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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.


Neema Barnette


Karol Ann Hoeffner (as K.A. Hoeffner)





Cast overview, first billed only:
Adrienne Houghton ... Gabby Espinoza (as Adrienne Bailon)
Sarah Wright ... Lauren McDonald (as Sarah Mason)
Ciara ... Becca Watley (as Ciara Harris)
Jennifer Peña ... Lettie
Taylor Cole ... Kaitlan
Jackée Harry ... Butt Short Salesman
Daniella Alonso ... Rada Kincaid
Laila Ali ... Heather Philips
T-Bone T-Bone ... Announcer
Barbara Niven ... Peggy McDonald
Faizon Love ... Coach Harlan
Doug Savant ... Sam McDonald
Eduardo Yáñez ... Javier Espinoza
George Rodriguez George Rodriguez ... Assistant Volleyball Coach
Brendan Kirsch Brendan Kirsch ... Head Coach


Three privileged female volleyball players transfer to the barrio high school of rivals when their private campus burns down.

Plot Summary | Add Synopsis


In life, some lines need to be crossed.


Drama | Sport

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated PG-13 for some drug content and language | See all certifications »






Release Date:

20 May 2006 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Rumble See more »

Filming Locations:

Los Angeles, California, USA

Company Credits

Production Co:

MTV Films See more »
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Did You Know?


The director, Neema Barnette, was signed on to the film just days before production began. See more »


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 »


Coach Harlan: [after separating the girls from their fight] What is this, gangster volleyball?
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Realistic...Humorous...And just plain good!
1 June 2006 | by SoSincereGirlSee 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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