Run, Fat Boy, Run

Run, Fat Boy, Run
Run, Fat Boy, Run

Year

2007

Duration

96 minutes

Genres

Comedy

Language

English

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Synopsis

Dennis Doyle (played by Simon Pegg) is a man who can't commit to relationships, even stooping so low as to jilt his pregnant fiancée Libby at the altar. Libby comes back into his life a few years later with a superfit new boyfriend in tow, who is planning to whisk Libby and their son Jake away to America. Forced to confront his feelings about Libby, Dennis realises he needs to win her back and prove his worth - by competing against her new beau in the upcoming marathon. But will he be able to overcome his self-doubt and commit to the gruelling training regime?

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This film has a few uses of strong bad language and sex references

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