The film offers an IRL glimpse into the creepy world of technology and dating. In one instance, Carter uses his undeniable looks and suave demeanor to mask his inner psycho. With all of the information shared on social media, no one is safe.
2. A different role for Sanaa Lathan
Lathan can take on any character handed to her, but we've mostly witnessed her in dominant, self-assured female roles. As Leah, we see Lathan flaunt her versatility and vulnerability as the victim.
3. A rollercoaster of emotions
Director David M. Rosenthal, Sanaa Lathan, Morris Chestnut, and Michael Ealy send you on a thrill ride of highs and lows. The film showcases both the dark and enlightening moments of the eery love triangle, including a few WTF scenes.
4. A topnotch performance from Michael Ealy
Ealy is known for playing the wholesome hearthrob in most movies, but for The Perfect Guy, he takes off his cool. Basically, he's the villian you hate to love. Watching Ealy take charge in his new role made it hard to turn your gaze away.
5. Serious levels of sexual tension
As if Ealy and Lathan weren't already two hot specimens, their hypersexual relationship goes from 0 to 100 real quick. One moment they're grinding in a reggae club and then, well, you know the rest.