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In a story that carries a new kind of drama and comedy, where that story tells about a daughter of a former Miss Wilodin. Willudine decided to take part in the Teen Bluebonnet Missile Contest as an escalating confrontation when other contestants follow her feet in the competition. Everything seems different, as the issue becomes a real celebrity in Texas.
As it proceeds through a series of teary reconciliations in the last half-hour of its 110-minute run time, the film's didactic drama begins to grate, its treacly emotions feeling increasingly unearned.
On its surface, Dumplin' is a slight, charming comedy about beauty pageants and learning to be yourself, but watch closely enough and you might see some of the new moves it brings to an otherwise predictable routine.
Maybe we're just going have to endure well-meaning but preachy-tiresome movies like "Dumplin'" until it simply becomes normal for an obese person to appear on screen without being defined entirely in terms of weight.