It's a lame Heather Locklear romantic comedy and a lame Hilary Duff romantic comedy all in one! What did we do to deserve this? Directed by Mark Rosman, who previously made A Cinderella Story with Duff and should never have been allowed near the director's chair again, this preposterous film sees Locklear cast as a single mother, employed as a baker, who somehow has the resources to move to a new house in a new state every time she gets dumped. Duff plays her eldest daughter, so determined to keep Mom in one place (that being Toronto -- oops, er, New York, yeah, that's the ticket) that she hatches a ridiculous scheme to create an imaginary suitor to string her mom along and keep her from dating losers in the meantime. In case you were wondering, the secret to being a perfect man is giving your woman orchids, doing the New York Times crossword in pen, and knowing that the moon is more than just a rock. Thank goodness that mystery's solved.