The Perfect Man (2005) Full Movie

The Perfect Man
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The Perfect Man (2005) : Holly is tired of moving every time her mom Jean breaks up with yet another second-rate guy. To distract her mother from her latest bad choice, Holly conceives the perfect plan for the perfect man, an imaginary secret admirer who will romance Jean and boost her self-esteem.

Title The Perfect Man (2005)
Release Date Jun 17, 2005
Genres , , ,
Production Company Universal Pictures
Production Countries United States of America
Casts Hilary Duff, Heather Locklear, Chris Noth, Mike O'Malley, Ben Feldman, Vanessa Lengies, Caroline Rhea, Kym Whitley, Aria Wallace, Michelle Nolden, Carson Kressley
Plot Keywords mother, adolescence, e-mail, man-woman relation, high school, single, romance, matchmaking, suitor, teen movie, teenager, relationship, single mother, family, secret admirer, online dating, catfishing, perfect man, mother daughter relationship
Holly Hamilton
Holly Hamilton
Hilary Duff
Jean Hamilton
Jean Hamilton
Heather Locklear
Ben Cooper
Ben Cooper
Chris Noth
Lenny Horton
Lenny Horton
Mike O'Malley
Adam Forrest
Adam Forrest
Ben Feldman
Amy Pearl
Amy Pearl
Vanessa Lengies
Gloria
Gloria
Caroline Rhea
Dolores
Dolores
Kym Whitley
Zoe Hamilton
Zoe Hamilton
Aria Wallace
Amber
Amber
Michelle Nolden
Lance
Lance
Carson Kressley
Wedding Usher
Wedding Usher
Curtis Fletcher
Wichita Girl
Wichita Girl
Maggie Castle
Jean's Suitor
Jean's Suitor
James McGowan
Market Co-Worker
Market Co-Worker
Gerry Mendicino
English Teacher
English Teacher
Philip Akin
Dr. Fitch
Dr. Fitch
Jeff Lumby
Principal Campbell
Principal Campbell
Monique Mojica
Construction Worker
Construction Worker
Marvin Kaye
Construction Worker
Construction Worker
Eldridge Hyndman
Construction Worker
Construction Worker
Jung-Yul Kim
Cake Contest MC
Cake Contest MC
Martin Doyle

Reviews

  • r96sk

    A good film... I know, I'm more surprised than anybody! For large periods of 'The Perfect Man' I was questioning myself as to whether I was enjoying it and, evidently, I think I just about did. The acting isn't that great at all, but the humour and, most so, hearty narratives actually hit nicely - which I didn't expect. One of my main worries throughout was how were they going to connect the plot, I liked how they were piecing it together but didn't have faith that they'd stick the landing. Unfortunately, I was probably correct as the conclusion isn't the best. However, there is still a heartwarming story sandwiched inbetween the averageness. As mentioned, the talent onscreen isn't anything to shout about. Hilary Duff (Holly) and Heather Locklear (Jean) are the most noteworthy, as they lead an alright supporting cast. Usually these films are cast over plot, this is actually the other way around. It most certainly scrapes into the rating I'm giving it, but I can't deny the fact that I did connect with the story between Holly and Jean which elevates it upwards.