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All You Can Eat (2013)

At one point Randy Stormberg, host of Food Channel's All You Can Eat, wanted to be a comedian. Now it's 9:30 in the goddamn morning and he's already eaten a bucket of shrimp.

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Randy Stormberg
Donna Stamm ...
Rose the Waitress
Jessica Hughes ...
Jessica the Cook
Jamie Warzel ...
Jamie the Makeup Girl
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John Jared Linder
Logan Mack ...
John Jared Linder, Jr.
Wendy Fincher-Hughes ...
Wendy the Owner
Owen Hughes ...
Owen the Owner's Son
Aimee Jo Childers ...
Aimee the Other Waitress
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Eater (as Jeffrey 'Dutch' Holler)
Hannah Kissack ...
Eater
Matt Schweppe ...
Eater
Kalia Siu ...
Eater
Logan Siu ...
Eater
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Eater
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At one point Randy Stormberg, host of Food Channel's All You Can Eat, wanted to be a comedian. Now it's 9:30 in the goddamn morning and he's already eaten a bucket of shrimp.

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I really, really appreciate this one!
22 April 2014 | by See all my reviews

Randy Stormberg (Matthew Warzel) is the host of a TV show that travels about the US looking to show off the food of various restaurants. However, it's obvious that Randy is a phony--he hates the job, he hates the food and his enthusiasm is all an act. He can't wait to get another job and the film follows him during the last days of his TV series.

Unless you have seen the actual show that "All You Can Eat" is obviously parodying, you probably won't enjoy this short very much. However, I HAVE seen the actual show (and if I mention it, I think IMDb will not be happy) and tried a couple 'dives' they recommended--and they were TERRIBLE! So, for me, seeing "All You Can Eat" was a real treat, as you get to see just how phony some food shows and food show hosts can be! Not a particularly deep or sensational short film--but one I really, really appreciate.


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