Synopsis by Ryan Shriver
Australian director Paul Fenech leaves virtually no topic of Australian interest unsatirized in his scatologically-laden 2003 gross-out comedy, Fat Pizza. Pizza delivery guys Pauly (Fenech), Sleek (Paul Nakad), and Davo (Jabba) all go about their daily business while getting caught up in a series of misadventures. Pauly manages to get into fights with a rival fast food outlet's mascot while incurring the wrath of a gang of midgets miffed about his usage of a handicapped stall in a restroom. Sleek is a Lebanese rapper who simultaneously hides from the various women he's slighted and from racist cops who are just interested in roughing him up for being Middle Eastern. New delivery man Davo's mission is much simpler: he's a druggie in search of a new high. Meanwhile, their violent boss Bobo Gigliotti (Johnny Boxer) attempts to divert the brow-beating he regularly gets from his mother due to his being a middle-aged virgin and signs up for a mail-order bride from Vietnam. Based on an Australian television series of the same name, Fat Pizza premiered in Australia in 2003 with decidedly mixed reviews.
Australia, pizza, rap-music