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Ummm...I just finished this movie and I'm a little flabbergasted. My mouth fell open multiple times, I burst out laughing during emotional scenes, and I cringed during those intentional awkward moments. Yet in the end, I still am not sure what to make of "Seducing Mr. Perfect." First, I do have to concur with another reviewer that said the actors were beautiful. They make the movie appealing and for that, a star was earned. Vain as it surely is, I enjoyed seeing the different outfits and how they were made up throughout the movie. The movie's premise is based upon the main female lead seducing (or trying to seduce) her boss. How it got there and why for that matter was lost (or lost me) in translation. It was discombobulated, to say the least. The growth of the characters and their attraction for each other must have happened off-scene somewhere. And another unnerving aspect was the incongruent dungeon music placed in scenes which seemed more befitting for a suspense, thriller or horror movie. Overall, the acting was decent. It did reveal how the pressures of peers may lead us to making immature decisions which can jeopardize peace and self-awareness. The movie could have been much better but it was decent...cringe and all.