Unsurprisingly, it hasn't aged well.
The story follows, yep you guessed it, a shallow man named Hal (depicted by Black), who is hypnotised so he can only see a woman's inner beauty. As a result, he falls in love with a 136kg woman named Rosemary (played by Paltrow), all the while thinking he's pursuing a stereotypically 'hot', thin, blonde woman.
In the movie, 'fat' Rosemary's character breaks two seats, tips a boat like a seesaw, and starts a tidal wave that leaves a boy stuck up a tree. Yet audiences were expected to believe they were watching a progressive film about body positivity and inner beauty.
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Unsurprisingly, the movie has generated a lot of backlash in recent years for being offensive and fatphobic. But it wasn't just the audience who were impacted by the offensive narrative.
Ivy Snitzer was just 20 when she was cast to play Paltrow's 'fat' body double.