All Over the Guy

2001, Lgbtq+, 1h 35m

47 Reviews 2,500+ Ratings

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Movie Info

A contemporary romantic comedy about the quest to find the "one" when the "one" doesn't know he's the "one." "All Over the Guy" explores the unlikely pairing of Eli (Dan Bucatinsky) and Tom (Richard Ruccolo), two twentysomethings thrown together by their respective best friends, Jackie (Sasha Alexander) and Brett (Adam Goldberg), in an attempt to ignite their own romance. While Jackie and Brett are falling in love, Eli and Tom are stumbling away from it.

Cast & Crew

Richard Ruccolo
Tom Vecchione
Adam Goldberg
Brett Miles Sanford
Christina Ricci
Rayna Wyckoff
Joanna Kerns
Lydia Vecchione
Sasha Alexander
Jackie Samantha Gold
Andrea Martin
Dr. Ellen Wyckoff
Don Roos
Executive Producer
Susan B. Landau
Executive Producer
Goran Pavicevic
Cinematographer
Glenn Garland
Film Editing
Fanée Aaron
Production Design
Andrew Williams
Music Producer
Peter Mitchell
Costume Design
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Audience Reviews for All Over the Guy

  • Jan 03, 2013
    I think what bothered me most about this movie was that none of the characters were especially likable. I didn't care about any of them and truly didn't care what happened. It also was really surface level. There'd be a small hint of/opportunity for depth but then they would quickly just pass it over and move on. All in all, it was boring, not believable, and overall quite a let down. What did this movie teach me? When you've loved someone for a long, long time you can call them an asshole even when they're sick.
    Sarah . Super Reviewer
  • Apr 28, 2008
    I really liked this movie. Its characters are quirky but believably so, which is rare. Really funny.
    Sunil J Super Reviewer
  • Dec 25, 2007
    This is one of my absolute favorite movies! Love the track "Please Forgive Me" by David Gray.
    Leo L Super Reviewer
  • Jul 17, 2007
    This film really was not trying to make a statement about homosexuality. It was more about disfunctional upbringings adversely impacting the way we relate to others. I think this is one of the reasons I enjoyed it. In not beating you over the head with "accept me because I am gay" messages and simply seeing the main characters (Eli and Tom) as people trying to work through their own baggage and make life work for themselves it may make it more accessible to some. Why else did I enjoy the movie? It was funny. It had some really funny moments in it. PS, if you are looking for a movie starring Lisa Kudrow and Christina Ricci look elsewhere...their cameo's are brief (and though I love them both Kudrow's performance was great). The acting ranges from good to...well...not so good, but for a decent semi-romantic comedy you have found your evening ticket. Enjoy.
    Dean L Super Reviewer

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