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Perfect Romance (2004)

Perfect Romance (2004)

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Tess Gallagher (Kathleen Quinlan) is naturally upset when the husband of her daughter Jenny (Lori Heuring abandons his family--to run off with another man. Before long, however, Tess has gotten over the initial shock, and is industriously mounting a campaign to find a new husband for Tess, and a new father for Tess' wisecracking son Jesse (Lori Heuring). Not altogether with her daughter's blessing, Tess places Jenny's picture and bio on the "Perfect Match" dating website, resulting in proposals (and propositions) from lonely guys all over the world. The most attractive and personable of these internet Romeos is British college professor Peter Campbell (Henry Ian Cusick), who is himself coming off a failed romance--and who, incidentally is years older than Jenny. Howver, the question posed by this made-for-cable movie is not "Can a May-December affair be truly successful?", but rather "For pity's sake, Jenny, when will you wake up notice how your best friend Miles Healey (Michael Trucco) is silently pining away for you????" Perfect Romance debuted over the Lifetime network on June 7, 2004.

Cast

Kathleen Quinlan
as Tess Gallagher
Lori Heuring
as Jenny Kelly
Henry Ian Cusick
as Dr. Peter Campbell
Michael Trucco
as Miles Bishop
JR Bourne
as Rick Kelly
Nico McEown
as Jesse Kelly
Lisa Skinner
as Melissa
Ona Grauer
as Peter's Girlfriend
Adam Harrington
as Peter's Friend
Daniel Ayers
as Hippie Singer
Charles Baird
as Lucky's Emcee
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Pretty sappy and cheesy

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