The Greatest Movie Ever Sold had an intriguing premise that ended up being more interesting than the movie itself. For those who don't know what it's about, it's a "documentary about branding, advertising and product placement that is financed and made possible by brands, advertising and product placement." Unfortunately, it's not particularly informative and I didn't feel like I learnt anything from watching it. The camera work was all over the place and constantly moving too which was really distracting.
I like Morgan Spurlock. He's a funny man and usually drives home a great point. Not so much in this "documentary". He could've explored a far more important aspect of corporate sponsoring in today's society, instead, he used humour in an inflationary way to make this entire topic seem ridiculous. 5/10.