[16+]Eating OutCaleb is a hunky political-science major with a fondness for aggressive girls while Gwen is an aggressive girl who falls for gay acting boys. However, thanks to Caleb's roommate, Gwen thinks he's gay and sets him up with her roommate, Marc.
Actors of "[16+]Eating Out"
Characters of "[16+]Eating Out"
Directors of "[16+]Eating Out"Q. Allan Brocka
Creators of "[16+]Eating Out"Q. Allan Brocka
Critic Reviews of "[16+]Eating Out"Washington PostJune 10, 2005
A sweet and funny take on the crossed-wire romantic couplings of A Midsummer Night's Dream.Boston GlobeMay 27, 2005
Rarely more than sophomoric.Detroit Free PressApril 29, 2005
It's cute enough but fails to deliver.Hollywood ReporterApril 29, 2005
A less-than-satisfying cinematic meal.Dallas Morning NewsApril 28, 2005
Eating Out is a sometimes-enjoyable trifle. But make no mistake. It's a trifle.L.A. WeeklyApril 14, 2005
While there's zero chemistry between any of them in any combination, there is an awful lot of the excruciatingly shrill Gwen.Filmcritic.comDecember 23, 2005
You almost want a sequel just to see how hot and heavy it gets when all the characters are finally matched up with their appropriate partners.Deseret News, Salt Lake CityJune 10, 2005
It's too formulaic, much too obvious and features some of the most unpleasant characters in recent film history.Salt Lake TribuneJune 10, 2005
Like a Will & Grace episode gone horribly wrong.Austin ChronicleJune 04, 2005
It's just too bad it's not still stuck in a plain brown wrapper.St. Paul Pioneer PressMay 19, 2005
The way these characters are written tells us nothing about them and everything about the guy who wrote and directed this movie, whose name is Q. Allen Brocka and who may be the only person who will actually find it amusing.Seattle Post-IntelligencerMay 12, 2005
... a feature-length sitcom with gay double entendres.
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