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Jon J. Whelan

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About the Movie

“Jon Stewart...would probably approve of ‘Stink!’” - The New York Times “Stink! carries with it the unassailable whiff of common sense.” - Variety “That yucky body spray could actually kill somebody.” - The Hollywood Reporter The award-winning documentary “Stink!” opens with a foul smell, a pair of kids pajamas, and a single father trying to find out what could cause such a foul odor. Refusing to give up on getting a straight answer, director Jon Whelan stumbles on a disturbing truth hiding in plain view, which is that many products on our store shelves are not safe -- by design. Entertaining, enlightening, witty, and at times almost absurd, “Stink!” takes you on a madcap journey from the retailer to the laboratory, through corporate boardrooms, down back alleys, and into the halls of Congress. Follow Whelan as he clashes with political and corporate operatives all trying to protect the darkest secrets of the chemical industry. You won’t like what you smell.

Rotten Tomatoes Movie Reviews


  • Reviews Counted: 9
  • Fresh: 8
  • Rotten: 1
  • Average Rating: 5.5/10

Top Critics' Reviews

Fresh: A heartfelt documentary about the chemical industry's aggressive efforts to conceal the thousands of potentially toxic ingredients contained in everyday products. – Jeannette Catsoulis, New York Times, Nov 26, 2015

Fresh: No matter its cinematic derivativeness, "Stink!'s" outcry against continuing to use the American citizenry as chemistry experiment guinea pigs carries with it the unassailable whiff of common sense. – Nick Schager, Variety, Dec 4, 2015

Fresh: While Whelan repeats his points too much, it remains gripping and maddening throughout to watch him run into stone walls. – Noel Murray, Los Angeles Times, Dec 14, 2015

Fresh: Though Whelan's debut filmmaking effort wears some of its homemade characteristics proudly, it wrangles more than enough credible interviewees to make its points. – John DeFore, Hollywood Reporter, Nov 23, 2015

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Customer Reviews

Every parent must see this

Amazing! This Davey and Goliath documentary is not only entertaining and compelling, but also tells a tale about how things work in America that gets more surreal as the movie progresses. A must see for every parent — what you don’t know will terrify you...

Profoundly Accurate

Every parent and grandparent in the world needs to see this documentary. I have spoken on this for years.

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  • $12.99
  • Genre: Documentary
  • Released: 2015

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