• Released
  • April 22, 2011
  • (Limited 4/22, Expands 4/29)
  • PG-13 , 1 hr 26 min
  • Documentary
Pom Wonderful Presents: The Greatest Movie Ever Sold Synopsis
Morgan Spurlock seeks corporate sponsorship for a film about advertising and product placement.
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Movie Reviews

Pom Presents The Best Movie Ever Sold

By kalbarq
Fantastic documentary! Very funny...

Like your little brother

By redyeah
This movie points out things we already knew, but never really talk about. The barrage of advertisements that are thrown in our faces on a daily basis. What Spurlock does here is typical of him....

Pom Woderful

By nukker
an absolute gigantic of time.......

Mr. Spurlock goes 2 for 2.

By shippopotamus
If you're a fan of documentaries and especially if you liked Supersize Me, you will definitely dig this movie. Morgan Spurlock has a great sense of exactly how to present his ideas in a way that's...

great insight

By CaptGarfield
This film gives a great inside look into how sponsorship and product placement play a roll in the movies we see....

Highly Entertaining....

By nhw3w
Come for the laughs....stay for the thought provoking topic.......

POM wonderful presents: The Greatest Movie Ever Sold

By Rogerb
Morgan Spurlock is endlessly witty and entertaining as well as informative and cynical about the business of product placements. He develops specific instances of their corrupting effects on the...

Works on every level. See. This. Movie.

By wcshields
Fascinating, conceptually compelling documentary that works on every level. It's biting. It's funny. It's multi-layered. And it's an intriguing look at the inner workings of the marketing and PR...

Skip this one

By Dozing Critic
The concept behind the movie is much more entertaining than the execution itself. Plot-wise, the movie was flat; it did not proceed anywhere from its opening premise. There was no build, no climax,...

Must See if interested in Marketing!

By shellee0821
Very interesting movie. Raises a lot of questions and gets you thinking about the world of marketing....

More Info

Rated PG-13 | For Some language and sexual material
What Parents Need to Know
Common Sense Media says Funny, insightful docu reveals product placement tricks.
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