Tapped – The Movie | McReview

Why I recommend it in 500 words or less…

I watched this movie with my 3rd grade son and he finally comprehends bottled water’s negative impact–from the moment the water is pumped from the ground to the moment the empty bottle is disposed of. That it’s not just about how the industry impacts the environment, but his future health and well-being. Possibly his very survival. As a parent, I want to protect him. Isn’t life challenging enough already?

Bottom line: I urge you to watch this film with your family and then share it with as many others as you can. Learn more….

NOTE: I am not a professional movie reviewer.

8 Responses

  1. OK… Let’s face the problem the way it is. This WORLD is divided in two: the SELLERS and the BUYERS.
    And the SELLERS will make anything possible to convince the BUYERS to take out the money.
    Because everyone is selling something [starting from a needle and ending with a car/airplane/etc.] will try to persuade the potential buyers, will try to convince them in any possible way to buy the item[s]. Even using lies and switching reports/results/and so on.
    But believe me in the way from the SELLER to the BUYER the third part that lies the most is the MEDIA. No matter if that media is called NEWSPAPER, TELEVISION or INTERNET.
    I’m not trying to get an excuse for the SELLERS; all I wanna do is to say that the BUYERS don’t always have the eyes wide open!

  2. I just do not get why people who are lucky enough to have good quality drinking water at the kitchen sink still insist on buying bottled water for use in their house.

    Bottled water to me includes the sparkling stuff transported around the world and those big water dispenser containers (though these are lots better than a small 300ml bottle).

    We should celebrate every clean drop of water that comes out of our taps as so many people in the world do not have such a basic pleasure.

    Grow well
    Dr Merrin

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