Art - Movies
Reviews of movies with featuring or having a fat as an issue.
A Home of Our Own Review
In this independent film Frances Lacey is a widow trying to survive in the man's world of the 1960s. With three boys and three girls, ranging in age from four to fifteen, her task is even harder.
A Patch of Blue Review
Selina D'Arcy (Elizabeth Hartman) is a blind young woman starving for affection and the experiences life brings. She lives in a one room apartment with her Old Pa and verbally and physically abusive mother, Rose-Ann (Shelley Winters).
An Inconvenient Truth
Former Vice President, Al Gore with the aid of director Davis Guggenheim has delivered an educational and entertaining look at our environment and what we are doing to it. This is an important film
Angus - Review
Angus Bethune (Charlie Talbert) is an overweight teenager with a crush on Melissa Lefevre (Ariana Richards), a pretty cheerleader at his school. Since he was in grade school he has been bullied by Rick Sandford (James Van Der Beek) the
Beauty Shop Review
Beauty shop is produced by phenomenal woman Queen Latifah who also stars as the lead character. Other headliners are Kevin Bacon as the egotistical Jorge, Djimon Hounsou as the electrician piano player
Cry-Baby is a hilarious, campy musical that pokes fun at some favorite musicals. The movie takes place in Baltimore and is named after its main character Wade Walker (Johnny Depp) who is nicknamed Cry-Baby because
Fat Chance : The Big Prejudice Review
"Iīm a fat man and I hate myself for it." Rick is 40 years old. He weighs 400lbs. His blood pressure is 160/112. He has been dieting since he was 12.
Fat Girl (A ma soeur!) - Review
Catherine Breillat is considered a controversial French director who likes subjects dealing with sexuality and conflict. Fat Girl is definitely no different. In the documentary that accompanied this film Catherine said, "I hope people will leave
Fat Girls Float
Kira started filming Fat Girls Float in 2006 at a BBW Bash in Las Vegas. This was followed by trips to Chicago, Los Angeles, Boston, Paris, London, Russia and of course throughout New York City.
If youīre a big fan of the musical Hairspray you may want to invest a few dollars in the dolls based on the new movie characters. Yes I said dolls! Move over Barbie! They will be available in July 2007 when the new Hairspray
Last Holiday Review
he strikingly beautiful Queen Latifah graces the screen in her latest movie "Last Holiday". She plays a submissive woman name Georgia Byrd who works as a store clerk at a local shopping mart. Georgia Byrd enjoys cooking
Little Miss Sunshine Review
What do you get when you put a divorcee (Toni Collette), a suicidal brother (Steve Carell), a drug addict senior (Alan Arkin), a life coach (Greg Kinnear), a teenager with a vow of silence (Paul Dano) and an adorable six year pageant finalist (Abigail Breslin) into a yellow Volkswagen bus?
Muriel's Wedding - Review
This is a charming film about growing up, self esteem, body image, surviving in a dysfunctional family and learning to live on your own. In the end Muriel realizes she is more like her father than she thought and she decides to
Only The Lonely Review
A romantic comedy with a big man as one of the love interests? Yes, it is true. John Candy plays Danny Muldoon a transport police officer in Chicago in this 1991 film about a middle aged man who lives with his old school Irish mother.
Phat Girlz Review
Jazmin Biltmore (Mo'Nique) works in a large clothing chain where the plus size section is relegated to a small corner of the store and all the staff try to avoid that section because they donīt want to sell the hideous clothes to their customers
Plus Size Clothing Commercials
More and more plus size clothing retailers are paying attention to commercial spots. Not because we are all watching more TV but because these same commercial can be posted on venues like YouTube so a wider audience can view them and pass them along to their friends Facebook and elsewhere. Whether
Real Women Have Curves Review
Real Women Have Curves is the story of Ana (played by America Ferrera), a Latina teenager, during the summer of her 18th year. Ana is beautiful. Hourglass figure
Riding the Bus with My Sister Review
Riding the Bus with My Sister is based on the autobiographical book by Rachel Simon (Riding the Bus with My Sister: A True Life Journey). Rosie OīDonnell
The Sisterhood of the Travelling Pants Review
The Sisterhood of the Travelling Pants is about being open to new relationships while maintaining ties with the old. Itīs also about spreading your wings, making your own decisions and standing up for yourself.
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In this made for Lifetime TV movie, a female highschool jock transforms her athletic body with the aid of a fat suit to film a documentary on life as an overweight teen in hopes of winning enough money to go to college.
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