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Too Perfect explores the power and depth of the moment before a big change happens...the kind of change that forever marks your heart and soul and gently nudges you straight into adulthood. Too Perfect reveals the spiritual journey that a young boy goes on as he becomes a grown-up Written by Anonymous

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Barely passable flick lacking any cohesive, core storyline
22 November 2013 | by (Evansville, Indiana) – See all my reviews

This is a low budget flick. You can tell from the really bad musical numbers that litter the film...every five minutes sees yet another musical montage with some poorly done rock tune in the background, odd camera angles, bad editing, three shots overlaid atop each other making your head hurt. And the story is even more lackluster. Every attempt at humor falls flat on its face, the acting is usually so-so to quite bad, and the dialogue is stiff and mostly boring. On top of all of that the story itself lacks any cohesion. You get the feeling the writer/director is way out of her league here, and a co-writer would have been a godsend. Too much of the film is comprised of various stories that seem to go nowhere, have little overall purpose, and you constantly meander back and forth with no real solid foundation...it seems if the writer had many stories to tell but had no idea how to tell any of them completely.

The running time of the actual story is a few minutes shy of an hour, making it feel even more after school special-ish than it does from the acting and writing alone. There is clearly an attempt here to toss in every cheesy "issue" facing teens today- bullying, divorce, half siblings, step parents, illness, death, all while trying to wow us with the kids doing crazy techno things like uhh texting.

Barely passable as a feature, not worth the scant run time. A definite pass.


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