The trailer for Fat, Sick & Nearly Dead, a first-person curated documentary of awakened health consciousness from Australian director Joe Cross, is online, and looks to promise a fairly nice emotive punch (even if some curious all-juice diet advocacy), something certainly on par with the sort of feel-good uplift on display week in and week out on NBC’s hit show The Biggest Loser. But then there’s the whole issue of trying to mobilize folks to see a film with two such unappealing words in its moniker. Titles matter, wildly — and especially so with documentaries, I’d argue. That makes the incline that much steeper here. The film should be available for DVD purchase in March, according to its website, but also hitting theaters in April.