Talk:The Perfect Man
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critical and commercial failure?
Could someone give evidence to back this statement?
When I added the "confusing" tag, the "Plot" section read as follows:
- Single mother Jean (Locklear) moves every time she gets her heart broken by another guy, much to the dismay of her teenager daughter, Holly (Duff). Holly devises a plan, to get a secret admirer interested in her mother so she'll finally stop moving. The online relationship takes off, but Holly has to scramble to find a guy for her mother. She sets her mother up with her friend's Uncle while trying to make her leave again, missing out on love. But that was not what her mother wanted. She wanted a very different man.
I can vaguely understand what's going on here, but there are a lot of loose ends and misplaced antecedents. Hopefully someone who's seen the movie can fix it for the rest of us. Thanks! --Mareino 19:45, 23 January 2006 (UTC)
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I didn't know where to put this, so I decided upon putting it here. Mark Rosman doesn't have a Wikipedia page, although I think he deserves one due to the fact that he has directed, written and produced many films and it beats most Wikipedia director's pages! Does anyone think they can create one? Especially since IMBD has a page devoted to him!