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The List (2007)

PG-13 | | Comedy, Romance | 5 May 2007 (USA)
Tired of the dating scene, an ad executive compiles a list of his perfect woman's attributes, and then sets out to find her.

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Lewis
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Cecile
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Chet
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Phillip
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Cynthia
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Mail Room Girl
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Auditor
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Will
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Commercial Director
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Karaoke Host
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Ever been dumped? In front of 20,000 people at a stadium, on live television!? LEWIS BOND, a dashing young executive, decides to get serious after this experience and creates a list (litmus test) that the right woman should match, to avoid another humiliation. However, when he thinks he has found her, she turns out to be not as perfect as he thought, leaving the risk averse Lewis to choose between what his head or heart tells him. Written by Anonymous

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The handsomest man alive can't find love.

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Comedy | Romance

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PG-13
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I'm Perfect  »

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Usher Raymond was originally cast as Lewis. See more »

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Sweet Movie!
23 May 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

A great 3rd date DVD to rent or buy! It has it all: romance, humor, a nice twist and surprise ending. On top which it is thought provoking and a story everyone can relate to. What really worked for me is that it does not deal in racial stereotypes. People of any race could have played the lead roles, it's about people addressing life issues and it's a hell of a fun "boy meets girl", "boys loses girl" ride... Wayne Brady started to read the script on the plane, as soon as he landed he called his agent to accept the role. Apparently Sidney Poitier was really rooting for his daughter Sydney to play the co- lead. If that is not a thumbs up, nothing is!


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