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Self-promoting physicians, shrinks, bureaucrats, and fashion models blather on about eating issues, yet Roberts glosses over the only real solution to weight gain: balanced nutrition combined with exercise.
If you're trying to lose weight, this movie will probably not help you , but it reflects the stories of a lot of our lives.
No doubt, we the people are due for some lifestyle changes, but the film glosses some of the trickier obstacles to better health.
Self-serving exaltations underscore Mr. Roberts's, well, slender charisma. (His narration is strikingly wit-, humor- and charm-free.)
A choppy, unfocused, intermittently compelling report on the tortured, fluctuating state of the national backside.
[Director Darryl] Roberts does not take himself very seriously, but there are some interesting facts that will make you think. [Full review in Spanish]
Roberts makes a sincere humanitarian, but he's a lousy journalist.
A priceless reminder about the value of being able to accept yourself just the way you are without succumbing to the societal pressure to measure up to an unattainable, ideal body-type.
The look of the film reflects a miniscule budget, but it gets points for modesty and a keen sense of humor.
Director Darryl Roberts evokes heartfelt responses about America's obsession with dieting.
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