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==Music Video==
 
==Music Video==
The music video for the single (directed by Dave Meyers) was shot in New York City in November of 2002 and released on January 6, 2003.
 
 
According to a synopsis provided by Meyers' production company, "'''They keep seeing visions of each other, and you get the feeling that they are still very much in love, yet they don't get back together because they feel that this is the best thing for them. It will have a very happy winter wonderland-type feel, but a sad vibe.''"
 
 
The video was shot right before Thanksgiving, but it didn't premiere on television until after Christmas.
 
 
===Video Synopsis===
 
===Video Synopsis===
The video features Jennifer and LL as former lovers now broken up.
 
 
The two recall the good and bad times while dealing with being alone for the holidays.
 
 
Jennifer shows up to LL's house with a gift. With him not there, she puts the gift under the tree.
 
 
LL later sees the gift under the tree and realizes it was from Lopez. He opens the gift and sees a golden key.
 
 
Upset at the relationship being over, LL throws the key in the fireplace while a tearful Jennifer gets help from her friends with her things.
 
 
===Video Reception===
 
===Video Reception===
While analyzing Jennifer's DVD "[[The Reel Me]]" (which contains her music videos), Jason Shawhan of About.com called it a "''Christmastime breakup theme''" and "''a nice shout-out to 'No Me Ames' in terms of its hyperexaggerated emotions, but the most notable aspect of the audiovisual experience is the Debra Laws's "Very Special" sample which runs counterpoint to the Lopez/LL Cool J interplay.''"
 
 
 
==Critical Response==
 
==Critical Response==
 
Tom Sinclair of Entertainment Weekly praised "LL Cool J's "''high-spirited guest" on "All I Have" while Sal Cinquemani of Slant Magazine wrote that both "''playfully interpolate Debra and Ronnie Laws' Very Special.''"
 
Tom Sinclair of Entertainment Weekly praised "LL Cool J's "''high-spirited guest" on "All I Have" while Sal Cinquemani of Slant Magazine wrote that both "''playfully interpolate Debra and Ronnie Laws' Very Special.''"
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