Aimlessly cruising through his first post-Stanford University summer, 22 year old David Braddock finds himself in China where he meets Mei, an ambitious young girl who urges him to find his life's direction.
Sun Fei Fei,
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[after separating the girls from their fight]
What is this, gangster volleyball?
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Yeah, they needed to hire actual volleyball players, because the volleyball was absolutely pathetic. Terrible hitting form, terrible passing form...the only thing they did right was the warm ups before the games, but even that was so so.... They could have at least undimmed the lights to make it feel like they were in a gym. No volleyball player in their right mind would want to play in such dim light. I hate it when people ruin sports in movies by either not hiring people who actually play the sport or going with stereotype...sad....The acting needed some work too, although Adrienne Bailon did a good job, Ciara did not do so well... She should stick to singing. The story was so typically mtv it was sickening...
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