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Perfect Profile (1989)

Brad Johnson is a successful young manager who owns a millions dollar heavy company. He believes the key to his success was trusting in the forecasts of his computers. So he wants to use ... See full summary »


Jim C. Harris


Mike O'Dell (screenplay)

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Nancy Lieberman Nancy Lieberman ... Terry Williams
Tom Campitelli ... Brad Johnson
Mike O'Dell Mike O'Dell ... Doc Alvins
Ray LePere Ray LePere ... Coach Bexler
Rudy Amling Rudy Amling ... Chip Davis
Rocky Patterson Rocky Patterson ... Henry Kirby
Robb Skyler ... Bernie Kagel
Bruce Anderson Bruce Anderson ... Vern Grant
Jeff Tokar Jeff Tokar ... Alan Schafer
Michael Fechner Sr. Michael Fechner Sr. ... Assistant Coach
Debi Stone Debi Stone ... Chip Davis's Wife
Nancy Buechler Nancy Buechler ... Mary
Keary McDermott Keary McDermott ... Son's Friend
Patty Allen Patty Allen ... Suger
Kent Goldsmith Kent Goldsmith ... Commissioner


Brad Johnson is a successful young manager who owns a millions dollar heavy company. He believes the key to his success was trusting in the forecasts of his computers. So he wants to use the same method to improve his basketball team. He computes the perfect profile and after a long search finally finds Teri Williams. However there's a problem: she's a woman! Will she be the first professional female in NBA? Written by Tom Zoerner <Tom.Zoerner@informatik.uni-erlangen.de>

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Release Date:

30 January 1991 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Eine Frau mit Erfolg See more »

Filming Locations:

Dallas, Texas, USA

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Delphi, the computer, is credited with playing herself. See more »


Something's In The Air
Written by Greg Krochta
Performed by Greg Krochta
Sung by Greg Krochta and John Cook (as John Cooke)
© 1988, B.M.I.
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30 August 2004 | by Joe-385See all my reviews

I just watched this. It was in my Netflix queue. I have no idea how it got there; I don't remember adding it. I kept watching it thinking, "Gee, I must have added this a long time ago, why did I pick it? If I keep watching, maybe I'll find out what made me pick it." Well, I've seen it now and I can't for the life of me find a single reason why I might have put it in the queue.

This may be one of the worst movies ever committed to film. The acting is terrible, and whoever wrote the script (the guy who played the geek, I guess) should be shot. The plot is thinner than gas, and nothing makes any sense, in the end. The worst thing about the movie is not even that it's bad -- I mean, you can watch a bad movie and appreciate the campiness, but this movie doesn't even have that. It's just -- there. It doesn't even have the quality of being offensive (except at the one single point in the entire script where the movie tries to go for a laugh and ends up being slightly racist -- and still totally unfunny). It's like a particularly bland, boring, pointless, stupid, badly-written and badly-acted after-school movie.

I couldn't even tell you why this movie exists. This must have been a vanity project for someone, but afterward I can't imagine that they had any trace of vanity left.

The only thing more amazing than that someone made this movie is that someone, somewhere, for some incomprehensible reason, decided there should be a DVD version. Who did they think would want to see this? I would be interested in knowing if anyone other than the original cast members and the director, and maybe the mothers of same, ever bought a copy of the DVD.

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