Synopsis – A high school student creates an app to offer his services as a fake date to make money for college. When he develops feelings for someone, his plan gets complicated.
Director: Chris Nelson
Based on: The Stand-In; by Steve Bloom
Production companies: Ace Entertainment; AwesomenessFilms
Screenplay: Steven Bloom
I was in the mood to see some teensy-weensy chic flick romance movie or something, and thought the Netflix movie “The Perfect Date” would kind of fit the description.
I mean the trailer was pretty basic stuff; sort of enough to kind of get your attention if you are bored or in the mood for nothing serious like that, so you don’t expect much but expect something sort of, so I felt like you know what, let’s do this.
Did I also mention that the lead character was also a lead character in another Netflix movie titled “To The Boys Who Loved Me”? (Seen it?), and I mean I liked him in that movie, hence why I didn’t mind choosing this to watch again?
Anyway, to cut this long story short, because believe me, there’s nothing much to write home about, the movie just m…..
Oh right, I’m back up,…..
The movie just was bleh.
As a matter of fact, I need my minutes back!
Because the storyline just had no depth whatsoever 😄, 1 hour movie that felt like I watched it in like 25 minutes or less, while just perusing the rest of the movie or something.
I don’t know, but if you are like 13, this movie would be ideal for you.
You’d love it, because I mean who cares about depth at 13 right?🙄
Rating – ⭐⭐
Watch Trailer Below;