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The Perfect You (2002)

A waiter/writer living with his dad and a neat freak who's just landed a job as a reporter in New York, meet by colliding on the Brooklyn Bridge, and romance ensues.

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Cast

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Jimmy
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Larry
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Eddie
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Dee (as Drea DeMatteo)
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Leo
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Chad
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Dr. Levy
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Bartender
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Restaurant Manager
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Dana
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Jamey
Dan Jenkins ...
Keith
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Kate
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Phil
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A waiter/writer living with his dad and a neat freak who's just landed a job as a reporter in New York, meet by colliding on the Brooklyn Bridge, and romance ensues.

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Comedy | Romance

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Rated R for strong sexual content, language and some drug material
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1 March 2002 (USA)  »

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Crazy Little Thing  »

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1.78 : 1
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Goofs

Jimmy describes Kara as a blonde, but in the following flashback scene the girl playing the part is clearly a brunette. See more »

Quotes

Whitney: Oh no, are you okay? Oh my God!
Jimmy: What happened?
Whitney: I hit you with my car.
Jimmy: On purpose?
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Soundtracks

Chanson d'automne
Written by Gerlina Grimes, Joe Knoll & Chris Matthewson
Performed by weaklazyliar
By Arrangement with Music For The Masses
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fate will have it's say
13 August 2004 | by (Lancs., England) – See all my reviews

An enjoyable underrated film about how fate can often influence people's lives, especially when they are least expecting it. Particularly amusing was the love/hate relationship between the two leads. The highlight being the restaurant scene.

Surprisingly good was Jenny McCarthy in the lead female role, I say surprisingly because I later learned that she used to model for playboy magazine. She seems to be criminally underused in the film business and deserves to be given more good parts in the future.

In summary, a really good, little romantic comedy.


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