The Perfect Guy

2015

Action / Drama / Thriller

11
Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 19%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 57%
IMDb Rating 5.6 10 7491

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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by ffxpa 9 / 10

Nice, suspense thriller

This movie was enjoyable to watch. I was told it was an "okay" movie, but I considered it to be better than okay because it was actually realistic. It definitely shows an accurate representation of how the police handle harassment, the officer even states in the movie "I am doing everything I can within the law." Carter is shown to have pretty decent hacking skills, but that is explained earlier in the movie when he said he was an IT Tech, so that's not something just random and out of the blue. Out of all of the endings possible for this movie, I believe they chose the best one they could that was still realistic. There was nothing glaringly obvious that was unrealistic besides the fact that Leah took all of the necessary precautions such as getting a restraining order and changing her number, but she somehow forgot about the spare key. I don't want to bag too heavily on that though, because we all honestly forget something important at one point or another. Overall, the realism was spot on.

It had its tear-jerkers and jump scares at a few points, but overall it was suspenseful and definitely a thriller, however, this isn't necessarily a movie that you will be on the edge of your seat waiting for what is going to happen next since everything happening is in plain sight. But even if you are able to see everything happening, each event IS unpredictable.

**Spoiler** If you don't like jump scares, the only jump scare in the movie is when he pops up behind Mrs. McCarthy, Leah's neighbor, after he bangs on her door a bunch of times.

Reviewed by kosmasp 4 / 10

Perfect Guy next door

All those thrillers are not only predictable, but sort of by the numbers most of the time. So it's not that bad if a movie can surprise you a couple of times. And while this never promised "steamy hot scenes" like the one with Jennifer Lopez, that were too hot for the rating board (self proclaimed and don't fall for that), it does have other winning factors. For guys it's the main actress and for women it's the two main guys, for various reasons (of course some men will like the male talent at hand and some women our female hero, I was talking majority).

Still there is some saving factors, though not so much the ever so good Charles S. Dutton who doesn't have much to do in this. No nudity involved but "steamy" situations, if that is something you are looking forward to. Also very nice eyes (Mr. Ealy that is)

Reviewed by Lola A 4 / 10

Shallow

The movie is quit disappointing and shallow even though it has a story line that keeps you interested.

What I want to point out is the hypocrisy in this movie when it comes to expressing violence. When Carter expresses violence towards the men at the gas station he becomes a red flag (very reasonably) for Leah but when Dave expresses violence towards Carter in the restaurant (regardless of being not so intense as Carter's since violence is violence) all he gets is admiration from Leah. How come he does not become a red flag for being violent?

Life Lessons: not much to take with the exception perhaps that sometimes you have to take things on your own matter and be brave. But again this is very poorly and superficially presented. Dealing with serious crimes such as stalking, breaking in and murder and getting away with that so easily is just not realistic. Another lesson perhaps is that perfect does not exist and people should not be trusted so easily because they are usually not what they say they are.

Character analysis: extremely poor job done in the main character development. We never get to know more about Carter and his reasoning just that he was abandoned and was bipolar. What what else? There a lot of children raised in foster houses that turn out to be very successful and respected members of society, so this alone is not enough to explain his unreasonable behaviour.

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