CONTEST: Win 'The Greatest Movie Ever Sold' Poster Signed by Morgan Spurlock

The latest documentary takes a look at the effect of marketing, advertising and product placement in modern culture.

Morgan Spurlock's new documentary POM Wonderful Presents the Greatest Movie Ever Sold is currently in limited release, although it is slated to expand to more theaters on May 6. We are celebrating this glimpse into product placement and advertising with a new contest where we're giving away a one-sheet signed by Morgan Spurlock. These prizes will surely go fast, so enter this contest today.

POM Wonderful Presents the Greatest Movie Ever Sold

Winners Receive:

HERE'S HOW TO WIN!


Just "Like" (fan) the MovieWeb Facebook page (below) and then leave a comment below telling us why these prizes must be yours!

If you already "Like" MovieWeb, just leave a comment below telling us why these prizes must be yours!


From the billboards in Times Square to the barren streets of São Paulo, acclaimed documentarian Morgan Spurlock shines a light on the world of product placement, marketing and advertising through his new film, fully financed by the very product placement the movie explores on screen. With humor and insight, Spurlock unmasks the marketing process, bringing audiences directly into the pitch meetings and marketing presentations which inform our everyday entertainment decisions. From small, family-owned operations to multi-million dollar global brands, Spurlock uses his integrity as currency to sell out to the highest bidder, and garners the kind of large-scale marketing support and promotions customarily reserved for studio blockbusters in an effort to create a first - a "docbuster."

POM Wonderful Presents the Greatest Movie Ever Sold was released April 22nd, 2011 and stars Ralph Nader, Morgan Spurlock. The film is directed by Morgan Spurlock.


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Comments (12)

  1. Brian Thompson

    So who won the poster?

    3 years agoby @Brian-ThompsonFlag

  2. Bodman

    greatest poster ever sold...

    4 years agoby @bodmanFlag

  3. Conner Morris

    This poster must be mine because spurlock is the man! Im pretty sure his previous doc*mentary helped kill Osama! I would hang this poster up and love like a new born baby!

    4 years agoby @Conner-MorrisFlag

  4. Joe Sanders

    i think pretty please should work....so pretty please can i win???

    4 years agoby @joe-sandersFlag

  5. Macdonald Bank

    Stewart Resnick; owner of POM is a trustee at the J. Paul Getty Trust. The Getty Trust should pay the overdue $6,440,000 at MACDONALD BANK ... after MACDONALD BANK earned the GETTY OIL COMPANY shareholders ... $4,000,000,000.

    MACDONALD BANK is filing a $22,000,000,000; war crimes lawsuit based on Getty's support for Hitler. J. Paul Getty; FBI File 100.1202, June 26, 1940: Espionage.

    MACDONALD BANK ON BEHALF OF WWII VETERANS
    - v. -
    J. PAUL GETTY TRUST; GORDON GETTY; RONALD GETTY; J. PAUL GETTY JR. ESTATE; MARK GETTY; ANNE GETTY EARHART; CLAIRE GETTY PERRY; CAROLINE GETTY; CALIFORNIA LT. GOVERNOR GAVIN NEWSOM & LOS ANGELES COUNTY MUSEUM OF ART.

    An employee at the Getty owned Pierre Hotel in New York City wondered why there were so many Germans being hired and staying at The Pierre during World War II. He called the FBI and the FBI charged J.P. Getty with Espionage, FBI File 100.1202, June 26, 1940. 43,000 people were killed in the UK while J. Paul Getty was in Berlin still shipping oil to Hitler five months before Pearl Harbor; December 7, 1941. The mother of J.P. Getty was German. 2003 doc*ments declassified by UK Warfare Ministry reveal that in Oct. 1941 the pro-Nazi Jean Paul Getty employed and lodged Nazis at his Pierre Hotel in New York City; Nazis who were involved in spying on and sabotaging Allied Forces' war production plants. As aristocrats with treasures of art were executed -- beginning in 1933 -- with the outbreak of war; Getty assiduously added to his vast collection with the Nazis. The Rembrandt of Marten Looten hangs in the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. The Gainsborough of Christie purchased in 1938 is at The Getty Museum in Los Angeles.

    4 years agoby @macdonaldbankFlag

  6. Busted Typewriter

    If I win, I will frame this poster with a plaque that reads "This poster brought to you by MovieWeb.com."

    4 years agoby @BustedTypewriterFlag

  7. Dnbrddck

    Love Indie Films! Most advertising dollars are wasted on me as I primarily watch no-commercial channels like TCM, Encore and The Movie Channels. When CNN goes to break I change channels.
    Never watched$$$ the Super Bowl.
    Send that movie to Atlanta.
    Don

    4 years agoby @dnbrddckFlag

  8. Hilary OutThere

    The poster goes to my almost 18 year old son who has seen Super Size Me 3X and gave up fast food as an awesome result. He loves movie posters and will happily display and broadly promote the very Pom Wonderful Mr. Spurlock and his work of docu-art in the intensely niche-market centric sphere of influence: a popular teenage boy's bedroom. May you rock it even harder, Master Morgan!

    4 years agoby @Hilary-OutThereFlag

  9. Erin McElrath

    because i live my life in product placement (in a good way :) )

    4 years agoby @emceFlag

  10. BruceWayne

    The poster should be mine because Spurlock is one of the filmmakers that inspired me to become a filmmaker. I love his movies and his prematurely cancelled tv show. It would be a fantastic addition to my small by growing collection of movie posters.

    4 years agoby @brucewayneFlag

  11. CCWGGuy

    I cant wait to see this movie, I think Spurlock is brilliant and I cant wait until it plays in my town!

    4 years agoby @ccwgguyFlag

  12. Liz Mansfield

    Love this movie! Morgan Spurlock is a fearless leader in doc*mentaries that inspire thought and change.

    4 years agoby @liz-mansfieldFlag