Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that The Perfect Guy is a standard-issue thriller about a woman (Sanaa Lathan) who's pursued and threatened by her psycho ex-boyfriend until she's forced to fight back. The movie has a general air of menace, and attacks involve weapons (knife, shotgun) and victims being thrown around rooms/down stairs. There are also a few sex scenes (kissing, moaning, moving, but no graphic graphic nudity) and some drinking and swearing (mostly variations of "s--t," plus a memorable use of "f--k").
Characters kiss passionately; a few sequences show a couple in bed together, moving and moaning. No graphic nudity.
The movie's whole point is to show the escalating violence of a psycho stalker who terrorizes a woman until she fights back. Violent attacks show women getting thrown across a room or down the stairs; also confrontations involving a kitchen knife and a shotgun. General air of menace.
Occasional swearing includes variations of "s--t," as well as "bitch" and one memorable "f--k."
Characters take matters into their own hands when the law can't help.
The main character often uses her Sony mobile phone and drives a nice Cadillac. Another character drives a classic Charger, which becomes a relatively important plot point.
Drugs / Tobacco /
Adults often drink wine/beer at meals, parties, or nightclubs, but nobody appears to get drunk.