8 June 2004 | peas_n_okra
Combination of Internet and romantic courtship
Kathleen Quinlan makes the movie watchable. Her beauty hasn't faded, but has endured. She plays "Tess," the mother of "Jenny," who desperately needs a life after a tumultuous relationship. When Tess secretly decides to "meddle," she gets unexpected results. I admit it, I'm a sucker for romance and this was simple fare with a rewarding payoff. I'm not familiar with the other actors, but each seemed comfortable in their roles and very believable. The child actor was especially refreshing, as he was pivotal, yet not the center of attention very often. Altogether, "Perfect Romance" is a great way to spend a rainy, dreary night, because it will life your spirits and give you hope.