On Food, Inc.
My main criticism of the movie is that it seems sort of Obamacized -- meaning a bit too polite for its own effectiveness. Scenes involving the mother of a perfectly healthy toddler who died twelve days after eating a tainted hamburger are the only ones that pack an emotional punch. Also powerful, in a political way, is a bit at the end that directly links Monsanto, Washington pols, and pro-agribiz legislation (Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, for instance, was a former attorney for Monsanto).
All in all, Food, Inc. is an engrossing documentary, and an extremely important one as well. I'm just sayin' that it would have been a whole lot better had Michael Moore made it.