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Impact Point (2008)

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








Cast overview, first billed only:
... Holden Gregg
... Kelly Reyes
... Jen Crowe
... Matt Cooper
... Detective Adams
... Detective Sandeval
... Jose (as Ed F. Martin)
... Samantha
De' Leon Howard III ... Cop (as DeLeon Howard)
Dain Blanton ... Male Announcer
... Homeless Man
... Captain
Sarah Stratton ... Female Announcer
... Assistant Director
Scott Weiser ... Bartender


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.



Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

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

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Release Date:

17 July 2008 (Iceland)  »

Also Known As:

Breaking Point  »

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$2,200,000 (estimated)
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Holden Gregg: [scoffs on the notion of the other cops stopping him] They can't see what's in front of them
Detective Adams: But I do!
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Melissa Keller And Her Magical Melons
21 November 2015 | by See all my reviews

I had a favorite poster of Melissa Keller on my wall for years. It's from a Sports Illustrated Swimsuit shoot, and it shows her leaning back in a bikini against a huge stack of ripe melons. And she's got this really sexy grin and a sort of totally relaxed body language that makes it seem casual and sensual and dreamlike all at once.

Well, I don't think this movie captures Melissa Keller's appeal to quite that degree. She plays a nice, down to earth girl who wants to be a volleyball star, but she's stalked by this horrible guy, and then she has to join forces with this really stuck up rival volley ball player who hates her.

The odd thing is, Kayla Ewell, who plays the stuck up Jen Crowe, actually comes off much better than Melissa Keller. She's plainly a more experienced actress. She gives this girl a really forceful, dynamic personality, and a kind of darkly sexual charisma. Her personality is so strong you expect her to kill of her partner's stalker for her and then they win the championship! Instead there's this lame cop who doesn't look a day over 55, and he's sort of wimpy and yet somehow he saves the day at the end. Or something.

Gee, I really miss that old poster of Melissa Keller showing off her melons! As a matter of fact, I wrote a whole romance novel based on that picture and imagining Melissa as an undercover agent on a tropical island. It's called DEMARCO'S CAPTIVE by Carol Storm and you can find it on Amazon and at Blushing Books!

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