Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that this film includes sexual imagery ("comic" sex scenes, against a wall, passionate-awkward kissing, in a suds-filled tub) and language (slang for genitals and sexual activity). The film also includes language that pushes the PG-13 edge, including one f-word and especially, repetition of the word "bitch" (which Jazmin uses in reference to herself as well as the "skinny bitches" she hates). Some antic violence (as when Jazmin hits a girl and a man who call her "fat," or drops objects from her apartment window and hits her cousin on the sidewalk).
Lots of sexual imagery: Opening dream scene has Jazmin pleasured by male servants; repeated cleavage, thongs, bikinis, underwear or short shorts images; bare-torsoed men ogled by women; Stacey has sex with Akibo against wall, in tub (naked bodies in suds); Mia asks, "What's gotten into Stacey?" Answer: "Dr. Akibo" Jazmin stands naked before her mirror (we see shoulders up and Mia's averted eyes); Jazmin and Tunde kiss passionately; Jazmin and Tunde have sex under covers, then she turns on the light to "see" him. Many sexual language/references.
Jazmin punches skinny girl (as a child, in flashback) and a man who calls her a "fat bitch" Jazmin pulls toupee off banker who won't give her a loan (guards drag her out yelling and kicking); Jazmin throws clothes and objects out her bedroom window, hitting Mia on sidewalk below.
"Dozens" competition between Jazmin and burger clerk ("You so ugly..." and "You so fat" jokes involving mamas, morning sickness, "giving head," "butt-cracks"); Jazmin's frequent use of "bitch" elicits Tunde's remonstration; s-word, one f-word, one "motherf--er" in subtitle; frequent uses of "ass," "damn," "hell."
Good points about plus-size women supporting each and themselves; not so good points about competition between plus-size and thin women; and men still get to chose their partners even as women argue.
Fictional fast-food joint: "Fatasssburger."
Drugs / Tobacco /
Drinking in bars and clubs; Jazmin drinks shots; Mia is visibly drunk as she orders a Cosmopolitan; women celebrate with champagne.