McLibel: Two Worlds Collide
McLibel: Two Worlds Collide (2005)

Over the course of 10 years, Helen Steel and Dave Morris are transformed from anonymous non-profit activists into unlikely global heroes, defending themselves through what became the longest trial in English history. In 1986, a non-profit… More

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Rated: Unrated
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Release Date: June 10, 2005
DVD Release Date: August 30, 2005
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Roger Moore
Orlando Sentinel

You can't help but take a little pleasure in watching jerk lawyers -- and an arrogant mega-corporation, with money and laws and seemingly the judge too on its side -- lose in every way imaginable.

Scott Weinberg

Everybody loves a good David & Goliath story, often doubly so when the story happens to be entirely factual and quite ironic.

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Chris Hewitt (St. Paul)
St. Paul Pioneer Press

McLibel is best when it sticks to Steel and Morris, who never become comfortable on-camera.

Dennis Harvey

An alarming if ultimately inspiring David-and-Goliath parable for today.

Steve Schneider
Orlando Weekly

McLibel made me want to boycott McDonald's, turn vegetarian and even punch a clown or two on principle. But most of all, it restored my faith that the power to shape public discourse really rests with the people and not the PR agents.

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David Sterritt
Christian Science Monitor

Riveting, suspenseful, and a perfect antidote to the too-tricky documentary Super-Size Me.

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John McMurtrie
San Francisco Chronicle

A stirring and sometimes funny film.

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Sean Axmaker
Seattle Post-Intelligencer

... (a) portrait of corporate power and intimidation and the draconian British libel laws that turn the presumption of innocence on its head.

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Christopher Null

the big loser is McDonald's, who spends millions on a year-long trial and is crucified in the court of public opinion

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Sarah Prisbylla
Way before Super-Size Me's time and way more legally involved, this gives a very interesting look into McDonald's soulless black heart