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  • Release Date: 7 April 2006 (USA)
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  • Rate: 2.7/10 total 7,862 votes 
  • Genre: Comedy
  • Release Date: 7 April 2006 (USA)
  • Runtime: USA:99 min | Argentina:99 min
  • Filming Location: Los Angeles, California, USA
  • Budget: $3,000,000 (estimated)
  • Gross: $7,059,537 (USA) (7 July 2006)
  • Director: Nnegest Likké
  • Stars: Mo’Nique, Kendra C. Johnson, Jimmy Jean-Louis | See full cast and crew »
  • Original Music By: Stephen Endelman   
  • Soundtrack: Brick House
  • Sound Mix: Dolby Digital | DTS | SDDS
  • Plot Keyword: Plus Size | Diet Pills | Fashion Designer | Size Positive | Doctor

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    Goofs: Boom mic visible: When the girls first meet the Nigerian doctor and he talks to the skinny one, you can see the boom mic on the reflection of her glasses.

    Phat Girlz (2006) Plot: Two plus-sized ladies meet the men of their dreams in the most unexpected of ways. |  »

    Phat Girlz (2006) Story: Two plus-sized ladies meet the men of their dreams in the most unexpected of ways.

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    • Michael Glassman known as co-producer
    • Steven Imes known as executive producer
    • Steven Imes known as producer
    • Timothy Mapfumo known as associate producer
    • Mo'Nique known as executive producer
    • Robert F. Newmyer known as producer
    • Steven J. Wolfe known as producer

    Watch Phat Girlz (2006) Free Movie Online HD FullCast & Crew:

    • Mo'Nique known as Jazmin Biltmore
    • Jimmy Jean-Louis known as Dr. Tunde Jonathan
    • Godfrey known as Akibo
    • Kendra C. Johnson known as Stacey
    • Joyful Drake known as Mia
    • Dayo Ade known as Godwin
    • Felix Pire known as Ramón
    • Doug Ballard known as Banker
    • Charles Duckworth known as Jack the Order Taker
    • Jack Noseworthy known as Richard 'Dick' Eckhard
    • Eric Roberts known as Robert Myer
    • Moses James known as Nigerian Doorman
    • Kidigo Kennedy known as Nigerian Door Woman
    • Chet Anekwe known as Flirty Nigerian Man
    • Karen Elizabeth known as Plus Size Shopper #1 / Plus Size Model in Fashion Show
    • Kelli Jackson known as Plus Size Shopper #2
    • Carla Jimenez known as Plus Size Shopper #3
    • Mark Anthony Williams known as Handsome Brotha'
    • Johnny Ashenafi known as Bartender
    • Raymond T. Williams known as Fat Ass Burger Patron (as Raymond Williams)
    • Nico Onwura known as Nigerian Woman with Baby
    • Nkeonye Nwankwo known as Elderly Nigerian Woman
    • Stella Ademiluyi known as Nigerian Thick Madame
    • Brendan Walsh known as Chubby Geek
    • Ion Overman known as Flirty Waitress
    • Crystal Rivers known as Drink Stand Worker
    • Sidney Hicks known as Mr. Jungle Fever
    • Carrie Southworth known as Ms. Jungle Fever
    • Shay'La Banks known as Mean Babe in Club #1
    • Shani Bayeté known as Mean Babe in Club #2
    • Shulie Cowen known as Thin Lady in Department Store
    • Elise Muller known as President of the International Medical Association
    • Danica Sheridan known as Crying Fat Lady
    • Sandra V. Watters known as Jazmin's Grandmother (as Sandra Watters)
    • Raven Goodwin known as Jazmin Age 13
    • Carla Jeffery known as Jazmin Age 10
    • John Ellis known as Gentleman in Club #1
    • Ngo Okafor known as Gentleman in Club #2
    • Natalie Woodbury known as Workout Girl on TV
    • Tammy Porter known as Waddling Fat Lady / Plus Size Model in Fashion Show
    • Wes Hall known as Club DJ
    • Daisy Antee known as Plus Size Model in Fashion Show
    • Sara Baramy known as Plus Size Model in Fashion Show
    • Rene Couret known as Plus Size Model in Fashion Show
    • Gabi Creeden known as Plus Size Model in Fashion Show
    • Robin Cricket Pflum known as Plus Size Model in Fashion Show (as Robin Cricket)
    • Jayme Davison known as Plus Size Model in Fashion Show
    • Kimberly Gurganus known as Plus Size Model in Fashion Show
    • Tesia Johnson known as Plus Size Model in Fashion Show
    • Laudi Smith known as Plus Size Model in Fashion Show
    • Elaine Troutman known as Plus Size Model in Fashion Show
    • Doniela Welch known as Plus Size Model in Fashion Show
    • Rosalind Young known as Plus Size Model in Fashion Show
    • Shannon Buckner known as Thick Madame Magazine Model
    • Ida Cavero known as Thick Madame Magazine Model
    • Laquita Davis known as Thick Madame Magazine Model
    • Nivia D. Davis known as Thick Madame Magazine Model (as Nivia Davis)
    • Candace Green known as Thick Madame Magazine Model
    • Lynda Ray Hamilton known as Thick Madame Magazine Model
    • Nicole Le Bris known as Thick Madame Magazine Model
    • Chenese Lewis known as Thick Madame Magazine Model
    • Nnegest Likké known as Thick Madame Magazine Model
    • Nadirah Shakirah known as Thick Madame Magazine Model
    • Shelly Smith known as Thick Madame Magazine Model
    • Bobbi Billard known as Bikini Model
    • Cori Collins known as Bikini Model
    • Cindy Pucci known as Bikini Model
    • Seanna known as Bikini Model
    • Julia Simmons known as Bikini Model
    • Rebecca Guzman known as Shopper
    • Chrisianna Puryear known as Party-goer
    • Jose Antonio known as (uncredited)
    • Alton Demore known as Sexy Manservant (uncredited)
    • Brandon Jackson known as Benji Ross (uncredited)
    • T.R. Smith known as Male Shopper (uncredited)
    • Liam Stone known as Jazmin's Dream Sequence Loincloth Sexy Man Servant (uncredited)
    • Amy Treadwell known as Skinny Girl (uncredited)

