Eating Out: All You Can Eat
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This entirely new story in the Eating Out collection offers plenty of the over the top sex-romp rowdiness that made the first two films into cult favorites, along with a delightful dose of pure romance.
Rebekah Kochan returns as Tiffani, the infamous, lovable, hysterical and funny slut who attempts to help her geeky but very cute friend Casey (Daniel Skelton) 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 (Chris Salvatore) online, which works, until the real Ryan shows up!
Only through some fancy footwork, advice from his Aunt Helen (John Waters Cult Icon Mink Stole) and mentor Harry (Emmy Award winning Leslie Jordan, Sordid Lives, Will & Grace), 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. Eating Out 3 introduces six hot, openly gay actors in lead roles including Daniel Skelton, Chris Salvatore, Michael Walker, John C. Stallings (The Janice Dickinson Modeling Agency), Maximiliano Torandell, and Rick D'Agostino.
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I'm used to being underwhelmed or mildly amused by many of the independent films I've bought. I not only work in the business (I have no connection with anything about these films), but I've loved watching independent films as much as the blockbusters. You don't have to lower your expectations for this one. It's top notch in every way. The writing is sharp and smart, full of zingers and humor. The acting strikes just the right note for this film, and there's a chemistry between the actors that adds a special spark to the scenes. The production values are high enough so they never get in the way, but instead support the film so the story and characters can do their thing without distraction. It just works so well together as a whole! The story is sweet and funny and sexy. What's not to like?
There are wonderful appearances by great actors, such as Rebekah Kochan, Mink Stole and Leslie Jordan, but also some surprising premiere appearances (as far as I know) of Daniel Skelton and Chris Salvatore who play the lead love interests.
In this latest release from a very adept production team, I came away from "Eating Out - All You Can Eat" totally satisfied! I'll look forward to their next course!
Definitely not a great film, probably only worth two stars, but I enjoyed it for its fun silliness, so I give it four stars.
The cast is appealing (and easy on the eyes). Kochan is at her good-intended but outrageous best. And "Will & Grace" recurring guest Leslie Howard adds a refreshing touch of gay comic flair.
So, is EO3 better than the first two? Not really. But it has enough going for it that I can recommend watching it.
You can't miss the gratuitous frontal and rear shots, but then that is one reason we rent these movies. ;-)
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Good gay comedy/drama... A lot of references to gay life and slang... Exaggerates real gay-life situations to make it hilarious. It is ok.Published 5 months ago by Luis R. Padilla
The kind of film that makes a quick buck at gay film festivals ... and gives gay cinema a bad name.Published 5 months ago by Jerry in PA
Another goofy "Eating Out"—I take them for what they are. Mink Stole and nail salon girls steals the show!Published 6 months ago by LAD
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