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All About You (2001)

Two people run from the pain of their broken past. When they discover each other, they find themselves at a crossroad where the only thing that stands between them and a second chance is each other.

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1 win & 2 nominations. See more awards »
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Nicole (as Renee Goldsberry)
Terron Brooks ...
Brian Tate
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Ruth
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Lisa (as LisaRaye)
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Toomie
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Donna
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Greg
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Owen
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Walter
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Tim
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Robbie Tate
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Mrs. Tate
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Toomie's singer
Booker T. Mattison ...
Tim's buddy
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Two people run from the pain of their broken past. When they discover each other, they find themselves at a crossroad where the only thing that stands between them and a second chance is each other.

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Comedy | Drama | Romance

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Rated PG for some language and mild sensuality
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4 August 2001 (USA)  »

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Love the Way  »

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Connections

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Voicemail Blues
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Great love story and love songs
13 September 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is a well-produced film, with beautiful cast, story and music. Sensual, emotive and clean-cut, the relationship between lead actor and actress really gave me goosebumps. Though the story is typical, the music makes the movies unique. It's quiet, without violence. It's smooth without vulgarity. It shows how most people of color really live without using the stereotypes common to films about African Americans. The usual silliness is absent in this film. The story of boy meets girl unfolds with a very happy, soothing ending.

The supporting cast are fresh, funny and entertaining. We need more and more movies like All About You.

Thanks to the producers for having the courage to make this beautiful love story. Keep up the good work. We need more love in the world of film.


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