Eating Out 2: Sloppy Seconds
After Marc dumps him, Kyle unites with Gwen and Tiffani to land sexually confused art model Troy by pretending to be straight. However, Marc wants Troy, too, and members from a notorious "ex-gay" group are slipping for the both of them.
- Stars:Jim Verraros, Emily Brooke Hands, Rebekah Kochan, Brett Chukerman, Scott Vickaryous, Mink Stole, Marco Dapper, Adrian Quinonez, James Michael Bobby, Joseph Morales, Michael Serrato, Sarah Lilly, Andrew Ley, Nicholas James, Todd Mitchell,
- Director:Phillip J. Bartell,
- Writer:Phillip J. Bartell, Q. Allan Brocka
After Marc dumps him, Kyle unites with Gwen and Tiffani to land sexually confused art model Troy by pretending to be straight. However, Marc wants Troy, too, and members from a notorious "ex-gay" group are slipping for the both of them. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Eating Out 2: Sloppy Seconds torrent reviews
(it) wrote: Don't take yourself or this movie too seriously! Over-the-top on purpose but a fun ride from beginning to end
(kr) wrote: Reminiscent of Suicide Kings, this movie looks like it should be lame, but is actually quite suspenseful. And Taylor Dayne plays a stripper.
(nl) wrote: Better to do something than nothing right? Or so Redford wants you to feel after watching this blatant propaganda. Well, if doing something means you end up dead for no good reason at all, then I'd rather sit on my ass and do nothing. The ending is albeit realistic of situations soldiers in combat face, but hardly did anything to further the film except to show that American policy is fucked up and so far no one is doing anything about it. The performances were good, Tom Cruise played a bit of a wanker so it didn't really seem like he was acting much. I like political movies but not movies that don't let the audience think for themselves and instead preaches for an hour and a half. In that respect I was extremely happy that this film was short and didn't outstay its welcome. Too damn preachy! It got one thing right, America is in deep shit.
(kr) wrote: This was actually a decent little revenge flick. Quite different from the usual Van Damme movies, if only because he plays essentially a mobster-type who uses guns more than spinning kicks. They also tried to get a little arty with the cutting, jump cuts, and time-lapse photography. That said, you could do worse... like most DTV Seagal movies...
(fr) wrote: I have a soft spot for this film. I loved it when it originally came out and I haven't stopped enjoying this movie, even though it is not well liked. The CGI is terrible, but I do enjoy the story of this, how the foes they have vanquished come back to life and wreaks havoc in Coolsville. The acting was done much better in this sequel than the original live action, Matthew Lillard was fabulous as Shaggy as always, Freddie Prinze Jr and Sarah Michelle Gellar's chemistry was shown so much better in this film than the last and they had some scenes that really showed in depth emotion about the characters they were portraying which was sweet in a family movie type way. I also did like who the villain turned out to be, it wasn't completely random like the original, it did have a bit of basis to it and the plot made a bit more sense.
(ag) wrote: So apparently the lack of subtitles was unintentional? Didn't actually feel like I was missing anything.
(br) wrote: A Cary Grant comedy that has aged badly. Grant aside there is little else to enjoy, with Ann Sheridan being particlarly annoying - but hey love is blind, especially in the movies!
(nl) wrote: This romantic fantasy is powered by the performance of Friedrich March.
(es) wrote: One of the first cop movies to mix the whole concept of action and adventure with comedy, it more or less help shape and define how cop movies would be remembered and portrayed for years, possibly even to this day. The original owes its success to the strong presence and acting of its two main leads, Mel Gibson and Danny Glover. Without these men I doubt the franchise would have gotten very far, at least not three sequels and a TV show reboot far. And while it is not the strongest of the series, that would be the second one, it still feels like a must watch for people wanting to get into the business of making action movies.
(gb) wrote: Great theatrical joy ride!!!
(mx) wrote: The Big Fucking Giant?