The title NOBODY'S PERFECT might qualify as truth in movie advertising, since it certainly applies to the makers of this lame, misogynist cross-dressing farce. However, the aptness of the film's moniker goes beyond that. By taking its title from Joe E. Brown's famous fadeout line in SOME
LIKE IT HOT, this film makes you wish you were watching that Billy Wilder classic or just about anything else. Chad Lowe plays frisky college freshman Stephen Parker, who enrolls at one of those free-spirited California universities where the most prominent faculty member is the tennis coach, here
played by a hapless Vitas Gerulaitis. (Real-life former tennis star Gerulaitis is joi...