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Fast Food Nation

Written by PETA | November 16, 2006

Richard Linklater’s Fast Food Nation opens tomorrow. Just like the book, the film promises to get a lot of people thinking about whether they really want to be eating stuff that shady corporations have made out of processed animal parts. This makes me happy, because it’s like someone else is doing my job for me. In fact, I think I might just take the day off tomorrow.

To celebrate the release of the film, we sat down with Richard Linklater and members of the cast, including Paul Dano and Esai Morales, for some exclusive interviews. We also made this extremely addictive Fast Food Nation game, which has slowed productivity around the office to a crawl. Check it out. Then find someone you love, or—failing that—someone you feel you can stand to take in a movie with, and go watch Fast Food Nation tomorrow night. It’s going be pretty damn good.

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  • Laura Holmes says:

    As long as you eat the right supplements a vegan diet is widely acclaimed as being healthier than a meat eating one especially with the intensive farming methods we have today. Vegans are less likely to get heart disease get diabetes or be overweight. It is a myth that you need meat to survive this certainly isn’t true in any way and many doctors recommend a vegetarian diet as the best way to lose weight healthily.

  • Crystal. says:

    Vegans arent healthy unless they eat the right food to replace meat. We do need meat to survive but we shouldnt toutre poor animals who cant help themselves.

  • Greg says:

    Vegans aren’t healthy it’s an inescapable fact. sorry but human’s require animal to live. and soy wreaks havoc with your thyroid yet you seem to think it an appropriate protein substitute You should all accept the natural order.

  • Luke S says:

    lol I played the game it’s not that geat but quite a wonder you could make one so quickly and so well! I want to see that movie SO bad! It looks pretty good.