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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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(as K.A. Hoeffner)
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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 ...
Announcer
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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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23 May 2006 (USA)  »

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Rumble  »

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The prominent female cast members (Ciara, Adrienne Bailon, Sarah Wright, etc.) were all trained by professional volleyball players for a quarter of three weeks. See more »

Goofs

Players are not allowed to wear any kind of jewellery, though players from both sides are shown with earrings. See more »

Quotes

Gabby Espinoza: Man, my feet are killing me.
[looks over to Becca]
Gabby Espinoza: What, you too good to dance with us?
Becca Watley: No, I just dance too good.
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Realistic...Humorous...And just plain good!
1 June 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

When I first viewed this movie I was completely amazed by it. It gave me a sense of realness and I must say it quite funny. Ciara's acting skills I thought were outstanding, seeing as it was her first movie, and she's had no acting training whatsoever. I also think that Adrienne Bailon did a stupendous job on this film. In the scene where her father died in the fire was completely remarkable. Her actions were right on point, and she even let out a tear or few. Not everyone can pull that off, I know I couldn't. The plot was fairly clever, indeed, transferring schools--brilliant! In this film everyone can take some sort of message from, whether good or bad, it's impossible not to take a message from it. It's a story about life, confidence, and friendship and believe me if you haven't seen it then I suggest you do.


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