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The Perfect Match looks and sounds increasingly like a romantic comedy created out of secondhand memories, vaguely described or poorly translated.
While its title suggests a narrower focus, "The Perfect Match" is largely an ensemble rom-com, and a pretty enjoyable one.
As if to make up for the predictable main plot, The Perfect Match is bogged down with a slew of uninteresting B-stories.
There is a welcome (and surprising) layer of complexity running through the film that makes it a little bit more than your standard fare. The likable and funny ensemble helps too.
"The Perfect Match" is a romantic comedy by default, and mostly everyone involved is asleep at the wheel.
Woodruff, a music-video specialist with a filmography full of retreads ... has mostly made another one here.
The Perfect Match would have been better off as a straight-to-DVD release.
The script is trite and stilted.
Faltering, fumbling rom-com that turns out to be forgettable fluff...
Pleasant enough, if not paper-thin and featherweight, The Perfect Match is a bland picture starring attractive people that never quite seems to connect the dots.
...it's the type of movie you should wait to release on BET or Lifetime a year later, since it manages to just feel like a made for television movie that somehow made it on the silver screen.
I really wish the film had seduced me. But I was the one who left the theater untamed. (Full Content Review for Parents - Sex, Profanity, etc. - Also Available)
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