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    Supporting Department

    Makeup Department: Phat Girlz (2006)
    • Tina Cohen known as makeup artist
    • Reginald Dowdley known as makeup department head
    • Kristina Frisch known as makeup artist: Eric Roberts
    • Rita L. Hamlin known as key hair stylist
    • Robert Rapport known as makeup artist

    Phat Girlz (2006) Art Department:

    • Natasha Baumgardner known as props
    • Jaime Beebe known as buyer
    • Rob Heinsman known as set dresser
    • Mike Manasewitsch known as set dresser
    • Gregory Mannino known as set decorator: second unit
    • Michael O'Grady Moriarty known as art department
    • Willy Roberts known as set dresser
    • Karina Romeo known as assistant property master
    • J. Kevin Stevens known as set dresser
    • Amy Lynn Umezu known as storyboard artist
    • Chris Weaver known as set dresser

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    Company

    Watch Phat Girlz (2006) Free Movie Online HD Production Companies:

    • Outlaw Productions (I)
    • Sneak Preview Entertainment
    • 10 Times Greater Productions

    Phat Girlz (2006) Movie Streaming HD Other Companies:

    • Chapman/Leonard Studio Equipment  cranes and dollies
    • Fix It In Post  post-production facilities (creative editorial)
    • Fix It In Post  theatrical trailer
    • IndieClear  script clearance
    • Lakeshore Records  soundtrack
    • Starr Casting  extras casting (location: Palm Springs)

    Phat Girlz (2006) Distributors:

    • Fox Searchlight Pictures (2006) (USA) (theatrical)
    • 20th Century Fox (2006) (France) (theatrical)
    • 20th Century Fox de Argentina (2007) (Argentina) (all media)
    • Gativideo (2007) (Argentina) (DVD)
    • Gativideo (2007) (Argentina) (VHS)
    • Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation

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    MPAA: Rated PG-13 for sexual content and language, including some crude sexual references

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    1. Kristine (kristinedrama14@msn.com) from Chicago, Illinois
      02 Jan 2014, 3:18 am

      I had been dying to see Phat Girlz when it came out on DVD, but when Isaw the incredible low rating on IMDb, I was just afraid of beingdisappointed and feeling like I wasted my time and money. But one of myfriends had the movie and we watched it today and I have to say to theIMDb users, how was this movie bottom 100 bad? No, this had no Oscarworthy material and some of it was a bit silly, but I think that thisfilm had a positive message. One of the most disturbing things I haveseen on the IMDb reviews and boards are how this movie "promotes"obesity, when I don't see that at all, this film was just aboutaccepting yourself and feeling good and confident in a world wherebeing a "phat" girl is so unacceptable and makes them feel like theminority. Monique had a positive energy, at times I admit she could beover the top and annoying, but I didn't find her character to behorrible, but actually more believable.

