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The american dream. Capitalism at it's proudest moment... I like this movie because it tells the truth, it goes from a feel good story of a washed up salesman working together with to honest entrepeneurs and shows the worst parts of capitalism; greed, pride and selfishness..
An enjoyable biopic that doesn't shy away from painting a less than perfect picture. I think what I really enjoyed the most was the set design and costuming. I felt very much like I was in that era and not artificially. It felt lived in and I could understand the landscape without seeing much more around it. It was helped by Nick Offerman and John Carroll Lynch being placed in the roles of the McDonald's. At once, they seem perfect examples of that era and come across as very respectable men who lived by their morals codes to the very end. You almost feel like the camera crew had a time machine and used the brothers themselves.
I didn't think it possible that I could ever hate McDonald's more than I already do, then I saw this film. What a jerk.
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