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I'll Be There with You (2006)

I'll be there with you' explores the complexities of love in both its brightest and darkest corners as an unusual group of characters face tragic consequences.


Akihiro Kitamura




Cast overview, first billed only:
Akihiro Kitamura ... Aki
Adarsha Benjamin Adarsha Benjamin ... Annie
Daniel Baldwin ... Constantine
Michelle Lawrence ... Kirsten
Christopher Estes Christopher Estes ... John
Elisabeth Donaldson ... Jill
Daisuke Yabuchi Daisuke Yabuchi ... Yabu
Chris Mirosevic Chris Mirosevic ... Steven
James Lyons James Lyons ... Jimmy (as Jimmy Lyons)
Dotan Baer ... Wallace
Mickey Breitenstein ... Duey
Lionel Yearwood Lionel Yearwood ... Lionel
Eric Davis ... Eric
Alexander Fazel ... Bartender
Derek Takeuchi Derek Takeuchi ... Guru


Chronicling a spring break retreat to the outskirts of San Diego for a young couple and their both eccentric and troubled group of friends. While their adventure quickly turns to infidelity, these problems are soon eclipsed by far more menacing forces. When Constantine, the man that owns the ranch the group are staying at, are introduced to his darker side which includes a group of roaming schizophrenics. The tragic events that follow serve as a catalyst for the young couple's recognition of true love and acceptance of destiny. Written by Anonymous

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Release Date:

4 February 2006 (USA) See more »

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California, USA See more »


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$700,000 (estimated)
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Worth the Ride
25 January 2015 | by tradeczarSee all my reviews

I have to admit that my expectations were low. The lesser-known movies on Amazon Prime can be notoriously bad. But I have not enjoyed a low budget movie as much as "I'll Be There With You" in a long time. As with many movies made by Japanese and Korean directors, the editing was excellent. The script flowed well was nicely paced. No. I had never heard of any of the actors other than the bloated Daniel Baldwin, who could not have been better type-cast as the lecherous host. I will confess that the first third of the movie, while reasonably entertaining, was leading me to believe that there would be little to keep the viewer interested. But the "turn" toward more a more serious plot line was smooth and the story never looked back from there on. Not to be too critical of those who have trashed this flick, but Kitamura blended in the violence and tragedy with the syrupy romance in a manner similar to many above-average Asian movies. The poorly done violence was simply a reflection of the low budget. Even the title seemed to reflect the director's Japanese roots. IBTWY brought to mind "Domino", but included more plot twists and smoother transitions. It deserves at least a "B".

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