      Jazmin is a big girl in a small girl's world where she can't find anyhot clothing for her size and wishes to help other big girls feelbeautiful and sexy. But she is ignored and criticized for her outgoingpersonality and her plump figure. She wins a trip to the CarrabeanIslands with her thin cousin and her other plump friend. There shemeets and incredibly handsome doctor who loves her figure and finds bigwomen to be very attractive and helps her realize that maybe with alittle confidence she could be on top of the world and smile with herkiller fashion designs.

      I lost a lot of weight, I used to be a "phat" girl, so I think that'swhy I enjoyed the film somewhat, because I could relate. Besides that,this was just an average comedy that people are taking way tooseriously. I think if you let go and just have some fun, you'll likethe film, just ignore the ignorant people who are just hating this filmbecause there are big women in it, it's just a cute romantic comedywith a positive message.

      5/10

    2. abcxyz1232 from United States
      02 Jan 2014, 3:18 am

      Easily the worst movie i've seen in the last year, and as a part-timemanager for a cinema i've seen a lot.

      Mo'Nique is fat. Almost every scene in Phat Girls is about how she'sfat. How fat is she? Her character Jazmin is so fat that when she getsdressed on screen, the soundtrack plays "Brick House". She's so fat sheeats at Fatassburger. She's so fat that when she meets a hot richdoctor he has to be from a foreign country(Nigeria), because apparentlyonly Arican guys love large women, or so the the movie would make youbelieve. Jazmin's so fat that the movie reduces her to a singlediscernible characteristic, which is the mark of an awful movie.

      I'm not saying there aren't issues our society needs to confront whenit comes to women and body image. What i'm saying is this movie hasnothing to do with the issue. It pretends to be about not being shallowand getting to the point where a large woman feels "fat-tabulous", butit's as sad and phony as all those skinny bitches Jazmin belittles andenvies. The whole think reeks of hypocrisy. It OK to be a fat girl, butif you want to be a guy you better be a model and have a six pack.

      Avoid this movie at all costs, unless you like fat jokes or just hatehealthy people. If either of those are you then this movie is for you.

      I hope everyone no matter what their size is happy with who they are.However I wish people would stop trying to tell me it's OK to be fat,that their is a healthy way to be fat. If that's true than I guess alldoctors are wrong and there's no such thing as diabetes and heartdisease. Put the burger and chips down and go for a walk.

    3. matthrin from United States
      02 Jan 2014, 3:18 am

      A fair warning to all the movie fans out there, this movie wasabsolutely HORENDOUS! I wanted my two hours back! I had seen some ofMonique's stand up before and I thought to myself "Hey…she was sortof funny before, and I've got some time to kill…why not?" Long storyshort…BIG MISTAKE! The plot was awful, the characters were not funny,and lets just say I've seen better acting watching old tapes of myelementary school plays. Now, on the slight upside, there were somefunny parts, but for the other 99% of the movie, I was deciding weatherto cry for Monique for making this movie or for me because I could havetaken my 10 dollars and done something much more entertaining. A wordto the wise…under any circumstances …do NOT see thismovie!….beware of Phat Girlz!

    4. Mikey (MikeyMo_nl) from Amsterdam
      02 Jan 2014, 3:18 am

      The problem with this movie is, that next to fact that has almost nolaugh-out-loud-scenes, the protagonist of the movie, the Phat Mo'niqueis all but likable. Yes, she's fat, hasn't been laid in 8 months, getscomments thrown at her head (which she can reply to) but that wouldmake you think she herself would not make the mistakes other peoplemake by judging her by her weight. Unfortunately, Mo'nique only likesmen who are extremely handsome and have gone to the gym a lot. Next tothat everybody who is thin is referred to as a skinny bitch, and ifthat girl happens to be white and have a black boyfriend it's even moreterrifying according to Mo'nique as "they are stealing their men" She'sconstantly judging people by the way they look.

      And we have to root for this woman.

      So no humor and no likable lead-character makes this movie a bad one inmy opinion.

