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|All About Steve|
Actors: Sandra Bullock, Bradley Cooper
This off-the-wall comedy about a blind date gone hilariously wrong. When eccentric but lovable mary gets set up with steve a news channel cameraman she falls hard. He does not. Mary decides to follow steve on a cross-count... more »
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Michel D. (michelann) from WALNUT GROVE, MO
Reviewed on 5/22/2019...
One of those entertaining films that absolutely kept me laughing out loud throughout its 99 minutes! Sandra Bullock is so cute and her red boots are the star of this comedy! Bradley Cooper is, as usual so fun and talented, being paired up again with the fabulous Ken Jeong from The Hangover!
3 of 3 member(s) found this review helpful.
Jerry S. from OCEANSIDE, CA
Reviewed on 6/22/2016...
Love It! FUNNY :-)!!!!!!
Jennifer D. (jennicat) from ST AUGUSTINE, FL
Reviewed on 3/28/2014...
I thought this was a cute movie. Everyone knows characters like those, I do anyway. Sandra Bullock is one of my favorite actresses and she really out did herself on the comedy. I don't think they could have cast anyone else.
1 of 1 member(s) found this review helpful.
Tony C. (elviszappa)
Reviewed on 7/19/2012...
I don't know why this movie gets slammed by so many bad reviews. Yes, Sandra's character can be annoying, but as my Mother says "that's the way they wrote it."
It is not academy award type stuff, but it is a fun movie with some very funny moments. Bradley Cooper is a likable chap I suppose.
1 of 1 member(s) found this review helpful.
Strange Road Trip....but Oddly Entertaining.
Kelly Klepfer | Iowa | 09/27/2009
(3 out of 5 stars)
"People Magazine gave this a 1/2 star out of 5. It truly wasn't that bad.
Here are my thoughts.
Sandra Bullock's character is awkward and that is an understatement. This still-at-home-with-mom-and-dad crossword-puzzle-creator is an unique blend of Cliff Clavin (Cheers) Napoleon Dynamite and Pippi Longstocking. I struggled with whether to like Mary and cheer her on or to just be annoyed and laugh at her when she fell into the big hole. I ended up doing both.
Basic plot: Mary, due to outside pressures, thinks she needs to take her one last shot of normalcy by embracing (understatement) a blind date. When he comes to pick her up and turns out to be "hot" she does this creepy silent stare thing and runs back upstairs to put some sexy on. A truly awkward scene follows when she jumps Steve (Bradley Cooper), not after an okay date but before they even pull away from her folks' house. At first Steve is dazzled by the skin and enthusiasm but then he begins to think she might be crazy so he invents an excuse...a phone call sending him away. While he's attempting to get her out of the van before she truly goes crazy he mentions wishing she could go with him. More circumstances make that a possibility. Some may call it stalking, Mary calls it many, many other things in long paragraphs and polysyllabic words.
Mary is not just a person who talks all the time -- she's a walking encyclopedia of random facts -- and she ends up alienating loads of people on her quest to find Steve. Then she becomes a hero, accidentally, of course. Thomas Haden Church plays the annoying, selfish anchorman wanna-be and he eggs Mary on. Though I wasn't sure what his motivation was exactly his encouragement got Mary to relentlessly pursue Steve. Most of the characters are oddly eccentric, almost cartoonish, from Mary's parents to Haden Church's nemesis. It was almost as if the movie was an attempt to tell a quirky feel good story blended with a parody. It's one of the stranger films I've seen.
Content warnings. The groping scene in the beginning 20 minutes of so of the movie goes on too long and it should be screened before child/young teen viewing. That probably won't be an issue though since most children will likely get bored. Several sexual references are scattered throughout the film. One news story that Steve chases down involves a fight over amputating a baby girl's third leg and there are a few obvious body part innuendo/references. Some language. Some skin, mostly cleavage.
There are several amusing one-liners and descriptives and a pretty sweet tornado besides some great physical comedy and pratfalls. A few scenes are laugh-out-loud funny. Many, many more are shake-the-head shrug inspiring. I'll give it a 3 and I'll probably watch it again when it hits DVD, if for no other reason, to see if I understand it a little better. Maybe it will have that Napoleon Dynamite magic. I didn't like it the first time I watched it either.
I LOVE THIS MOVIE!
Shell | 09/14/2009
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I thought this movie was GREAT! I watch all of Sandra Bullock's movies and I think she played this character GREAT! Even down to the eye makeup! So what if you think the story line is weak and unbelievable! Most movies are! When I go to a movie I don't go to see REAL LIFE. If I wanted that I would stay at home and watch CNN or FOX news. Movies for me are Romance movies and they are for Dreaming and Comedy movies for a GOOD laugh! If you are looking for a GOOD healthy laugh then go watch this movie. I laughed and cried at this movie because I know there ARE people out there like this that society makes fun of! I'm going to buy this movie when it comes out on DVD thats how much I enjoyed it! This is just my opinion."
Mark C | 11/10/2009
(4 out of 5 stars)
"I found this movie to be quite entertaining. I have relatives that talk almost as much as Sandra's character in this movie. I found myself laughing a fair amount of the time during the movie. I got the joke that the media always looks for the worst in a situation to sensationalize it. When you watch the movie you have to wait until the end of the credits, there is a bonus scene after the credits that is worth waiting for. Is it the greatest movie ever, no, but it is good movie to make you laugh."