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All You've Got (2006)

PG-13 | | Drama, Sport | TV Movie 20 May 2006
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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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(as K.A. Hoeffner)
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Gabby Espinoza (as Adrienne Bailon)
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Lauren McDonald (as Sarah Mason)
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Becca Watley (as Ciara Harris)
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Lettie
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Butt Short Salesman
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Rada Kincaid
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Heather Philips
T-Bone ...
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Peggy McDonald
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Sam McDonald
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Javier Espinoza
George Rodriguez ...
Assistant Volleyball Coach
Brendan Kirsch ...
Head Coach
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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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Drama | Sport

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Rated PG-13 for some drug content and language | See all certifications »
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20 May 2006 (USA)  »

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Rumble  »

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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 the last game, Laura serves the ball, but the next play she is in the front row again. This would have required her team to rotate 3 spots and, assuming no additional points were scored other than side outs, each team should have gained 3 points, which they didn't. 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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3 July 2006 | by See all my reviews

Well MTV Movies are usually not good movies, because of the cast that they choose. Adrienne Bailon (3LW) in this movie showed a more dramatic side of her, then I've ever seen. I was shocked and excited that should could put on a performance, she could be a good actress. Now as for Ciara she mentioned that she didn't have acting classes to do this movie, well she should have, because like someone stated there wasn't a character it was "Ciara." If you looked closely you can see that she smiles when trying to be serious. Other than that I like movies that deal with teenage drama, because it's some what true. I would say if your a fan of any one in this movie go get it, other then that don't.


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