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Eating Out: Drama Camp NR CC

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3.7 out of 5 stars (79) IMDb 5.4/10

In the fourth installment of the hit gay film series Eating Out Zack and Casey's relationship is in a slump, but things are about to change this summer at Dick Dickey's Drama Camp! When Zack meets Benji there is an instant connection. However, not wanting to interfere with Zack's current relationship, Benji pretends to be straight.

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Chris Salvatore, Daniel Skelton
Runtime:
1 hour, 31 minutes

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Product Details

Genres Comedy
Director Q. Allan Brocka
Starring Chris Salvatore, Daniel Skelton
Supporting actors Aaron Milo, Lilach Mendelovich, Harmony Santana, Garikayi Mutambirwa, Drew Droege, Michael Serrato, Joel Rush, Marikah Cunningham, Ronnie Kroell, Steven Daigle, Rob Westin, Jesse Archer, Mink Stole, Rebekah Kochan, Cleo Anderson, Benjamin Byun, Joe Floridia, Christian Gonzalez
Studio Ariztical Entertainment
MPAA rating NR (Not Rated)
Captions and subtitles English Details
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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The boys from "Eating Out: All You Can Eat," Casey (Daniel Skelton) and Zack (Chris Salvatore) get accepted in a well-known "drama camp" run by Dick Dickey (played by Drew Droege, coming across as Richard Simmons' evil twin), and face the first challenge to their relationship (which has been lukewarm rather than hot) as soon as Zack falls in instant lust with one of his fellow campers. The boys, and some girls, as well as a transgender character, compete for an acting prize, while trying to keep their libidos under control (a camp rule), which isn't easy.

Like the first three films in this series, this is a very cartoonish but entertaining romp, filled with sight gags, overacting and unrealistic situations, with lots of hot, buff guys in simulated sexual situations to keep you watching. It's a formula that works for writer/director Q. Allan Brocka, and you can't blame him for sticking with it (Be forewarned that film #5 is already in production). Personally, I'd watch anything that features Mink Stole, who reprises her role as Casey's aunt/landlady, but who now has a hunky younger lover who she met "on My Face." Uh, yeah.

Won the audience award at Philadelphia gay film fest, I give the film three stars out of five.
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The "Eating Out" series defies the standard rule that sequels are bad. I liked the first installment OK. The second was really good, and the third was excellent. We've shown the second and third installment to a number of friends, and bought copies as gifts. This fourth episode is good, but not as good as the second and third installment. Mind you, I will absolutely buy the DVD and be happy to have it, but it is really missing a larger role for Rebekah Kochan because she is a highlight of any movie she is in. It's too bad she wasn't around for "Gone with the Wind"....it would have been a very interestingly different movie. Definitely worth buying and watching, but also get installment 2 and 3 because those are even better.
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Forget how on earth this series is sputtering into a fourth and rumored fifth installment. The lure of cheap laughs combined with the promise of naked twink flesh will always find an audience regardless of sexual orientation. This effort is devoid of joy or entertainment which can't be covered up with stunt casting of reality TV "celebrities" Ronnie (Make Me a Supermodel runner-up) Kroell and Steven (Big Brother alum and nascent porn star) Daigle. Like me, fans of the series will probably not be able to stay away but anyone unfamiliar with the previous three films should avoid this garbage. Those hungry for skin will not be sated.
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FIRST of all, the whole pretense of all the Eating Out Sequels besides the 2nd one are just based on very nakked guys and sex...at least the first two there was a plot and you could understand it.
BUT in this, 4th sequel, its just way too silly!
SPOILER: As a gay guy, there is NO way id ever break up with my BF in order to get him together with another guy, that's ridiculous and totally unrealisic!
Tiffany only had a cameo,and she should have been a major player in the entire movie!

I have seen how these sequels seem to work..in the 3rd one,they killed off the main2 characters from the first 2movies ( Marc and Kyle) which was bad enough, but this 4th movie just goes to far in ridiculous situations and unfortunately,not all the hot nakked guys can make up for the lack of plot and the painful time that comprises this movie!

Id recommend the first two highly and strongly, but after that RENT Dont waste your money please!
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This is not the movie to watch to learn. It's the movie to watch because it has hot guys. I saw the other titles in the series and knew what to expect. If you're seeing this series for the first time just know that it's stupid and beautiful.
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I simply had to see it, since I watched the other Eating Out films recently. I was really hoping to see more of Rebekah Kochan (Tiffani) again, but her screen time was very limited & not as hilarious as before.

There were a few stories in the film, some of them were pretty good.

Lilach Mendelovich as Penny made up for my lack of Tiffani, she maintained some fair humor for me. I think I am more partial to Tiffani, but the character Penny did deliver some laughs

Over all, not as great/funny as Eating Out; All You Can Eat, but the film is far from terrible
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This is one of the all time gay saga/stories that is both funny and way too true. This installment takes up where the last one left off so if you have not seen them from the beginning, you can still enjoy it, but it is best if you have the complete story from the start.
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The first in the series was great but with each sequel the films became less and less enjoyable. This is the worst (and last for me). Some dreadful (I mean 'really' dreadful) overacting from the two teachers which made me cringe.If they could only see their performances. A very weak storyline which was written on a postage stamp with room to spare. As the next in the series was filmed immediately after this film , one can only shudder at the possibility of having to endure another time waster. Most of the cast are okay but no serious acting is required from any of them. Time to bury the hatchet on this series
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