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All Over the Guy

Rating:R (for strong sexual content and language)
Genre:Drama
Release Date:August 10, 2001
Running time:96 minutes
Cast:Dan Bucatinsky, Adam Goldberg, Richard Ruccolo, Sasha Alexander, Tony Abatemarco
Director:Julie Davis
Producer:Dan Bucatinsky, Susan Dietz, Donnie Land, Juan A. Mas
Writer:Dan Bucatinsky
Distributor:Lions Gate Films

Description: Eli and Tom are two twenty-somethings thrown together by their respective best friends, Jackie and Brett, in an attempt to ignite their own romance. While Jackie and Brett are falling in love, Eli and Tom are stumbling away from it. Ignoring Jackie's advice to stick with Eli, Tom finds himself in a cloud of loneliness, secrets and self-hate. Eli, on the other hand, turns for advice to his straight-talking sister Rayna. While both men agree that they couldn't be more opposite, they both feel the need to confide in someone: for Eli, that person is the receptionist at an STD clinic, while for Tom it is a man he meets at an AA meeting. After simultaneous wedding-day pep talks from Jackie and Brett, Eli and Tom begin to overcome their dysfunctional lives and listen to their hearts.

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