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All I Want
     

All I Want

5.0 3
Director: Jeffrey Porter

Cast: Elijah Wood, Franka Potente, Mandy Moore

 
The romantic comedy Try Seventeen is a coming-of-age tale directed by Jeffrey Porter. Jones Dillon (Elijah Wood) is a young writer who is living on his own for the first time. Jones continually writes letters to the father he has never met, while his mother Blanche (Elizabeth Perkins) resides in Texas. Enrolled in college, he quickly abandons the stifling

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The romantic comedy Try Seventeen is a coming-of-age tale directed by Jeffrey Porter. Jones Dillon (Elijah Wood) is a young writer who is living on his own for the first time. Jones continually writes letters to the father he has never met, while his mother Blanche (Elizabeth Perkins) resides in Texas. Enrolled in college, he quickly abandons the stifling dormitory setting and eventually his classes as well. He finds an apartment in an old building in the city and befriends his neighbors. The place is filled with colorful artists and other nonconformist types. Jones gets romantically involved with struggling actress Lisa (Mandy Moore) and photographer Jane (Franka Potente). He buys furniture from Ma Mabley (Debbie Harry) and proceeds to try and lose his virginity while searching for his absent father.

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The romantic comedy All I Want (aka, Try Seventeen) is a coming-of-age tale directed by Jeffrey Porter. Jones Dillon (Elijah Wood) is a young writer who is living on his own for the first time. Jones continually writes letters to the father he has never met, while his mother Blanche (Elizabeth Perkins) resides in Texas. Enrolled in college, he quickly abandons the stifling dormitory setting and eventually his classes as well. He finds an apartment in an old building in the city and befriends his neighbors. The place is filled with colorful artists and other nonconformist types. Jones gets romantically involved with struggling actress Lisa (Mandy Moore) and photographer Jane (Franka Potente). He buys furniture from Ma Mabley (Debbie Harry) and proceeds to try and lose his virginity while searching for his absent father. Andrea LeVasseur

Product Details

Release Date:
09/16/2003
UPC:
0043396016477
Original Release:
2002
Rating:
R
Source:
Sony Pictures
Region Code:
1
Presentation:
[Wide Screen]
Sound:
[Dolby Digital Stereo, Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround]
Time:
1:33:00

Special Features

[None specified]

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Elijah Wood Jones Dillon
Franka Potente Jane
Mandy Moore Lisa
Chris William Martin Actor
Deborah Harry Actor
Elizabeth Perkins Actor
Aaron Pearl Brad
Andrew Jackson Guy Mabley
Aloma Wright Actor

Technical Credits
Jeffrey Porter Director
Boaz Davidson Executive Producer
Mike Elliott Producer
Randell Emmett Producer
Randall Emmett Producer
Blake T. Evans Cinematographer
George Furla Producer
Joseph P. Genier Co-producer
Andrew Gross Score Composer
Brad Jenkel Executive Producer
Charles Kephart Screenwriter
Avi Lerner Executive Producer
Katrina McKarthy Costumes/Costume Designer
Rachel O'Toole Production Designer
David Richardson Editor
Trevor Short Executive Producer
William Skinner Sound/Sound Designer
John Thompson Executive Producer
Michele Weisler Producer
Holly Wiersma Producer
Shawn Williamson Co-producer

Scene Index

Side #1 --
1. Start [:12]
2. Jones Dillion [2:28]
3. $12,000 Lease, Paid in Full [1:57]
4. Dear Dad... [2:10]
5. Ma Mabley [1:47]
6. The Girl Next Door [3:18]
7. Lisa [2:05]
8. Blanche [1:11]
9. Customer Service [3:53]
10. Address Unknown [3:00]
11. A Word of Warning [3:13]
12. Lisa Begins to Pour [4:36]
13. Brad, Keeper of Stories [3:44]
14. Love's Last Grasp [4:32]
15. Seventeen & Never Been Kissed [1:03]
16. A Ride to the Record Store [5:08]
17. A Day at the Races [5:11]
18. Virgin Tales [3:04]
19. The Deer's Fault [4:06]
20. Bored [1:19]
21. Steve [2:19]
22. Letters for Jane [2:47]
23. A Surprise Visit [2:20]
24. The Truth About Daddy [7:30]
25. Too Much Alike [1:12]
26. "This Is Not Happening" [1:38]
27. Tomorrow Is Today [3:06]
28. All I Want [8:12]

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All I Want 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Elijah Wood stars as 17 year old Jones Dillon, an aspiring writer who dithces college and rents a room in an appartment, where the quirky tenants teach him more than any class room ever did. Between longing for his mother's love and his father's address, Jones fantisizes about no longer being a virgin. First he buys a bed from the oversexed Ma Mabley, who offers to help him break it in, and before long, he becomes romanticly envolved with struggling actress, Lisa, but it's the enigmatic Jane, a photographer, and a few years older than he, who really get's his pulse racing.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Absolutely, completely great! Anyone who is a fan of Elijah Wood will enjoy this movie--he is cute, funny, and acting superbly. It is one of the few new movies I have seen lately that I just didn't want to end!
Guest More than 1 year ago
Elijah Wood proves what a good actor he is by taking on a role that is far removed from LOTR. I don't know why this movie was not released.