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Pom Wonderful Presents: The Greatest Movie Ever Sold (2011) Movie Information

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Morgan Spurlock, using the power of advertising, branding and product placement, makes a documentary about the ways that advertising, branding and product placement is now taken as a part of life and how movies, television and every other available media slips it in however they can. -- Chris Kavan

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dukeakasmudge 11/21/2011 (0 of 0 found this helpful)

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Everytime I go into a store, See a commercial or whatever that has a product that was in this film, I think about this documentary so I guess it did what it was suppose to do & even though I learned some things I never knew before, I Still don't think it was all that interesting a documentary as I was hoping it was gonna be

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There are many instances were logo's of Multinational companies are onscreen more than th story or artist. This director proves that image is almost everything. Morgan Spurlock is back with this comedic documentary about product placement in every media form. It was baffling how major big name brands didn't want to sponsor his film. Seeing Quentin Tarantino, Donald Trump, Brett Ratner partake on their views about the aforementioned topic was entertaining. As always, Spurlock does his research well with facts and figures on advertising, even to the point of visiting a place who cares less about it. The Greatest Movie Ever Sold is worth the look if one has an opinion on product placements/advertising in general, its impact and of course, its benefit for this particular film.

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