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A review by Frank Rich in the New York Times. The film is supposedly a scathing critique of consumerism. I will have to check it out. A negative reaction at the von Mises Institute.

But I will not focus here on how egregiously unrealistic the film’s scenario of humans completely trashing Earth is. A simple look around you will suffice to refute this possibility.

A glance around Alabama is enough to find thousands of places that look like no place in particular: interchangeable strip malls, fast food restaurants, big box stores, parking lots all catering to the thoughtless, overweight consumers pillored in the film.

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