The Perfect Man
Comedy • PG • 2005 • 1 hr 40 min
One of my favorite Hilary Duff films. Cheesy but fun, loved as a teen.
A good teen movie. Quite emotional andfunny I can say. It is worth watching as a teenager.
Love it as a kid, it’s corny but it’s still fun to watch.
One of my favorite Hilary Duff films next to Raine Your Voice. Young teen audience, but still cute.
Typical Disney movie, fast and predictable..
Very cute film with a great cast, if a little unrealistic.
Not interesting enough to hold my attention for very long.
Would watch it as a teen, extremely forgettable.
I enjoyed this movie when I was younger. No shame to anybody who likes this movie but I'll probably never see this again.
A cute little movie to watch on TBS on a Saturday morning in your PJs.
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