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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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Calvin Dillwaller
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Mary Louise Morrison
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George Morrison
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Ryan Sanders (as KC Clyde)
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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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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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Nothing is more real than love. 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 »

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[in an art gallery]
Quinn Andrews: It looks like spaghetti.
Abby Morrison: Well maybe to you, but I happen to see something else.
Quinn Andrews: Fettucini, I got it.
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References The Dating Game (1965) See more »

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If I Could Fly
Composed by Charity Chapman
Performed by Charity Chapman
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Light fare for the lonely set
23 April 2005 | by (Allentown, PA) – See all my reviews

Saw this movie this afternoon and liked it, mostly because I don't have a girlfriend or very much social life and this lets me vicariously live a simple dating life. No sex, not much real conflict, just two people who like each other slowly falling in love. Yes, there is a whole story line about another guy Abby(the main character) must deal with, a story line that I must say was unexpected and a bit on the strange side. I wouldn't have minded if that part of the movie was left out completely, because all I was looking for on a Saturday afternoon was a quiet movie without much real depth. I also didn't really care for the stoner best friend, although his humor was rather harmless.

What really kept me glued to the set was the character of Abby(played by Shiri Appleby). If I could design my dream girl, complete with looks and personality, it would be this girl down to a t. She is extremely beautiful and in the movie is shy, sweet, and loves art. I wish a girl like that actually existed in the real world, but I doubt I will find anything close. Anyway watching her on screen was bliss and I would watch Shiri in any movie all day long. I didn't really like her love interest(Nick Zano). He does the traditional guy transformation in romantic comedies. He starts out very stupid and uncaring, but changes to an intelligent, sensitive guy in the end. Oh the fantasy. I guess though Abby has such a powerful effect on him he must change.

In the end this movie was a nice fluff movie to watch when your lonely and need to go into other peoples lives when you don't have one. I would recommend it to people who need that fix.


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