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The Perfect Man (17-Jun-2005)

Director: Mark Rosman

Writers: Michael McQuown; Heather Robinson; Katherine Torpey; Gina Wendkos

Keywords: Romantic Comedy

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NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Dennis DeYoung
Singer/Songwriter
18-Feb-1947   Former lead singer, Styx
Hilary Duff
Actor
28-Sep-1987   Manufactured pop star
Ben Feldman
Actor
27-May-1980   Fred on Drop Dead Diva
Carson Kressley
TV Personality
11-Nov-1969   Fashion Queer Eye guy
Vanessa Lengies
Actor
21-Jul-1985   Roxanne Bojarski on American Dreams
Heather Locklear
Actor
25-Sep-1961   Amanda Woodward on Melrose Place
Chris Noth
Actor
13-Nov-1954   Mr. Big on Sex and the City
Mike O'Malley
Actor
31-Oct-1969   Jimmy Hughes on Yes, Dear
Caroline Rhea
Actor
13-Apr-1964   Hilda Spellman on Sabrina
Kym Whitley
Actor
7-Jun-1961   Deliver Us from Eva

REVIEWS

Review by RailroadJames (posted on 20-Jun-2005)

Actually I'm being kind at 1/2 a star. This ludicrous bubblegum farce left me wondering who would consider making this pic after reading the loser script. Then there's the believability of Heather being a wallflower that keeps getting dropped like a bad habit. I really felt robbed. At least at home I could change the channel or pop a different DVD in. Once again I see Hollywood running on empty. I know of 2 or 3 movie materials that could, at the least, entertain the moviegoer. Too bad and too sad. And Hollywood can't figure why attendance is in the toilet. Yeah! And what's with all these remakes of T.V. sitcoms? I guess I'll wait for Ron Howard or Spielburg's next pic and hope for the best.


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