Eating Out: All You Can Eat

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  • Summary: Tiffani, the infamous, loveable, hysterical and funny “slut” attempts to help her geeky but very cute friend Casey find true love - or at least a sexy hunk. Taken under Tiffani’s wing, Casey pretends to be Ryan, Tiffani's hot, straight, stripper ex-boyfriend, in order to seduce theTiffani, the infamous, loveable, hysterical and funny “slut” attempts to help her geeky but very cute friend Casey find true love - or at least a sexy hunk. Taken under Tiffani’s wing, Casey pretends to be Ryan, Tiffani's hot, straight, stripper ex-boyfriend, in order to seduce the smoldering Zack online, which works, until the real Ryan shows up! Only through some fancy footwork, advice from his Aunt Helen and mentor Harry, and a daring provocative sexual escapade can Casey figure out how to set things right and perhaps even find the love he’s been seeking. (Ariztical Entertainment) Expand

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  1. Positive: 0 out of 4
  2. Negative: 2 out of 4
  1. 50
    Seems comprised in equal measure of foul-mouthed humor and good-natured coupling.
  2. Reviewed by: Dennis Harvey
    40
    Eating Out: All You Can Eat somewhat departs from the series' gay spin on the raunchy teen sex comedy in favor of semi-sincere romantic comedy -- after a crass and abysmal first stretch, that is.
  3. The sex (of which there isn’t much) isn’t sexy, and the humor isn’t funny.
  4. Just as silly and tedious as the first two unconnected tales of young gay love -- but lots worse.
Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 2 out of 3
  2. Mixed: 0 out of 3
  3. Negative: 1 out of 3
  1. Jul 4, 2014
    10
    eating out 3: all you can eat is cinematic genius in its purest form.
    the plot is entirely seamless and is executed by some of the world's
    eating out 3: all you can eat is cinematic genius in its purest form.
    the plot is entirely seamless and is executed by some of the world's
    most brilliant actors. this is a must-see for anyone looking to laugh,
    cry, or just have fun. eating out 3 accurately depicts the homosexual
    lifestyle in a way that has not been captured on film until this
    moment. gay or straight you are sure to be enthralled by this
    masterpiece. eating out 3: all you can eat is a timeless classic. definitely will be showing it to my children and grandchildren some day.
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  2. [Anonymous]
    Oct 21, 2009
    7
    This movie is hysterical! And I believe Rebekah deserves the crown for the new "Gay Icon" If you really 'lived' in the Gay This movie is hysterical! And I believe Rebekah deserves the crown for the new "Gay Icon" If you really 'lived' in the Gay Community, you'd see that this movie displays it perfectly and people need to get over it. It's just sex...shouldn't be something taboo or 'dirty' Just go to the movie and prepared to 'be offended' I did and I'm so thrilled I did...Finally, a gay film NOT about someone dying from AIDS...OY! Expand
  3. Aug 16, 2011
    3
    Many mistakes and a few fixes. The bad of gay films along with continuation even with more independent producers and actors who do not followMany mistakes and a few fixes. The bad of gay films along with continuation even with more independent producers and actors who do not follow onto the sequence, like it was for the Another Gay Movie, a pity. For those who like a hooker itâ Expand

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