    5. dana22222917 from United States
      02 Jan 2014, 3:18 am

      Today was the first time for me watching Phat Girlz. I loved it, Ialways watch everything Mo'nique acts in because even though I don'tknow her she's my role model. I'm a thick madame too. Watching PhatGirlz,put a whole new spin on the way I think about myself. I putmyself in Jasmine's place on Phat Girlz, it made me love myself more.People don't know the issues healthy women go through with theirweight, but watching this movie made me stop caring what other peoplethink about me. Thank you Mo'nique for making me feel special for onetime in my life, to where other people criticize the way you are made,how you look, how you dress. You make this big girl feel like me and Ithank you for that.

    6. handbagshoes from United Kingdom
      02 Jan 2014, 3:18 am

      I have been reading all your comments, and I think some of the commentsare a bit overboard in the dislikes!! Come on lets not take this tooseriously or take things to heart, this movie might not be in the Oscarstakes, and Monique may in time become a good actress – but it is niceto see a film which has a lovely happy ever after.

      I think it is nice to see a movie which has the fat girl being chasedby a hunk who loves big sized women, because in this world on size 0,its like fat girls don't exist unless they are fancied by fat men.

      Yes, the movie is not taxing on the brain and it certainly is easy onthe thinking brain after a reality bitten hard days at work.

      I enjoyed the film immensely and i am just treating as one entertainingforgettable film. Just like the movie for what it is – an easy on thebrain feel good movie.

    7. happipuppi13 from Phx. Arizona ("Arizona Smells Funny"!- Homer Simpson)
      02 Jan 2014, 3:18 am

      I have a feeling this review might come as a surprise to some when theyread this. Mainly because I am 38,really do not know who Mo'Nique is(except that a close younger friend said she used to be on "Moesha" ?)In fact I don't think many my age ever used the term "phat". Not tomention I'm male & Italian! LOL!

      That aside,like many,I expected to see an ongoing,fat joke filledmovie. That certainly isn't the case here. This film actually has aheart,a mind and gets deep into the soul of what these two women (aswell as larger women everywhere) go through everyday.

      Despite the fact that Mo'Niques character puts up a tough front andgives the fist to anyone who calls her a fat "B" (you know the rest)shereally is hurting very deeply inside like any other person would andshould be. As seen by the amount of products in her room,she's fightinga losing battle with her size. Which makes her more depressed.

      Her best friend is down on herself as well and has unfortunately grownup with the impression that,not only is she fat,she's homely too andlacking in personality. Mo'Niques skinny cousin in the movie was nohelp to her growing up or now.

      Then,as in most movies,fate takes over.

      The two friends and the cousin win a stay at a luxury resort wherethere's nothing but skinny women around making them feel uncomfortable(except for the cousin of course). Into their lives come three men whohail from Africa. These men,unlike the practically brain-washed men inthe world,walk up and basically want to meet Mo'Nique & her friend. Thethird man thinks the cousin must be sick,being so skinny.

      The best looking of these men is completely into Mo'Nique but she's notallowing herself to accept it 100% because she's so used to men notgiving her the time of day. Her friend gets an admirer too and soonhe's gotten her out of her shell (as well as her clothes & his,nonudity though!)

      This movie,unlike some films that paint unflattering portraits of womenor overweight people and African Americans,this film has greatintelligence to it! I especially liked the real African dancing in themovie and how they demonstrate it's okay to be yourself in your skin.

      Yes,there's the typical "your mama" jokes between Mo'Nique and some guywho works at a fast food place but the boy has it coming for beinginsulting. It's a very funny scene to watch!

      Best of all though,this movie doesn't offer up an easy answer forMo'Nique's character. It isn't…just lose the weight,just get a man orjust get rich and everything will be perfect. After her admirer tellsher she should accept that she'll never be a size five,she runs fromhim and hides away in her room and into a deep depression.

      She eats for days & watches TV but then,something just snaps in her andshe goes on a tear through her room. Throwing all the dietproducts,clothes that don't fit and the TV out the window. From thatpoint she re-invents herself and starts up her own clothing line forlarge women,leading to a fashion show and financial world -widesuccess. Which she shares with her friend and cousin.

      With her new attitude and outlook & success,she still is missing thatone piece though. She flies down to Africa and is reunited with the manwho loves her just the way she is. For all these reasons,I give thismovie 10 stars!

      I can only guess that the over-abundance of negative ratings are fromthose who may not have taken the time to "really" watch this movie. Imay not be African-Amercian,but I know it should be on a list of thebest 100 films starring & made by African Americans. I urge any & allto give this a second look!

