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I saw Picture Perfect on a Sunday,It is not a really good love movie to see on the big screen.Nothing new here,Just wait for it on video.
This film was wonderful! I'm a 37 year old male, probably one of the least likely people to see it, but I was impressed! Finally, a guy with good moral values is portrayed on the screen, as played by Jay Mohr's "Nick"; quite a switch (and a welcome one!) from the slimeball he played in "Jerry Maguire." At first I was repulsed by the way Jennifer Aniston's character, "Kate", treated him, but the film briefly looks into the buried reason for her behavior, gaining some audience sympathy. I also loved Olympia Dukakis' brief but effective turn as Aniston's overbearing mom (they even LOOK like mother and daughter when together onscreen). The plot is wonderful and the ending almost makes me wish it had been released on Valentine's Day. A good film about relationships between men and women; it will never be a classic, but I definitely plan to buy the video when it is released!
Jennifer Aniston could hold a movie and that's why I like her in "Picture Perfect." Aniston,plays a single woman who hires a guy to posed as her boyfriend. I love her performance, but I love the stuff she wore. "Picture Perfect" is just perfect for Aniston.
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