Parents' Guide to

The Perfect Match

By Barbara Shulgasser-Parker, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 16+

Womanizer learns about love after lots of one-night stands.

Movie R 2016 86 minutes
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The appealing cast of THE PERFECT MATCH convincingly depicts modern men and women. These are relatable people who are struggling to sort out relationship issues, impending parenthood, a fair distribution of responsibilities between partners, and the balance between work and love. The women are all as smart as -- if not smarter than -- their men; one makes more money than her fiancé, which he seems to applaud. And the ending is refreshingly un-Hollywood, more about promising good things to come than outright "happy." Charlie may not end up where you think he will, but he does seem to mature into someone who will make real love a priority in his life.

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