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Impact Point (2008)

Pro Beach Volleyball star, Kelly Reyes, faces challenges everyday, fierce competitors, the press, but nothing could prepare her for him.

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Kelly Reyes
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Jen Crowe
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Matt Cooper
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Ed Francis Martin ...
Jose (as Ed F. Martin)
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After Kelly Reyes and her teammate lose a close semi-final match in the Association of Volleyball Professionals' championship, a print journalist, Holden Gregg, wants to interview her. He says that losers' comments are more interesting than winners'. The interview leads to dinner and a night together. News comes that one of the women on the team that defeated Kelly has died in a hit-and-run accident. Kelly takes her place on the team that will play in the championship in two weeks, the police investigation into the hit-and-run discloses that Kelly may be in grave danger, and Holden may not be what he says. A murderer is out there waiting for the championship game. Written by <jhailey@hotmail.com>

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Ultimate fan. Killer obsession.

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Rated R for violence, language, some sexuality and nudity | See all certifications »

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17 July 2008 (Iceland)  »

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Breaking Point  »

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$2,200,000 (estimated)
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Holden Gregg: You know what would've been really nice? A thank you... A FUCKING THANK YOU! Diana Wilkes was in your way and I took care of it for you, we could've gone all the way... we could've gone all the way to the Olympics... and don't FOR A FUCKING SECOND ACT LIKE YOU DIDN'T LIKE IT... because you did! How fast did you jump on me during interview Huh? How fast did you forget about Diana? FUCKING FAST! All you cared about was being famous, well you know what your gonna be more famous than you ever ...
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Everybody In Da House
Composed by Eric Klein & Christian Salyer
Published by Hatton Road Music
Courtesy of Selectracks
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Not So Bad
25 June 2008 | by See all my reviews

This wasn't a bad thing to watch on a boring night with nothing to do, i didn't expect much from this film till i finally watched it and surprisingly it was pretty good it had me on the edge of my seat at times the acting was alright but it felt like TV episode acting, i thought Kayla Ewell's performance was great as always in movies like Senior Skip Day and some Entourage episodes iv seen her in the past as for Melissa Keller's performance was also pretty good for a actor i never really seen before or heard about she definitely brought something to the table overall i enjoyed the film and you probably will too..if you can find it ;)


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