Young, cute, thin and gay Casey (Daniel Skelton) lusts after hunky Zack(Chris Salvatore). With the help of friend Tiffani (Rebekah Kochan) hemakes a profile online and uses the pics of her str8 stripperex-boyfriend Ryan (Michael E.R. Walker) to lure Zach. Zach falls for"Ryan"...but the REAL Ryan show up.
The plot is completely predictable and the events like this would neverhappen in real life. Also most of the comedy falls flat. But, I likedthis! It's quick (only 80 minutes including the credits), it has afriendly "feel" to it and the cast is rearing to go. Kochan has been inall three of these "Eating Out" movies and she's fun...if a little overthe top. Skelton isn't TOO nerdy as Casey (I mean that in a good way).Salvatore is incredibly handsome. He's not all pumped up but he's sogood-looking you won't notice! His acting is just OK. Walker IS allpumped up and incredibly good-looking as Ryan...but his acting seems alittle unsure. Also there's impressive full frontals of Salvatore ANDWalker! So it isn't good but I liked it. I give it an 8.
This film is about a shy man who meets the man of his dreams. Yet he istoo shy and fears rejection for the person he is, hence he comes upwith a plan with unexpected results.
"Eating Out All You Can Eat" is very entertaining! The story ispositive, though there are many clich?s but they are not overdone.Acting is good, especially by Rebekah Kochan who plays the characterTiffani. The jokes are funny without being rude, which is refreshing. Ifind the ending very heartwarming and touching, as a very pleasingending is seen. There is an extra scene at the end after the credits,make sure you stay behind for it!
This is the third film in the EATING OUT series.
The first one was fun & enjoyable.
The second missed (lacked enjoyable comedy.
This is somewhere in between, I mostly enjoyed it.
The acting is overly campy.
The script could have been better, the subject of Internet datingneeded better handling.
There are no actual sex scenes,the few in the movie are simulated.
Some real nice bodies, nice male eye candy.
Best thing is that including the credits the running time is a fast 80minutes.
Stay to end of credits, the last bit is actually quite humorous..
Ratings: **1/2 (out of 4) 68 points (out of 100) IMDb 6 (out of 10)
I was a big fan of the first Eating Out; I thought it was very originaland funny. The second one (Sloppy Seconds) was a big disappointment.Well, the third time is a charm. All You Can Eat revives the freshoriginality of the first one with pretty much an all new cast andcharacters and setting. The two main leads are certainly easy on theeyes, which is always helpful, but are surprisingly good. All You CanEat probably has the biggest budget of the three and definitely thebest production quality. Very funny, and very touching at the end. Loveall the little hidden gems, like just a sign that reads "Larry CraigLGBT Center", LOL! Give All You Can Eat a shot, you won't be sorry.User: amend71008
I was in the audience for Eating Out (Part One) at the LGBT Framelinefilm festival and, frankly, would have walked out if I hadn't beentrapped in the middle of the row. That having been said, I reallyenjoyed this sequel to a sequel of a sequel. The downside is thateither the acting is still facile and sophomoric (the fatal flaw in theearlier film) or the direction was lacking. The upside is that thesnappy one-liners are now really zingy one-liners, which may indicatethat the problem was with the direction and not the cast.Confessionally, the nudity was a huge(okay, pun intended) plus. MichaelE.R. Walker, in a supporting role,does double duty. If you want adeep,thought-provoking film that probes the gay psyche, this is notyour film. If you would like to laugh (a lot) and, yes, be titillated,you won't go wrong.User: (tempname255)
The story was not new at all and the dialogue was not executedperfectly (some jokes could have been funnier if executed better, someof the story more believable...), but this movie has other qualitiesthat redeem it. Ryan (Michael) did quite well in this movie. He showspromise as an actor (and isn't hard on the eyes). Zack (ChrisSalvatore) is not only (REALLY) attractive and likable, that's himsigning over the credits and he's got some talent. I really hope to seeboth of them go further. And... without spoiling... the, let's call it"couch" scene is pretty hot.
Tiffani gave a good contribution. I feel like Tandy was under-utilized.The lead was a little too... low-key. But likable.
As a quality story... this movie does not make it. Predictable and itwas not executed well enough. I also hate speeches (not to imply therewas one at any point in the movie, that is just a random comment,perhaps). But this wasn't an attempt at art and it was enjoyable.
As a place for new talent to emerge... that may be where this moviesfinds its success. I think the best thing to come out of this moviewould be more work for Michael (Ryan) and Chris (Zack).