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All You've Got (2006)

PG-13 | | Drama, Sport | 23 May 2006 (USA)
Three privileged female volleyball players transfer to the barrio high school of rivals when their private campus burns down.

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Lauren McDonald (as Sarah Mason)
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Three privileged female volleyball players transfer to the barrio high school of rivals when their private campus burns down.

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In life, some lines need to be crossed.

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Rated PG-13 for some drug content and language | See all certifications »
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The director, Neema Barnette, was signed on to the film just days before production began. See more »

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In one of the matches, the fourth game is seen as ending when the score hits 15, but best 3 of 5 games are played to 25 points, except for the fifth game that is played to 15. See more »

Quotes

Becca Watley: I just had to hear from the coach because of you.
Gabby Espinoza: Excuse me?
Becca Watley: [easing down the steps] Yeah... you're trash. You're never going to college. Look at your hair
[flings strand of Gabby's hair]
Gabby Espinoza: Don't touch me --
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You know it's an MTV film....
21 May 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

There's a time when movies come along and just blow you out of the water and make you forget you're watching a movie. Unfortunately "All You've Got" isn't that movie. It's the typical teenage MTV movie teenagers, their lives, school, and everything that comes with it. Even though there's some messages behind the film, I wouldn't recommend it to everybody. Singer Ciara's debut on film was less than stellar. She really needs more classes as her lines were flat and I kept thinking 'This is Ciara, not Becca Watley.' But I have to say that I was impressed with Adrienne Bailon (3LW), who has only been acting for a few years, and Faizon Love's (The Parent 'Hood) performances. I have to say Love needs more roles, as he can really act.


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