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All I've Got and Then Some

USA 2024
produced by
Rasheed Stephens, Tehben Dean, Obiamaka Onwuta, Armie Hicks jr (executive), Tyree Jamar (executive), Charles Constant (executive), Rachel Novosad (executive)
directed by Rasheed Stephens, Tehben Dean
starring Rasheed Stephens, Avise Parsons, Naiya Armour, Armie Hicks jr, Charles Constant, Glen Davis, Boo Kapone, Danielle Marr Collins, Elisabeth Steen-Nokleberg, Alison Sieke, Justin Dobies, Danny Boushebel, Jeremy Scippio, Geena Marie, Raquel Davies, Daniel Holland, Mary Reynard, Armen Jesralyan, Marlo Su, Amaka Kai'ro, Johnny Caicedo, Emily Maverick Shankman, Rachel Rose Moran, Obiamaka Onwuta, Tyree Jamar, Shereen Khatiblo, Jordan Rennert, Kenzo Jett, Adam Kazarian, Natalie Lanza, Zoe Nguyen, Terry Brown, Porsche N Carmon, Larry Gurley, Natalie Westerholt, Jason DaSilva, Antoine Giddings jr, Jimmy Stephens, Brittney Brookshire, Alec Feinstone, Sean Buckingham jr, Michelle Sharples, Oisin Powell, Charles Walker, Rachel Novosad, Adrian Watson, Bozhena Pokorny, Danielle Collins, Mack Maserati, Eugene Stephens, Christopher Smith, Tony Sasso, Nathan Alongi, Keonte Terrell, Scott Kidd
written by Rasheed Stephens, Tehben Dean, songs by Naiya Armour, Patrick Beaulieu-Hardin, St. Oshun, Versie Jean, Lil Hor

review by
Mike Haberfelner

Five years ago, comedian Rasheed (Rasheed Stephens) has moved from Atlanta to Los Angeles, and to this day he's still waiting for his big break - while living in his car and making money as a ride share driver. Today though might be the best day of his life - but he says that about every day, just to keep himself going. But tonight he's actually having his first paid gig since his move to the West Coast, and he's determined not to blow it, plus he has his first date with a girl he likes, Doll (Naiya Armour), who he'll find out lives in her car just like him because she has never given up her hope to become a musician. But until he gets to his gig and his date, he still has plenty on his agenda, from helping out his best friend Rose (Avise Parsons) who just happens to be a prostitute, to a meeting with his agent (Charles Constant) who's also working at a fashion store, to an audition in hell, to a spontaneous gig at a party full of drunk youngsters, to not one but two awful open mic events. And through all of this he still tries to stay focused ...


A somewhat autobiographical and very touching film about a man who just refuses to give up his dream, even if everything in the world seems to be stacked against him - and it works, because for one Rasheed Stephens in the lead comes across as very authentic, and also the choice to not make him a naturally funny character, as odd as it seems on paper, really comes across as genuine. And that said, many of the situations he's put in are pretty hilarious, while others are pure drama for sure - but somehow this clicks and makes for a fully rounded out picture, and also for pretty cool entertainment for sure.


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