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'The Perfect Man'

Despite that ploy of someone else that Ben took off to work on a project in the country of China, he finds true love at home.

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By Julie D. Griffin

Locklear who as fresh as the day she filmed the 2004 representational film here plays the part of a mother due for some real true love in The Perfect Man.
Photo by Kevin Winter/Getty Images

A teenage daughter worried about her mom finding the right man decides to practice a little divine intervention. She plays the ultimate matchmaker and even after she messes up the whole gig, she doubles back and makes things for who she wants as a father work out alright. Asking yourself song questions like do you believe in love, Hilary Duff takes her stage mother Heather Locklear right to heaven.

Nice boots. What'd you pay? "Me? Free. I pulled them out of the garbage can at my apartment complex." A beautiful mother, Locklear who plays a single mother of a teenager daughter of same works her buns off creating baked goods for a living, enough to keep her daughter cloaked with barely enough to clothe her and pay the monthly rent let alone all of the other bills. God knows, the daughter must do something to get her mother a husband, a deliverance by Valentine Day sweet enough to give mom a royal place as stay-at-home housewife.

The bread manager therefore, greets Jeannie, and a film about a daughter who plays matchmaker who works at her job at finding mom a normal man begins. Jeannie, the mother, and Heather the daughter actually here, the younger one of the two blood relative room mates, Heather wants her mother to achieve a desirable level of mystique with finding romance with a life partner the normal way.