A single and hard working New York advertising executive dreams of a perfect life. Holly Maddux has the perfect job, she just needs the perfect man to sweep her off her feet and provide the perfect life for her. She’s on a deadline for a before Christmas job and she gets tripped up by sidewalk traffic. She falls, hits her head on the concrete and wakes up to see the perfect man helping her up. Is there such a thing as too perfect? Can being perfect all the time require being someone you are not? Isn’t there pressure to constantly be perfect?
Is Beau, the perfect man really a department store window mannequin come to life? Are his parents and ex-girlfriend also mannequins? Everything about them is perfect all the time, hair, teeth and clothing. Beau knows fashion designers and the seasons of their work. This film would be better if it didn’t telegraph the ending at the onset. I could see what would happen just from watching the first few scenes. 3* (This movie is OK)
85 min, TV Movie, Comedy directed by Jim Fall with Claire Coffee, Ryan McPartlin, Gabrielle Dennis, Jeff Ward, Annie Quinn, Mark Lindsay Chapman, Matt Riedy, Robin Riker, Megan Stevenson, Marc Barnes.
Note: Imdb 5.4 out of 10, Amazon 3.8*out of 5* with 13 reviews.