A Perfect Couple (1979)

PG   |    |  Comedy, Musical, Romance

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A repressed, middle-aged divorced U.S. Greek meets a young singer through a dating service and becomes smitten.




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3 January 2020 | gridoon2020
| Romantic comedy that actually has more music than either romance or comedy
This decidedly unconventional romantic comedy is watchable, but is neither very romantic, nor very funny; more often it seems like a promo for a pop music band. One half of the "perfect couple", Marta Heflin, has some appeal, but Paul Dooley lacks charm, and their instant connection is not believable. The liveliest performance is given by Ann Ryerson as a horny possible date, but unfortunately her part is very small. Still, at least compared to the same year's "H.E.A.L.T.H", also by Robert Altman, which I saw yesterday, this one has a bit more structure to it. **1/2 out of 4.

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