Picture Perfect

Picture Perfect

Director: Glenn Gordon Caron Cast: Jennifer Aniston, Jay Mohr, Kevin Bacon
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Picture Perfect

Friends star Jennifer Aniston made her debut as the leading lady of a feature film in this romantic comedy. Kate (Aniston) is an art director with an advertising agency whose personal and professional life is stuck in neutral; while her work is good, her boss Mr. Mercer (Kevin Dunn) won't give her a promotion, and while Kate is attracted to co-worker Sam (Kevin Bacon), he's not interested in her. Kate learns that Mercer is loath to promote single people, because without permanent attachments they're free to leave whenever they wish. Kate's friend Darcy (Illeana Douglas) comes up with a possible solution: use a photo of Kate with handsome stranger Nick (Jay Mohr) to convince Mercer that she's engaged to be married. The ruse works -- Kate gets her promotion, and Sam, who's attracted to women who are already spoken for, starts showing her some attention. But soon Mercer wants to meet Kate's husband-to-be; Kate tracks down Nick and persuades him to pose as her intended for an evening, but Nick decides at the end of the night that he's in love with her. Picture Perfect was written and directed by Glenn Gordon Caron, who created the TV series Moonlighting.

Product Details

Release Date: 01/18/2000
UPC: 0024543000280
Original Release: 1997
Rating: PG13
Source: 20th Century Fox
Region Code: 1
Presentation: [Wide Screen]
Sound: [Dolby Digital, monaural]
Time: 1:40:00

Special Features

Widescreen format [aspect ratio: 1.85:1]; Interactive menus; Scene selection; Original theatrical trailer; Languages: English 5.1 Surround; English Dolby Surround; French mono; Subtitles: English; Spanish

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Jennifer Aniston Kate Mosley
Jay Mohr Nick
Kevin Bacon Sam Mayfair
Olympia Dukakis Rita Mosley
Illeana Douglas Darcy O'Neil
Kevin Dunn Mr. Mercer
Faith Prince Mrs. Mercer
Anne Twomey Sela
Jim Ryan Anchor Person
Kaley Cuoco Actor

Technical Credits
Glenn Gordon Caron Director,Screenwriter
Carter Burwell Score Composer,Musical Direction/Supervision
Mary Colquhoun Casting
Larry Fulton Production Designer
Les Lazarowitz Sound/Sound Designer
Molly Madden Executive Producer
Howard McMaster Asst. Director
May Quigley Original Story
Robert Reitano Editor
Jane Robinson Costumes/Costume Designer
Paul Sarossy Cinematographer
Paul Slansky Original Story,Screenwriter
Arleen Sorkin Original Story,Screenwriter
John Wright Stevens Art Director
Erwin Stoff Producer
William Teitler Executive Producer

Scene Index

Side #1 --
0. Scene Selection
1. Main Titles [:21]
2. The Mustard Meeting [3:06]
3. The Wedding [5:15]
4. A Little Lie [7:16]
5. The Party [5:23]
6. A New Life [6:17]
7. The Affair [5:13]
8. Nick Becomes Famous [6:12]
9. Keeping The Lie Going [6:15]
10. Drinks With Sam [:52]
11. Getting To Know Each Other [5:36]
12. The Dinner [2:10]
13. Dancing [3:41]
14. The Fight [4:24]
15. Life Is Perfect? [4:40]
16. Taking Care [3:55]
17. A New Day [3:06]
18. Working Late [5:07]
19. Facing The Truth [3:57]
20. Cleaning Up [2:59]
21. Holding Peace [4:22]
22. End Titles [2:14]

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Picture Perfect 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
Joyachiever More than 1 year ago
Picture Perfect stars Jennifer Aniston as an ambitious advertising employee named Kate who is growing professionally in her career and manages to strengthen her talent due to immense dedication to her job. One of the major problems; On the plus side, she is in little danger of being fired by her boss Mr. Mercer (Kevin Dunn) but getting the projects and/or lucrative assignments seems out of reach for Kate due to her boss’s preference for promoting employees who are in relationships. In Mr. Mercer’s defense, he at least avoids further undermining Kate’s self-confidence and/or professional standing by strategically explaining why he is reluctant to assign her the more lucrative/high-profile projects/assignments with her currently being single. From my modest perspective, the perspective of her being judged due to being single is not that far-fetched because it is common knowledge (even in the year 2015) that many women (even here in the U.S.) are still seen as less than a whole person if they choose to focus more on improving their economic/professional lives while being child-free even for responsible reasons (i.e. they know that it would be too risky and unfair to the potential child(children) due to being self-aware that they are facing at least 15-20 years of repaying their student loans and figuring out legal ways to move up from minimum wage status in the private sector to further build up their savings cushion). Please know that I have nothing against mothers and children, especially because my late adoptive mother legally took me as her own daughter even though she did not give birth to me. It is just that there is proof in what I say because the character of Kate’s mom Rita Moseley (Olympia Dukakis who I’m aware was only doing her job) is shown (in the film) making it clear that one of the reasons why she is eager for Kate to partner up soon is because she dreams of grandchildren from the daughter she loves dearly. Kate demonstrates her talent when she pitches content for Gulden mustard. She experiences the epiphany needed to strengthen the brand of Gulden mustard when she explains how they can make the connection between model Cindy Crawford’s success, her biochemistry major in college, and her original background of coming from outside of Hollywood. Kate’s friend Sela (Anne Twomey) is happy for Kate’s professional contributions and even playfully teases her about her crush on fellow advertising employee Sam Mayfair (Kevin Bacon). However, Sela, well-intentioned as she is, also ends up indirectly leaving Kate to brush up on her skills as a storyteller when she manages to link Nick (Jay Mohr) and Kate as a couple. On the plus side, Sela indirectly helps Kate to get the more lucrative projects that she has been after for some time. However, Kate has to come up with a plan/scheme quick because she only met videographer Nick briefly at a wedding and has not seen him in person since. The song Say What You Want by Texas plays in snippets briefly during the movie and then in entirety after the end of the Picture Perfect movie. The following are the theatrical trailers contained within this dvd; Picture Perfect, French Kiss, Ever After starring Drew Barrymore, Dougray Scott, Anjelica Houston directed by Andy Tennant(I’ve seen Ever After before and definitely would again snippets of the following songs are also featured in the Ever After trailer; Mummer’s Dance by Loreena McKennitt and Fable by Robert Miles), Never Been Kissed (snippets o
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i remember Picture Perfect 1997 was the year the movie came out Kevin Bacon is on this movie The girl from the tv show sitcom Friends Jennifer Anastion stars as a 28 yaer old woman Kate who falls in love with a guy It's a nice romantic movie
Guest More than 1 year ago
Kate tries to impress Sam by pretending she's gonna marry Nick a very cute guy with blonde hair although she just pretends she starts to like Nick So Kate and Nick have a pretend fight in a resturant Kate really has a thing for Nick She apoligizes to him and wants to date him and says how she misses him So Kate and Nick end up together happliy ever after in Love
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