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7 March 2002 (Australia) See more »
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4 friends, 2 couples. Twice as much to lie about in the morning. See more »
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"All Over The Guy" is a contemporary romantic comedy about the quest to find the "one" when "the one"... See more » | Add synopsis »
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Classic love story See more (87 total) »

Cast

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Dan Bucatinsky ... Eli Wyckoff

Richard Ruccolo ... Tom

Sasha Alexander ... Jackie Samantha Gold

Adam Goldberg ... Brett Miles Sanford

Andrea Martin ... Dr. Ellen Wyckoff

Joanna Kerns ... Lydia

Christina Ricci ... Rayna Wyckoff

Lisa Kudrow ... Marie

Doris Roberts ... Esther
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Tony Abatemarco ... Dr. David Wyckoff

Julie Claire ... Lizz
Ben Foreman ... Young Eli
Sydney Foreman ... Young Rayna

Chris Gann ... Stripper (as Christian Gann)
Blaise Garza ... Young Tom

Michael Harris ... Gary
Bev Land ... Mitch
Donnie Land ... Pizza Guy
Thea Mann ... Donna
Matthew Poage ... Bartender

Nicolas Surovy ... Jim
Nicole Tocantins ... Rachael

Hrach Titizian ... AA Member (uncredited)
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Directed by
Julie Davis 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Dan Bucatinsky 

Produced by
Caroline Aaron .... associate producer
Dan Bucatinsky .... producer
Scott Budnick .... associate producer
Susan Dietz .... producer
Donnie Land .... producer
Susan B. Landau .... executive producer
Juan A. Mas .... producer (as Juan Mas)
Don Roos .... executive producer
 
Original Music by
Peter Stuart 
Andrew Williams 
 
Cinematography by
Goran Pavicevic 
 
Film Editing by
Glenn Garland 
Mary Morrisey 
 
Casting by
Sharon Klein 
Patrick Rush  (as Patrick J. Rush)
 
Production Design by
Fanée Aaron  (as Fanae Aaron)
 
Costume Design by
Peter Mitchell 
 
Makeup Department
Christina Knapp .... key makeup artist
Eden Orfanos .... assistant makeup artist
Eleanor Sabaduquia .... makeup artist
Brandy Dyan Sharp .... makeup artist (as Brandy Sharp)
 
Production Management
Joan Kelley Bierman .... post-production supervisor
Richard DiPatri .... unit production manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Milos Milicevic .... first assistant director (as Milos Milocevic)
Cory Naylor .... second second assistant director
Christopher Sprinkle .... second assistant director
 
Art Department
Jed Caeser .... painter
Heather Cantrell .... lead man
Flint Ellsworth .... carpenter
Katie Mau .... property master
Melinda Simon .... set dresser
Debra Wilbur .... set dresser
 
Sound Department
Gary S. Gelfand .... sound designer (as Gary Gelfand)
Michael Hamm .... consultant: Dolby (as Mike Hamm)
James B. Howe .... foley mixer
Lee Howell .... production sound mixer
Shawn Kennelly .... foley recordist
Alan Kerr .... foley artist
Mark Linden .... sound re-recording mixer
Tara Paul .... sound re-recording mixer
Bryan Pennington .... consultant: Dolby
Marcus Ricaud .... boom operator
Joan Rowe .... foley artist
David Scharf .... dialogue editor
 
Visual Effects by
Christopher Dusendschon .... digital imaging: THDX (uncredited)
Erick Schiele .... digital compositor (uncredited)
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Amy Bojanowski .... camera loader
Matthew Cozier .... still photographer
Nate Foll .... additional electrician
Anthony Gotta .... gaffer
Bruce Green .... Steadicam operator
Brad Heiner .... key grip
Peter Jensen .... Steadicam operator
Philip Jordan .... electrician (as Phillip Jordan)
Alexandra Kravetz .... second assistant camera
Michael Kvirikadze .... camera loader
Grg Magidow .... first assistant camera: "a" camera (as Greg Magidow)
Andrew Medvitz .... electrician
Dara Norman .... electrician
Sean Peacock .... best boy electric
Stephen Raybourn .... electrician
Joe Torres .... grip
Max Da-Yung Wang .... grip
Rick Young .... best boy grip
John D. Young .... grip (uncredited)
William Rick Young .... best boy grip (uncredited)
 
Animation Department
Olivier D. Benamou .... computer animator (as Olivier Benamou)
 
