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Nobody's Perfect (1990)

PG-13 | | Comedy | 2 February 1990 (USA)
Steve is a college freshman who plays tennis for the school. But he falls desperately in love with Shelly, also a tennis player. It's all downhill from there. Steve can't eat, he can't ... See full summary »

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... Stephen / Stephanie
... Shelly
... Andy
... Jackie
... Stanley
... Carla (as Carmen Moré)
Todd Caldecott ... Brad (as Todd Schaefer)
... Professor Lucci
... Coach Harrison
... Marge
Nomi Mitty ... Mrs. Parker
Thomas Myers ... Mr. Parker (as Thomas R. Myers)
Nicholas Frangakis ... Dean Butler
Robert Hewes ... Mysterious Man
Steven Ader ... Tennis Umpire
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Steve is a college freshman who plays tennis for the school. But he falls desperately in love with Shelly, also a tennis player. It's all downhill from there. Steve can't eat, he can't sleep, his grades drop, and he gets kicked off the tennis team. What can he do? Well, his resourceful friend suggest turning Steve into a woman in order to get him close to Shelly who doesn't know he is alive. Written by Steve Richer <sricher@sympatico.ca>

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When Shelly is talking to Stephanie in their dorm room, Shelly knocks the mirror enough to reveal a man holding a camera. This lasts for a few seconds before the mirror is restored to its previous angle. See more »

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References Some Like It Hot (1959) See more »

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Fun and Games
Performed by The Connells
Written by Mike Connell and Doug MacMillan
Courtesy of TVT Records
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Chad Lowe in "Drag", Before Talent Descended Upon Him, I Guess
21 November 2009 | by See all my reviews

I concur with everyone above who said anything that will convince you to not waste even a briefest of moments watching this amazingly amateurish movie. Very poor acting, offhand production values, utterly pedestrian direction, and a script so inept and inane it should never have been written, let alone produced. Even Hollywood "professionals" apparently go to work just for a paycheck, although no one should have been paid for this bad work. Careers should instead have ENDED over this inconsequential drivel.

OTH, there is something fascinating about watching something so jaw-droppingly bad. And Chad Lowe is terrifically and consistently bad.


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