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I was a big fan of the first Eating Out; I thought it was very original and funny. The second one (Sloppy Seconds) was a big disappointment. Well, the third time is a charm. All You Can Eat revives the fresh originality of the first one with pretty much an all new cast and characters and setting. The two main leads are certainly easy on the eyes, which is always helpful, but are surprisingly good. All You Can Eat probably has the biggest budget of the three and definitely the best production quality. Very funny, and very touching at the end. Love all the little hidden gems, like just a sign that reads "Larry Craig LGBT Center", LOL! Give All You Can Eat a shot, you won't be sorry.
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