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Feature 8.0
Video 8.0
Audio 7.0
Special Features   N/A
Total 8.5
Distributor: Madman
Running Time:
145 minutes
Classification:
 PG
Reviewer:
Tory Favro

8.5


The Corporation

With a view toward current events, and the public taking a keener interest in what role our corporations play in society, this film is extremely relevant to the viewer, although primarily from an American perspective. The Corporation takes us inside the whole mess from the viewpoint of both the players in the businesses, spies, and also anti corporate watchdogs. 

Featuring commentary from a number of known “troublemakers’ including Michael Moore (of Bowling for Columbine fame), this feature is presented to us as a 2 disc set that really takes pains to show us as much as possible in a riveting fashion. Thoroughly entertaining, The Corporation will really make you think and ask the question, “What the hell are they really doing?” 

Shot in a confronting style, The Corporation is a great way to really give some serious thought to what is going on in your neck of the woods and what big business is giving and taking away from it’s employees and community. You might just be surprised. 

2 Dvd Edition - Over 7 Hours Of Special Features - Q&a With Mark Achbar And Stephen Mayne (crikey.com.au) From Miff 2004 - Director's Commentary - Theatrical Trailer 

Disk 1

* Film: 145 Mins

* Deleted Scenes: 17 Mins

* The Filmmakers: Q&a's And Interviews: 60 Mins

* Related Resources (ie Trailers And A Short Film) : 30 Mins

* Kat On Grassroots Marketing (10 Mins)

* Subtitles In 6 Languages

* Commentary= 2 Tracks (Joel On One, Mark And Jen On The Other)

* Descriptive Audio For The Blind (Total Of 262 Mins Of Program On Disk 1)

Disc 2

* "the Cutting Room Floor" Will Have About 170 Clips Of Straight Interview Material. Click On Any Interviewee To Hear More In The "let's Hear More" Section. Includes Updates (only One New Interview With Jane Akre And A Couple Of Text Updates) And Easter Eggs Like The Milton Friedman Choir Singing "an Ode To Privatization". 






 
 



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