Picture Perfect


(out of 5)

 is delightful in this romantic comedy as a ladder-climbing advertising executive who gets wedding photographer  to pose as her fiance to impress her employers and stimulate the man of her dreams (). It’s not hard to see where this clutzy little arrangement will take these two, but at least the performers are talented and appealing enough to make it go down easily.  has an excellent supporting role as Aniston’s co-worker, and  has a wonderful small part as her concerned mother.

3 Arts Entertainment, Twentieth Century Fox

USA, 1997

Directed by 

Story by , , , Screenplay by Arleen Sorkin, Paul Slansky, Glenn Gordon Caron

Cinematography by 

Produced by

Music by

Production Design by

Costume Design by

Film Editing by

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