All Over the Guy Movie Review 2001

Information and Film Reviews for All Over the Guy the Movie

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Writer/director Roos served as executive producer on this film, which re-unites some of the personnel from his hit "The Opposite of Sex." Unfortunately, the quality of that film isn't reproduced here. Eli (writer Bucatinsky adapted from his play) and Tom (Ruccolo) are two gay men who are set up on a blind date by Brett (Goldberg) and Jackie (Alexander). They don't really get along, but they find themselves very attracted to one another. The film then explores the ups and downs of their courtship, as each tries to deal with the baggage from the past which keeps them from succeeding in the present. The problem is it's incredibly unoriginal. There doesn't seem to be any real chemistry between the couple, so whether or not they stay together may become a moot point to some viewers. Some of the performances are good (Goldberg has some good lines), but Ruccolo looks very uncomfortable at times.

Distribution

Studio Home Entertainment, 11846 Ventura Blvd., 3rd Fl., Studio City, CA 91604, Phone: (818)762-0005, Fax: (818)762-0006, Email: SterlingHE@aol.com, URL: http://www.studiohomeentertainment.com

Available on VHS, DVD
Running time 95 minutes.

Cast and Crew

Genres
Romantic Comedy, Gays, Adapted from a Play, L.A., Romantic Comedy, Flashback
Screenplay
Dan Bucatinsky
Cast
Dan Bucatinsky, Richard Ruccolo, Adam Goldberg, Sasha Alexander, Doris Roberts, Andrea Martin, Tony Abatemarco, Joanna Kerns, Nicolas Surovy, Christina Ricci, Lisa Kudrow
Cinematography
Goran Pavicevic
Director
Julie Davis
Music
Peter Stuart, Andrew Williams
Other
Glenn Garland
Producer
Lions Gate Films

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