If you are a fan of the Eating Out movies, I expect this one will not disappoint much. It has all the usual, in that it is full of beautiful men with a seemingly endless desire for casual encounters. Except for Zach (Chris Salvatore) that is, for he seems to have moved on from the frivolity of casual sexcapades, and wants rather to settle down. his boyfriend however, being young, desirable and full of fervor, feels that to settle down would be to deny himself the opportunities of youth. Indeed the debate between these two ideals is an interesting one, and depending on where you are in your life, you may find yourself believing in one position over an above the other.
The humor is far from intellectual, rather relying on the crass frivolity of the last movie, which had its place and somehow works. The characterizations are much like the many friends and colleagues you have come to know in your life, and as such the convoluted shenanigans are more than believable. Especially when looking at the characters of Benji and Peter, who are at their prime, savoring every morsel of flesh, desire and sexual fantasy. They are after all young, beautiful and desirable. Can one blame them for utilizing that desire to fulfill there own personal fantasies and sexual desires? Or should they rather settle for what has been given to them?
Tiffani (Rebekah Kochan) once again, and although her scene is brief she excels. Whilst not as well written as the first two installments, this is not a bad attempt at continuing the story many have come to appreciate.
Don't expect anything more than you have come to know of the Eating Out franchise, although you may be left feeling a little underdone.