Eating Out: Drama Camp
With raging boy hormones and the laugh quotient turned on full, Chris Salvatore and Daniel Skelton return, along with Rebekah Kochan and cult icon Mink Stole in the fourth installment of Q. Allan Brocka's hilarious and over-the-top sexual antic-laden Eating Out series!
- Stars:Chris Salvatore, Daniel Skelton, Aaron Milo, Lilach Mendelovich, Harmony Santana, Garikayi Mutambirwa, Drew Droege, Michael Serrato, Joel Rush, Marikah Cunningham, Ronnie Kroell, Steven Daigle, Rob Westin, Jesse Archer, Mink Stole,
- Director:Q. Allan Brocka,
- Writer:Phillip J. Bartell, Q. Allan Brocka
Temptations at a drama camp threaten a gay relationship that may already be cooling. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Eating Out: Drama Camp torrent reviews
(fr) wrote: Never expected much from this film. The only reason why I gave another a star is for the end when the greedy lawyer friend lost his arms and legs and when Swanson kills her husband. Otherwise a bad film all the way. At the very end of the film when Swanson shows she's pregnant, who's is the father, the film is so bad that I didn't focus on the story from the beginning and middle.
(ca) wrote: Great movie about a boy and a son!
(it) wrote: What a pleasant surprise! 28 Days Later was so entertaining and drew me into a deeply emotional and realistic world. The characters were each well developed and realistic; the story was hauntingly profound; and the cinematography was aesthetically pleasing and intellectually stimulating.
(kr) wrote: Just to watch only,some not so good story but watch the actor only...But kind of not understand why the main actor take this kind of cheap cost movie.
(kr) wrote: this my movie to the end
(us) wrote: I saw clips of the movie looks excellent reminds me of some of the places we went to in Asia when I was in the service,
(es) wrote: Superb movie!! The best from RGV to hit the screens yet!
(au) wrote: Kevin Spacey is obviously an amazing acting talent, but this film proves that he's almost as good a director. This film was satisfying from beginning to end, and it just got more interesting as it went along. The story is fairly simple, but it was powerfully performed by a hugely talented cast. Dillon, Sinise, and Dunaway all give stand-out performances, but really, the whole cast is top-notch. Mantegna wasn't given as much material to work with, but he still had the only truly funny scene in a generally serious movie, and yet the humor didn't seem out of place.
(ca) wrote: A childhood fav. Um... strangely heart warming? lol. Very cute for a funny flick. Luv JM &AM always.
(jp) wrote: its suspensful in a way but u if u watch other disaster movies u already know whats about to happen and the CGI is pretty bad sometimes
(de) wrote: Sean Bean buried, still good film with twists and turns. A new spin and story. Adapted from Andrew Klavan's bestselling suspense novel, Don't Say a Word is a suitable companion to director Gary Fleder's earlier hit Kiss the Girls, with solid performances.
(au) wrote: I don't really like films from the '70s, but I love this one because it tortured me as a kid, lol. Fun!
(de) wrote: Actually a pretty good movie. The 007 movie for kids