I haven’t done this in a while, but I gave in to my inner “Siskel & Ebert” and wrote this review of The Founder, the biopic of Ray Kroc starring Michael Keaton, which I saw earlier this week.
After the movie ended, I went for dinner at — no, not McDonald’s, but Fuddruckers. Better burgers.
The headline on the website sort of made it look like I didn’t like the movie, but actually I’d give it about three out of four stars — it just could have been a bit more “meaty”, if you will, when it came to telling us Kroc’s story. Anyway, it was still interesting. If you’re interested in fast food and McDonald’s, and in Fifties and Sixties nostalgia in general, it won’t be a waste of your time.