Yeah, I worry about this too. There seems to be a Pareto distribution of 20% positive stuff online compared to 80% of the worst aspects of the human condition being exacerbated by social networks. However, over time, as people learn more, they do choose to "eat" better, especially when there are tasty and healthy options served up right in front of their faces. The movie makers ARE right in that we want a good story. A good story doesn't have to have evil nonsense to be compelling.