Casting Department
Alyson Silverberg .... casting associate
Barbara Stordahl .... casting associate (uncredited)
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Shawn Barry .... costume supervisor
Michelle Roth .... key costumer
 
Editorial Department
Susan Han .... apprentice editor
Leah Landrey .... assistant editor
David Lebowitz .... assistant editor
Mato .... color timer
Jessica Thurber .... apprentice editor
 
Music Department
Jeff Rabhan .... music supervisor
Paul Rabjohns .... music editor
Nicole Tocantins .... music supervisor
 
Transportation Department
Jim Meech .... transportation coordinator
Woody Wagner .... transportation captain
 
Other crew
Ron Black .... day security
Marcin Borkowski .... assistant production coordinator
Scott Budnick .... assistant: Susan B. Landau
Carlos Castellanos .... production coordinator
Tanner Crane .... set production assistant
Amy Roos Flemming .... assistant: Don Roos (as Amy Roos)
Tricia Goken .... script supervisor
Angela Kerensky .... assistant: Susan Dietz
Ivan Kraljevic .... office production assistant
Lance W. Lanfear .... additional set production assistant (as Lance Lanfear)
Kojo Lewis .... location manager
Patty Onagan .... unit publicist
Matthew Poage .... web site designer (as Mathew Poage)
Sergio Portella .... office production assistant
Irwin M. Rappaport .... attorney
Dan Riley .... assistant: Irwin M. Rappaport
Steven Saporito .... legal consultant
Chad Sugerman .... set production assistant
Caroline Williams .... assistant: Dan Bucatinsky
 
Thanks
Robert L. Goodman .... special thanks
 

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Rated R for strong sexual content and language
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95 min
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The name of the producer of the movie, Juan A. Mas, is used in the police report that Tom reads to Eli.See more »
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Crew or equipment visible: When Eli and Tom leave the movie theater, the camera is reflected in the ticket counter as they walk behind it.See more »
Quotes:
[last lines]
Tom:And the thing about Rhett Butler...
Eli Wyckoff:Yeah?
Tom:He wasn't very fuzzy. Was he?
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References "Family" (1976)See more »
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25 out of 26 people found the following review useful.
Classic love story, 20 May 2003
Author: keithla43 from Culver City, CA

I thought about doing this review long ago (and actually started it at one point), but, well, you know how it is... but I just happened to catch the first hour when I went home at lunch, so here goes.

All Over the Guy is, ultimately, a classic boy meets boy, boy falls in love with boy, boy loses boy, boy gets boy back. In short, the kind of movie I wished for most of my younger life. It is -- yes, let's just say it and get it over with -- sweet. And that's nothing to be ashamed of.

First, a disclaimer -- I have worked with both Rich Ruccolo and Don Roos (I haven't seen either in years)... but that makes my love of this film all the more amazing. I find it difficult to watch films of actors I have worked with because it's hard to separate the character from the person I know. Rich succeeded in making me forget the actor and concentrate on the character of Tom. Tom is at once vulnerable and supremely sexy; you're not sure whether you want to hug him like a teddy bear or throw him down and get wild with him.

Dan Bucatinsky's Eli is perhaps not the polar opposite of Tom he appears to be. Tom almost physically runs from relationships while Eli backs away apologizing the whole time. They both embody the whole kaleidoscope of feelings that most of us have when we meet someone who interests us -- mostly, of course, fear. Fear of falling in love, or of not falling in love. Fear our feelings won't be returned, or that they will.

Personally, I see an enormous amount of chemistry between Tom and Eli. Look at the scene in the flea market, the interaction of their eyes, the body language... here are two guys who are fighting what they're feeling every step of the way (oh, and by the way, Eli is much more forgiving that I would be about the smoking).

The rest of the cast is superb as well, including some great cameo roles. Most of all, the characters of Brett and Jackie are very funny in a superb role reversal -- instead of the ubiquitous second-banana gay best friends, we have second-banana straight best friends.

The only problem I have with the film is the same problem I have with straight versions of this kind of story. How likely is it that people who appear to have such different interests and such volatile emotions will stay together... not to mention Tom's penchant for alcoholism. But then in "Pretty Woman" I just couldn't shake the feeling that this rich guy wouldn't stay with a prostitute long whether she looked like Julia Roberts or not.

Gay cinema has, thankfully, branched out from the early "Oh my God I'm gay I hate myself I can't let anyone find out" films like "Doing Time On Maple Drive." There is a place for gay cinema in every genre. And this film is in a definite class by itself in its genre.

Enjoy!

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