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In this comedy, a roving correspondent for Rolling Stone magazine is sent to LA to dig up the truth about the trendy health clubs there. He encounters a sassy aerobics instructor and tries to no avail to interview her and use her to facilitate his expose.
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Critic Reviews for Perfect
John Travolta continues his wearisome trek through America's fleeting enthusiasms, though this time he arrives a day late (wasn't aerobics over a couple of years before this?) and a few dollars short.
Pic is guilty of the sins it condemns - superficiality, manipulation and smugness.
Perfect is too superficially knowing to be a camp classic, but it's an unintentionally hilarious mixture of muddled moralizing and all-too-contemporary self-promotion.
The movie is devoid of laughs, thanks to James Bridges' characteristically humorless direction.
Good chemistry - that's about it
A vanity project that went nowhere.
One-joke Travolta comedy.
If you're curious about why the gifted Tavolta's film career stalled in the mid-80s, 'Perfect' is the perfect explanation.
Reveals the health club fad to be a hall of mirrors filled with self-absorbed individuals.
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