Eating Out 2: Sloppy Seconds

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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 soon threatens to backfire when he not only lands a girlfriend at a campus ex-gay support group, but encourages his ex-boyfriend Marc (Brett Chukerman) to come blasting out of the closet more flamboyant than ever.

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Critic Reviews for Eating Out 2: Sloppy Seconds

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Audience Reviews for Eating Out 2: Sloppy Seconds

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Well, Eating Out 2 has better production values and a more adult story than the first outing. Plus, it's stable of guys tends to be more attractive and less brain dead than those in the prior edition. Otherwise, the film tries to do a lot of things in the context of comedy and fails in mostly all of them. There are stories about pretending to be something you're not (straight), an ex-gay group (Homo No More or some such), outing people, the best way to give oral sex and...forget it. This is a "put your brain on pause and enjoy the pretty people" movie.

Jason Vargo
Jason Vargo

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Better than the first one, offers lots of funny lines in this second instalment. Acting has been much improved from the first film

Sylvester Kuo
Sylvester Kuo

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Very little of the original cast returned for this sequel showing there is NEED for more quality "gay interest" films. The first was a decent attempt, while this one seemed to just go through the motions. It is not bad as long as you only have low expectations.

Thomas Johnston
Thomas Johnston

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