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All That I Need (2005)

A group of people starts a money pyramid scheme. As they start to make major money, jealousy and greed enter the picture. Their friendships are tested when they start to turn on each other.

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Ross Shephard
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Amber
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Annie Stevens
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A group of people starts a money pyramid scheme. As they start to make major money, jealousy and greed enter the picture. Their friendships are tested when they start to turn on each other.

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Comedy | Drama

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Rated R for language and some sexual content
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2 December 2005 (USA)  »

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$40,000 (estimated)
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After being beaten up by Hank "the Tank", Hergott was sore for several days afterwards. His reactions were real during the beat up scene. See more »

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Judge Cole Stevens: [during presentation] I just want you to know that I am a judge, and this is totally legal.
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Several of the characters used aliases during filming. Those aliases are included in the credits. See more »

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References L.A. Story (1991) See more »

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All That I Need
Written and Performed by Amber Ojeda
Produced by Beatsmith
ASCAP Copyright 2004
Published by Holleran Publishing and A Penny For Your Soul Publishing
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You have to see this Movie!
4 December 2005 | by See all my reviews

It was a little dark when I saw it, but I hear that's because the first run was digitally broadcast. If it was shown on HD or film it would have been brighter. But its the story that got me. It was a little slow at first, but then interesting and exciting, until the last minute. I think everyone knows somebody who has been duped by a pyramid or get rich quick scheme. The characters are intriguing and seemed to be so real. Everyone I was with was wondering if it was real. But if it was real, how could they have captured the love scene and the one at the gym? These are questions that make you think maybe it wasn't real. All That I Need gets an "A" from me.


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