      "Phat" is in the eyes of the beholder! (END)

    8. Cinema_Love from Canada
      02 Jan 2014, 3:18 am

      Comedian Mo'Nique's first starring film vehicle, Phat Girlz, suffersfrom a bad case of undernourishment. Not that the movie doesn't serveup heaping amounts of fat jokes, or that it doesn't deliver targetedgags for an underserved niche audience – fat women. Phat Girlz's anemiainstead results from the unoriginal script, uncontrolled performances,and clunky direction. Writer-director Likké's film is as static as hercamera shots, and as unsupervised and rowdy as a college frat party.After a disorienting opening sequence that reveals the sexy dreamfantasies of Jazmin Biltmore (Mo'Nique), a character whom we've yet tomeet, the film's meager plot gets rolling. Jazmin works behind acounter in the women's wear division of a department store, but sheaspires to be a fashion designer of plus-sized women's clothing. Herboss (Noseworthy) won't let her near the store's buyer (an especiallygood Roberts) to show him her sketches. Then Jazmin wins a weeklong spavacation from one of the many diet plans she subscribes to, and takesher full-bodied friend Stacey (Johnson) and stick-thin cousin Mia(Drake) along for the trip. As luck would have it, the hotel is teemingwith handsome and buff Nigerian doctors, who in keeping with theircultural traditions, prefer women with ample meat on their bones. Ofcourse, all the doctors and other men in the film are as fit as malemodels, with six-pack abs and toned muscles. In an uncommon twist, theyare also frequently the subjects of slo-mo body scans by the camera.However, the movie's double standard is clear: Large women deserveequal opportunities in love and clothing lines, but fat men are betteroff unseen and unheard. Mo'Nique's comic persona doesn't blend wellinto this story: She plays sassy or pouty but any nuances of realcharacter were left on the drawing board. God help the tacky victim whosuggests Jazmin try Jenny Craig because that will lead to an unbridledtongue-lashing. And a later scene in which Jazmin has an emotionalbreakdown and trashes her bedroom has all the grace of lethalhurricane. You've got to appreciate that the film includes questionsabout the Nigerian custom of female circumcision, but the movie'simpossibly happy ending and the chaotic nature of everything that haspreceded it makes Phat Girlz a dish of empty calories.

    9. koyasu_kudou from United States
      02 Jan 2014, 3:18 am

      I knew that this movie wasn't going to be particularly moving, but Ididn't realize it was going to be absolute crap. The idea behind thisfilm was to break barriers and stereotypes, but that can't be done ifyou keep perpetuating them at the same time.

      According to this movie fat women are dateless, desperate, and can onlyattract men from far away, impoverished countries where being obese isa good thing because food is so scarce. Talk about building up awoman's self-esteem. And the whole "thin people are evil;they need toeat and get fat too, so that I can feel better" theme, is justembarrassing.

      An obvious hypocrisy is how fat women are accepted in this film, butthe only men depicted as love interests had to have above averagebodies. It wasn't okay to ignore fat women, but it was okay to ignorefat men and even men who were just average.

      Altogether Phat Girlz was pitiful and treated the idea of takingoverweight women seriously like a funny daydream rather than a realpossibility.

    10. silverskysurfer3 from United States
      02 Jan 2014, 3:18 am

      This movie found me both laughing, and crying. Mo'nique puts inpowerful acting, but don't discount Johnson, oh no! Their blindinglysincere acting allowed me a window into "Phat Girl" culture, and reallyput me inside the mind of a "phat person." I was given this insightthrough Providence, or more specifically, it was playing on theairplane I was on. Oh, the unbridled joy I experienced when Mia wasshot down by Tumbe in favor of her "phatter" sisters! Oh, the suspense,when she shows up at his doorstep with the African maid! Oh, the actingof they African maid who couldn't-actually-speak-English! This moviereally spoke to me, and not in the way most movies do. This movie'sonly message was, be nice to "phat people". None of that confusingsoul-searching mumbo jumbo. And ah, the "goofs!" Fah! Goofs indeed,when in fact they were TRICKY easter eggs for the discerning watcher!Oh, lo, shame on you who misinterprets Nnegest Likké's art style! Bypretending to make mistakes, she was really portraying the "phatpeople's" foray into normal society! Thanks Likké! It didn't reallywork. So I guess I'll be nice to "phat girlz," but they'll never bereal people in my eyes.

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