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The Perfect Man

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Every time Jean goes through a bad breakup, she relocates much to the dismay of her teenage daughter, Holly. Holly devises a plan to invent a secret admirer for her mother, so she'll be happy and not have to relocate anymore. But eventually her mother wants to meets this guy but can't so what can Holly do?
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Ebert & Roeper

June 20, 2005

The Perfect Man has a plot that turns sweet and charming Hillary Duff into a serial liar. She's not just telling little fibs. She's engaging in a prolonged and kind of mean practical joke on her mother.
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Daily Telegraph (UK)
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August 04, 2014

I kept steepling my hands and hiding behind them.
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Guardian
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June 07, 2013

Watching this unspeakably rubbish teen romcom is, to quote David Lodge's classic description of National Service, like a punishment for a crime you can't remember committing.
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Observer (UK)
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June 07, 2013

The intrigues are laboriously contrived, the film exudes disingenuous sentiments, and it has three happy endings -- one for Mum and one for each daughter.
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Variety

June 20, 2005

[The] situation is mined mostly for mild chuckles and tepid sentiment.
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Chicago Reader
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March 06, 2007

The premise is patently ridiculous, but the target audience of 12-year-old girls will be too charmed by the genre requisites to care.
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Toledo Blade
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June 07, 2013

[Hilary Duff movies] never do solve their one nagging flaw: Duff's characters are remarkably self-possessed for teens but not enough to recognize the sitcoms they inhabit.
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Time Out
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June 24, 2006

None of the leads convince or engage, and supporting characters are either gay stereotypes, routine little sisters or functional best friends.
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Total Film
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June 07, 2013

Another month, another anodyne tween-com from Hilary Duff.
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Village Voice

June 21, 2005

Like a Nike commercial without a shot of the sneakers.
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Associated Press
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June 07, 2013

The movie is a toxic buzz of sweetness that Duff's teen gal fans might lap up, while all others suffer through a prolonged sugar fit.
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