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The List (2007)

PG-13 | | Comedy, Romance | 5 May 2007 (USA)
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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
... Cecile
... Chet
... Phillip
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
... Cynthia
... Mail Room Girl
Helaine Cira ... Alice
... Auditor
... Donna
... Johan Gabini
... Will
... Commercial Director
... Assistant Director
... 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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The script was discovered by winning the WriteMovies.com International Writing Contest. See more »

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If you liked Harry Met Sally...
24 May 2011 | by See all my reviews

I saw this in the DVD store and thought I'd take a chance. Wayne Brady cracks me up and Sydney was amazing in Death Proof. I mean it looks like it was shot low budget but the script is really tight, funny and has a lot of insight. The goofy interaction between Wayne and his best pal Flex Alexander had me rolling on the floor. OK- Brad Dourif as an Italian Lothario is so miscast it goes full circle and is worth watching just to see him try it. There's a huge number of talented well known supporting actors such as Illeana Douglas and Matthew Glave that make the movie very entertaining. Above all, in this day and age when everyone feels they need to be snide and sarcastic on screen, this is a really sincere and moving film about relationships. Thumbs up!


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