Fat Girls Synopsis
A gay teen (Ash Christian) and his overweight gal pal (Ashley Fink) band together for support.
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New York Post

By Lou Lumenick
Big-Hearted and often quite funny if crudely made, Fat Girls cleverly subverts the clichés of high school comedies to serve an...
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New York Daily News

By Elizabeth Weitzman
Christian infuses this familiar story with gentle empathy, which goes a long way in balancing out the more amateurish choices.
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Village Voice

This film goes to some lengths not to be another high-school movie, which means prom stinks and no one can sing. Given Fat Girls' honesty,...
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TV Guide

By Maitland McDonagh
To call Christian's film unpolished is an understatement.
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Los Angeles Times

Without insight, memorable dialogue or interesting characters, Fat Girls quickly wears thin.
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By Dennis Harvey
Wins no points for delicacy. Still, it does score some laughs.
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The A.V. Club

By Noel Murray
In the words of his own character, this young filmmaker hasn't found his "inner fat girl."
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The New York Times

By Stephen Holden
Ends up stranded between two concepts, either of which might have yielded a more satisfying film.
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Loved it!

By mickey18
This film is so heart-warming and genuine. I fell in love with Rodney and Sabrina and giggled my way through the entire movie. It was short and sweet and I would totally see it again. Ash is a...


By jessie3323
I saw this film when it premiered at The Tribeca Film Festival and I thought it was very inspiring. I think it will change the way people view others that are different from them and how different...

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Rated R | For strong sexual content including graphic dialogue, language and some drug/alcohol use involving teens