Morgan Spurlock returns with his latest documentary, The Greatest Movie Ever Sold. This film is not as poignant as his earlier work, Super Size Me. However, it still presents a thoughtful take on commercialism and product placement in the world of film. Pom Wonderful, anyone?
Spurlock's sense of humor, persona, and altogether wit carry this film to some of the best documentary moments of the past year or so. I'm a huge fan of documentaries even though some come off as mild propaganda. Spurlock always presents his case and allows the viewer to make their own decisions based on presented fact.
As an admirer of Spurlock's other works, I would suggest this movie as a point of interest for movie fans as well as documentary zealots.