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Phat Girlz
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  • Rated: PG-13
  • Genre: Comedy
  • Year: 2006
Audio
English: Dolby Surround 5.1 / Spanish & French: Dolby Surround
Subtitles:
English, Spanish, & French / Subtitled

Synopsis

Superstar comedienne Mo'Nique is "hilarious" (San Francisco Chronicle) as a sassy, plus-sized fashion designer who's tired of taking no for an answer in this "delightful" (Boston Globe) comedy about living life to the fullest. Jazmin Biltmore (Mo'Nique) has big plans for large ladies – she's designed a sexy line of clothes for curvaceous women like herself. But when she can't get funding for her designs or meet a man who appreciates her unique physique, Jazmin's patience starts running thin. That is, until she wins an all-expense-paid trip to a resort in Palms Springs, where she just might just meet the man of her dreams.

Disc Information

*Widescreen Theatrical Version
*Widescreen Unrated Version seamlessly branched
*Feature commentary by Director Nnegest Likke
*Deleted/Alternate scenes with optional director commentary
*The Phattest Guy: A Tribute to Producer Bobby Newmyer
*Bloopers
*Super Size Dreams: Director's Video Diary
*The Reel Deal: The Making of Phat Girlz

***All Features Subject to Change

Cast & Crew

Mo'Nique ... Jazmin Biltmore
Jimmy Jean-Louis ... Tunde
Godfrey ... Akibo
Kendra C. Johnson ... Stacey
Joyful Drake ... Mia
Jack Noseworthy ... Dick Eckhard
Eric Roberts ... Robert Myer

Reviews

Robert Dominguez New York Daily News | April 10, 2006

Beneath the movie's broad humor and meanspirited put-downs lies an uplifting story about learning to like yourself for who you are, not what you look like.

Wesley Morris Boston Globe | April 10, 2006

This is a disarming and, in its own way, delightful vehicle for its star and executive producer, the comedian and actress Mo'Nique. Who could hate this movie?

John Anderson Newsday | April 08, 2006

Likke should be applauded for tackling a subject that's bristling with socio-political thorns and raises some provocative questions, particularly about what we find attractive in other people and why.

Peter Hartlaub San Francisco Chronicle | April 07, 2006

There's a lot to laugh at and cheer for in this rousing comedy.

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