Best Online Review of 'Super Size Me' Movie Wins $1000 Whole Foods Gift Certificate

SAN MATEO, Calif., April 29 /PRNewswire/ -- Sure, eating nine Big Macs a day is fun until a month later you're 24 pounds heavier and it'll take you more than a year to lose the weight. Since filmmaker Morgan Spurlock already documented this crazy gastronomic test in the movie 'Super Size Me,' you can lighten your load by steering clear of fast food and instead opting for fresh, organic, bio-friendly fare.

Online film site Jaman.com is hosting the Down Size Me contest to make eating those leafy greens a bit easier on the wallet.

Log on to http://www.jaman.com to write a review of the movie 'Super Size Me' and the best one (the review that receives the most "I Like this Review" votes from readers) will win a $1000 Whole Foods gift certificate. Winner announced May 12. No purchase necessary. Open to U.S. residents only. Go to http://www.jaman.com/downsizeme for more low-calorie details.

About Jaman.com -- Jaman.com is an online entertainment destination for people to discover, enjoy and review high-definition movies from around the world. From the world's largest online library of feature films, shorts and documentaries, viewers can browse and select from quality films and then download these movies directly onto their PCs, Macs, televisions and home-set-top boxes such as AppleTVs and TiVos. Jaman.com provides filmmakers and studios a secure way to distribute their films and in turn, opens new worldwide markets. The company is based in San Mateo, California, and is backed by luminaries in technology and media. For more information, please visit http://www.jaman.com.

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