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Picture Perfect (1995)

To win a soda pop competition, a group of unlikely people attempt to create the embodiment of the perfect family.




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Cast overview, first billed only:
Nada Despotovich ...
Barbara Gordon ...
Grandma Matilda
Cecilley Carroll ...
Von Flores ...
John Lefebvre ...
Agent Sloan
Agent Malone
Michelyn Emelle ...
Agent Ella
Amanda Holt
Bill Copeland ...
Harvey Blanford


Two teenagers (with single parents) join their families together in order to win the grand prize in a soda company competition by pretending to be the perfect family. The only problem is the CEO of the company must live with them for one week. Written by Raymond Au <ax290@torfree.net>

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Release Date:

14 October 1995 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Die perfekte Familie  »

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1.33 : 1
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Yay Picture Perfect
28 May 2005 | by See all my reviews

The movie Picture Pefect has been a movie that my family and I have embraced for years. As younger children, my mother introduced this movie to us to give us something to do. My sister, cousins, and I have become mildly obsessed with this movie's context. We know majority of the lines and can recite scenes in a heartbeat including movements and facial expressions. Although some lines may be cheesy, the movie has a very good plot and is hilariously funny. It will put a smile on any face! I recommend this movie and I hope that you and your family can enjoy the movies' charm in the same way that ours has. I promise you that your family will never forget this enchanting movie.

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