Directors: Stephanie Soechtig, Jason Lindsey. 97 min. Documentary.
Another environment-conscious documentary in the vein of The Inconvenient Truth and Food, Inc., this time trying to make a case against the bottled water industry. By depicting corporate America as the monster (instead of targeting human greed), the film makes the same mistake Michael Moore's Roger & Me made; after all, these companies aren't doing anything illegal. But the movie makes a strong argument why we should be preferring tap water, and created the same everlasting effect about bottled water as Supersize Me did about McDonald's - and therefore deserves recognition.
(PS: imdb.com reviewers call the film "extremely biased". Up to you.)