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Everything You Want (2005)

A visionary and artistic young woman finds her love torn between her imaginary boyfriend and a real boy from one of her classes.

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Jessica Lindstrom
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Sy
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Calvin Dillwaller
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Mary Louise Morrison
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George Morrison
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Ryan Sanders (as KC Clyde)
James Jamison ...
Professor Allen
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Verna (as Britani Bateman)
James D. Hardy ...
Nick (as James Hardy)
Melinda Haynes ...
Corporate Officer #1 (as Melinda Clarkson-Haynes)
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Corporate Officer #2
Shauna Thompson ...
Bookstore Customer (as Shaunna Thompson)
Jessee Bennett ...
Customer at Counter
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It was at a very young age that Abby found herself experimenting with the gift of art while she practically grew up with her aunt while her parents would travel the world without her. Years later she's living with her friend and co-worker Jessica and has the perfect boyfriend, Sy, who doesn't mind seeing romantic comedies, posing for her artwork, and playing in the snow. But suddenly Abby begins tutoring Jessica's cousin, Quinn, about the world of art and while doing so finds herself torn between what real love is. Can she choose between the perfect boyfriend of her dreams and the fun-loving boy from her humanities class? Written by cestlavie03

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When it comes to love... it's got to be real. See more »

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When Quin is talking with his friend while he's playing that old game the score is 10-5. In the next scene the score is again 9-5. See more »

Quotes

Abby Morrison: Now you listen to me, I am not gonna leave you for him ok?
Sy: You promise?
Abby Morrison: Mm hmm.
Sy: Then prove it.
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References Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope (1977) See more »

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Never Let You Go
Composed by J Bateman, Jeannine Lasky & Jeff Hinton
Performed by Cary Judd
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A little of what I wanted...
18 April 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is one of those usual made-for-TV films where it's difficult to decide whether you should like or hate it. It's cheesy, extremely odd, but unavoidably endearing. There's something attractive about the lack of sexual innuendos around every turn of phrase...something wholesome about going on dates to the ice skating rink and studying (actually studying) together. Of course, there are cheesy lines complimented by cheesy deliveries, but it just wouldn't be a made-for-TV film without them.

Will Friedle's character is extremely funny...they took the absent-minded friend to a new extreme. With lines like "Your face is good" and "Want a tuna sandwich? I made it with ham," it's impossible to stifle a giggle. There were moments in the film that redeemed the cheesy factors, like when Abbi claims there's a fire in the kitchen. One of my favorite scenes involved Sy interacting with Abbi and Quinn...it was cute and clever.

Overall, this is perfect for days when nothing else is on the tube, but I wouldn't sit surfing the TV for hours looking for it. It's cute, endearing, and sweet...but not earth-shattering. Great for girls who don't like to have to worry about sex scenes and language, especially. I'll give it a 6 out of 10, which means that I've decided to like it. :)


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