
Will challenge and hopefully change the way you think!
Very important film, raises consciousness and calls us to responsibility for our choices.
If you thought this film was great you must be a nut. Ever wonder why nobody listens to these guys? `Cause they are nuts. The only reason this movie is getting the reviews that it did is because only nuts went to see it. Get a life. Or better yet, get a job.
Brilliant film that reveals some atrocities going on right now; contaminants that producers are allowed to put in our food, the huge impact on the biosphere of vitually eliminating the corporation`s responsibility...I loved seeing the CEO of the world`s top carpet manufacturer admit he`s a plunderer who has changed his ways. If one company can commit to sustainability, and it`s because one man [the CEO] changed his view, we can get other corporations to become responsible. By the way, after seeing this, I`ve really not enjoyed animal proteins (flesh, dairy) as much...
It`s a definite eye opener. Capitalism at its best (or worst).
If you are of the belief you are in control of your own life and how it will be run , have a look at this piece of magic.
The Corporation was excellent. It starts off a bit slow but then makes some really good points throughout. The best is how it kept saying, "They don`t do that in Canada, why are we doing it?" It was excellent.
This movie was empowering. The argument was structured in a way that left you thinking, "I am the one with the power" at the end. Fantastic.
The most thought provoking film I have ever seen. Definitely worth a look, regardless of whether or not you agree with what is said.
Excellent documentary. Very serious look at big-brotherism in the corporate agenda. Powerful, insightful, often overwhelming. Definitely worth a viewing.