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Perfect Fit (2001)

An aimless young man turns to murder in order to satisfy the desires of his new girlfriend, a narcissistic blue jean fetishist.

Director:

Donald P. Borchers
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Cast

Credited cast:
Alexander Polinsky ... Dick (as Alexander Niver Polinsky)
Maria Ford ... Perry
Renée Humphrey ... Amanda
David Grieco David Grieco ... Michael
Nell Carter ... Mrs. Gordy
Mary Woronov ... Mom
Paul Bartel ... Dad
Olivia Barash ... Janet
John Philbin ... Monty
Robert Musgrave ... Frank
Billy Maddox ... Brick
Bill Burr ... Doorman (as Billy Burr)
Tony Edwards Tony Edwards ... Jerry
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Nick Benedict Nick Benedict ... Thomas
Andre Rosey Brown ... Packy (as Rosey Brown)
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An aimless young man turns to murder in order to satisfy the desires of his new girlfriend, a narcissistic blue jean fetishist.

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She'd kill for the ... Perfect Fit

Genres:

Comedy | Thriller

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for sexuality/nudity and language
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

26 September 2001 (Hungary) See more »

Also Known As:

A tökéletes páros See more »

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Production Co:

Planet Productions See more »
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Color:

Color
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The final screen appearance of Paul Bartel, as well as his final appearance alongside real-life friend Mary Woronov. The two appeared in several films over the years (often as husband-and-wife), including starring roles in Bartel's directorial effort Eating Raoul. See more »

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Strictly for Maria Ford fans
12 April 2012 | by dave13-1See all my reviews

Sexy Maria Ford gives a startlingly good performance as a dangerously seductive woman obsessed with finding just the right pair of jeans (??!) She looks great and does a perfect Jersey Girl accent, while playing her fairly absurd character (selfish, manipulative yet oblivious) with deadpan seriousness and real screen charisma. Fans of Maria's who have been claiming for years that she could be great if given a decent role have been proved right here. Unfortunately, Maria Ford is the only reason to watch this thing, and she's not enough. Variations on Fatal Attraction, Natural Born Killers and Bonnie and Clyde have been done to death, and this movie has little fresh to add. Plus, David Grieco in the central role could not anchor a rowboat, much less a feature film. He lacks charisma, and his character has no quirks, indeed very little on- screen 'business' that is interesting and so he fails to captivate the audience in the early going. When Ford comes in, she steals every scene she's in, and as their clearly dysfunctional relationship begins to play out, the viewer doesn't much care which way it goes or where he winds up. There are few plot twists, fewer jokes and little scenery of any interest to watch once you get past Ford's bare mid-riff, which makes staying awake through the second half of the picture a bit of a chore. Not recommended.


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