Frank Scheck The Hollywood Reporter
For all its aesthetic deficiencies and self-promotional aspects, it at least provides a valuable and important message. show more
Nick Schager Time Out New York
A gonzo, if somewhat gimmicky, approach to advocating healthy living; it's like Super Size Me in reverse. show more
Jeannette Catsoulis The New York Times
Fat, Sick may be no great shakes as a movie, but as an ad for Mr. Cross's wellness program its now-healthy heart is in the right place. show more
Virtually every documentary cliché from the past decade finds its way into this account of director Joe Cross's weight-loss odyssey, a retread-reversal of "Super Size Me" right down to the cheesy animation. show more
Ronnie Scheib Variety
With Cross jump-starting others on a liquid road to health, this glorified infomercial could saturate latenight TV after its April 1 bow. show more
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I think this is an excellent movie. The *********** may not be for everyone , but the message behind it is an important one. I\'ve been drinking vegetable juice daily for 3 months (plus healthy meals) and I can\'t believe how amazing I feel. My energy is through the roof. In this day and age, people are constantly turning to fad diets to look beautiful. Drinking your vitamins is an easy way to get healthy, get energy, and start feeling good enough to get the ball rolling with exercise. This movie is NOT to be missed!
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