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Run, Fatboy, Run

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Five years after jilting his pregnant fiancée on their wedding day, out-of-shape Dennis decides to run a marathon to win her back as her date, a handsome, attentive and fit financier, plans to run in the charity marathon.
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September 23, 2008

The picture manages to juggle both the silly and the sentimental without falling flat.
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rec.arts.movies.reviews
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September 05, 2015

About as funny as Ross on "Friends." David Schwimmer (Ross on "Friends") directs.
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Ebert & Roeper

March 31, 2008

Sure it's predictable. Sure it's a slight effort, but I still think it's pretty funny and charming.
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Chicago Sun-Times
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March 28, 2008

One thing Schwimmer does do right is keep the story moving swiftly. You're in, you're out, no harm done -- unless you want that hour and a half back.
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Paste Magazine
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April 12, 2016

Satisfyingly entertaining.
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Chicago Reader
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December 17, 2008

This feeble premise limits the movie to perfunctory gags about the hero's sloth and some canned underdog drama.
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TheMovieReport.com
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March 29, 2009

Far from the gut-busting brilliance of Pegg's other, self-made starring vehicles.
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USA Today
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March 28, 2008

Amiable, consistently amusing and surprisingly affecting, it has the flavor of a Nick Hornby novel, with its focus on an overgrown boy struggling to grow up and be a man.
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NewsBlaze
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September 24, 2008

The film, like its flabby aspiring marathon runner protagonist, feels shapeless and exhausted from the sheer effort of trying to please audiences.
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I.E. Weekly
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March 31, 2008

Schwimmer's sliced cheese mediocrity gets him off the hook; not so for the usually inventive Pegg and Black and their arms race of bland jokes and cheap male nudity
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Toronto Star
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March 28, 2008

Run, Fat Boy, Run is the directorial debut of actor David Schwimmer, who is much better behind the camera than in front of it. Here, he's taken material best suited to sketch comedy and turned it into a feature of no small heart and humour.
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