Eating Out: All You Can Eat (2009)




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Movie Info

This entry in the Eating Out series offers plenty of the sex-romp rowdiness that made the first two films into cult favorites. Rebekah Kochan returns as Tiffani, a wacky heroine who attempts to help her friend Casey (Daniel Skelton) find true love (or at least a sexy hunk).

Rating: Unrated
Genre: Gay & Lesbian, Comedy
Directed By:
Written By: Phillip Bartell, Phillip J. Bartell, Q. Allan Brocka
In Theaters:
On DVD: Nov 17, 2009
Ariztical Entertainment


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Critic Reviews for Eating Out: All You Can Eat

All Critics (7) | Top Critics (4)

Eating Out 3: All You Can Eat is just as silly and tedious as the first two unconnected tales of young gay love -- but lots worse.

Full Review… | October 16, 2009
Los Angeles Times
Top Critic

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.

Full Review… | October 14, 2009
Top Critic

It needs to be emphasized that Eating Out 3 has nothing to do with the restaurant business, lest any foodies wander into this ineptly written and acted gay sex comedy by accident.

Full Review… | October 9, 2009
New York Times
Top Critic

I may yet be a convert.

Full Review… | October 6, 2009
Village Voice
Top Critic

a harmlessly silly gay L.A. comedy of manners that's far more notable for its profusion of abs and pecs than it is for such things as acting, story, and characters.

Full Review… | November 10, 2009

Not that nuance must be a comedy's forte, but most of All You Can Eat unravels as a series of self-conscious fragments and bitchy one-liners.

Full Review… | October 5, 2009
Slant Magazine

Audience Reviews for Eating Out: All You Can Eat

This movie just demonstrates that that gays will watch just about anything! The only good thing in this movie is brief appearances from Leslie Jordan.

Thomas Johnston

Super Reviewer

Some elements were used, however, the bad acting from Chris, Daniel didn't work well

Sylvester Kuo
Sylvester Kuo

Super Reviewer

If you've seen any of the other movies in this series, you know exactly what to expect. I will say I liked this movie better than the second one, but ultimately it's just more of the same tired sex jokes and gratuitous nudity. There are a few mildly clever jokes and I did laugh once or twice, but for the most part this isn't great.

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