All Things Fall Apart

Synopsis: A drama centered around a promising football running back during his senior year in college.
Genre: Drama, Sport
Director(s): Mario Van Peebles
Production: Image Entertainment
 
IMDB:
5.5
R
Year:
2011
110 min
Website
155 Views

Three!

Okay, first and ten

and Deon Barnes

on a roll with three touchdowns

and a hundred yards rushing.

He gets... yeah, yeah, hoo...

Hut!

And, go baby!

Get it! Get it!

Get it! Get it!

Good job!

You know you got it!

Yeah, you know you got it!

Oh, that's my boy.

Coach.

Huh.

We're up

by so much.

Do you think we could put

my brother in the game?

Yeah, Sean Barnes,

you're in, come on!

Sean! Your glasses!

Come on!

Come on out, Jimmy.

Good job, buddy.

Let's go, come on.

Coach wants a 34 dive. Sean, you okay?

I'm okay.

Ready?

Right!

Get in there, baby!

Go for it!

Three!

Come on, boys!

Set!

Hut!

Yeah, yeah, yeah!

Come on.

Okay, come on.

Come on, baby boy.

Come on.

Come on.

Yeahhh.

Blue and gold!

Hut!

Oh!

- Can I get a...

- Hold on.

You don't get a drink until

we win or go into overtime.

- I just want a beer.

- Uh-uh! Look.

You come into my bar

on a Saturday afternoon

you'd better order your

drinks before or at half time,

but when the game is on,

nobody interrupts. Okay.

Hey! Bee's bar.

My bad, y'all.

Let's bring it up!

I want it! I want it!

I'm ready.

Hut!

Fourteen! Fourteen!

Who is that?

That's my baby!

There's more action

from the dealer.

When will it

be turned around?

Man, you see I'm watching

the game here, Sean.

When you gonna sell

this old 'vette of yours?

When I feel like giving

you a commission.

Now sit down and watch

your brother play ball.

I can't mess around.

I'm up for promotion.

Hey, you think I can get

a ride back?

Sean, I'm watching

the game. C'mon!

Jeez, man.

Watch this, watch this!

Do it D.

Do it D.

You have to watch this.

Oh, yeah!

Do it D!

Timeout! Blue.

Time out!

Shut the fuck up!

Damn!

...back on

their eleven yard line.

Raise that hand again and they

gonna be calling you Stubby.

Yeah, and don't think

she's playing around.

I've seen that

action before.

Let's go Twizz left,

Stop running

that bullshit.

The line is

too strong.

All right.

Fuck it!

Line, let 'em come through.

We'll hit 'em with base,

Seattle Blue, on one on one.

All right!

Set!

Hut!

C'mon!

Hey! Hey, could I get

that ride?

Right now, Bernie's

gonna buy you a beer.

- Wow!

- Yeah!

Gimme some dap.

Hoo, hoo, hoo, hoo!

One, two, three, D!

Hit the showers.

Good game!

Deon, a word.

I just wanted

a quick word with you.

I'm gonna

make this quick.

I don't want to put you

on the spot.

You did something tonight that

was really wonderful to see.

You showed

tremendous character.

Don't ever forget it.

You won the game for us

without scoring touchdowns.

I want you to know that every

sportscaster in the country,

from ESPN, CBS is gonna be

showing highlights of this game

and they're gonna be showing

you taking people out.

Because of that, I'd like

you to have this game ball.

I want you to take it

to the N FL with you

and put it on your shelf and

then invite me over, so I can...

hang out in your big house,

pretend it's mine.

All right?

Thanks, Coach.

You have a good time, tonight.

Not too good.

Four three.

What's that?

What was your fastest

time off the line tonight?

Because, uh,

I ran a 4-3-40.

I was All State

in three different sports.

Come on, we heard

this before.

Then why didn't you

take it?

You got all these

scouts in the stands

taking down your stats

every night.

Deon, you see the endzone in your sight,

you take it.

Don't throw your opportunity

away, like I did mine.

You got one season

left at this university.

You don't

forget that.

We won the game.

Son, I didn't have

anyone watching my back

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