Eating Out 2: Sloppy Seconds (2006)
Average Rating: 5.1/10
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Average Rating: 4.1/10
Critic Reviews: 10
Fresh: 2 | Rotten: 8
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Director Phillip J. Bartell steps behind the camera for this sequel to the popular 2004 gay comedy that finds smitten homosexual Kyle (Jim Verraros) posing as a heterosexual in hopes of attracting the attention of newly arrived gay model Troy (Marco Dapper). With a little help from his best friends, Gwen (Emily Brooke Hands) and Tiffany (Rebekah Kochan), Kyle may be able to pass for straight after all. Despite his best efforts, Kyle's bid to convince others of his burgeoning heterosexual status
Nov 22, 2006 Wide
Jun 5, 2007
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Eating Out 2 is the kind of sex comedy that can get pretty raw, but it remains playful and smart enough to keep one interested. Performances count for a lot.
[Director Phillip] Bartell crafts some quips, but the momentum falters when he goes maudlin.
Eating Out 2 is sweet-natured, but like the first edition, lame and way too talky.
This video sequel to the gay comedy Eating Out (2004) is funnier, lighter, and faster paced.
The jaunty second helping in the Eating Out series is a playful romp through an art school’s halls of desire.
The best surprise about this sequel to the 2004 gender-confusion romcom is that it's actually a better film--sharper, stronger and funnier.
gets most of its chuckles from bitchy zingers and off-the-wall metaphors along the lines of "more tense than Star Jones in a training bra." Rimshot!
No one who saw the wretched Eating Out was demanding a sequel, but it's here and it's a lot better.
For once, a sequel that is infinitely superior in every possible way to the original.
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