Robert Greenwald (OUTFOXED) continues his expose of evil corporate doings with this documentary, released as part of Wal-Mart Week, a nationwide activist initiative to bring the company's business practices out into the open. From their disturbing morning cheer to their minuscule benefits packages and sweatshop-labor conditions, the documentary addresses the simple question: does America benefit from the presence of this low-priced chain? Employee testimony and statistics make Greenwald's case clear and effective, and the stories of enforced, unpaid overtime and the death of mom-and-pop businesses can hardly fail to leave viewers both saddened and enraged.
Product Title: Walmart: The High Cost of Low Price
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Wal-Mart: The High Cost of Low Price (2005)
Wal-Mart: The High Cost of Low Price (2005) receives an overall TopTenREVIEWS rating of 2.63 out of 4.00. It is ranked the #4,696 movie of all time, #230 movie from 2005 and #317 Documentary movie of all time. The rating and ranking is based on an average of 42 critic scores, awards and other criteria. To see a breakdown of the movie ranking, read individual critic reviews, or see how other...
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By TopTenREVIEWS.com - Mar 17, 2008
Wal Mart: The High Cost of Low Price
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