An overweight girl, Maggie Baker, is elected Homecoming queen by the mean girls in the high school.

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Peter Levin
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Nikki Blonsky ... Maggie Baker
Annie Potts ... Joan Baker
Lily Holleman ... Casey
Kim Matula ... Tara (as Kimberly Matula)
Liz McGeever ... Liz
Fabian C. Moreno Fabian C. Moreno ... Louis (as Fabian Moreno)
Caren Anton ... Principal Gabriel
Kyle Clements ... Trip (as Kyle Russell Clements)
Kelsey Schultz Kelsey Schultz ... Camille
Chad Linley Chad Linley ... Ryan
Philip Searcy Philip Searcy ... Devon
Jackson Pace ... Will Baker
Laurel Whitsett Laurel Whitsett ... Coach Zash
Lindsay Soileau Lindsay Soileau ... Christa
Libby Whittemore ... Sarah
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An overweight girl, Maggie Baker, is elected Homecoming queen by the mean girls in the high school.

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Comedy | Drama

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TV-14 | See all certifications »

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The location is South Carolina, but the high school at which part of the story takes place (Byrd High School) is located in Louisiana. See more »

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Big Girls Don't Cry
Written by Fergie (uncredited) and Toby Gad (uncredited)
Performed by Fergie
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Horrible Movie!
10 March 2020 | by bxmamiprSee all my reviews

I am so sick of these movies about fat people mad at the world because they cry about not fitting in as they stuff their fat faces with a non stop smorgasbord throughout the whole movie. They make everyone uncomfortable because if anyone looks in their direction they lose it and accuse everyone of judging them. I was heavy in high school and lost weight, so I'm definitely not judgemental. But this movie made me wish I could slap the mess out of the main character. Everything is poor me, poor me, she has the worst attitude ever, blames the world for her poor life choices, and stuffs her face with every piece of junk food she can get her hands on in the city non stop. Then you hear the whole I try to lose weight, I can't, you don't understand everytime her mom tries to help her get healthier because her dad recently died of Diabetes. This is one of the most irritating movies I have ever seen. It is an hour and a half of an endless self pity party for someone blaming the world for their bad decisions, and making everyone else uncomfortable and insignificant, all while stuffing their face with junk food in every scene.


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Official Sites:

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

6 October 2008 (Argentina) See more »

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