Not every film has to be "Gone With The Wind," and such is certainly not the case with director Jon Sherman's "My Sexiest Mistake" (2004). This is one of those there it is, oops its gone films that appeared on Oxygen a few times back in the day and now is back safely in the vault.
There is, though, a place for fast-food movies that don't aspire to greatness, but are enjoyable for what they are. In point of fact, this is a very enjoyable tv film. It will pass the time if you want to watch your standard romantic comedy and like the leads. Sabrina Lloyd, who is always great as she was in "Sliders," is cute and delightful and ably supported by her co-stars Curtis Mark Williams and Caitlin Miller.
|Sabrina Lloyd and Curtis Mark Williams in "My Sexiest Mistake."|
"My Sexiest Mistake" is very romantic in a light-hearted way, set in the Big Apple and revolving around the usual nonsense of mistaken identity and how that leads to true love. Do the details really matter? If so, this is probably not the right movie for you. It is a good movie to watch with your significant other, a few laughs, the usual comedy of errors complications, and a happy ending of course. You'll forget all about it once it's done, but you'll love watching the pretty folks going about their mating activities anyway. It may be fluff, but sometimes fluff is great.