All About Steve

Sandra Bullock, Bradley Cooper, Thomas Haden Church

Directed by Phil Traill
Rolling Stone: star rating
5 0
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September 3, 2009

I don't have much to say about this unwatchable, unbearably unfunny farce inhich Sandra Bullock hits the lowest point of her career as delusional, demented Mary Magdalene Horowitz, a cruciverbalist (she creates crossword puzzles) with no sex life who believes she'll find happiness by stalking Steve (Bradley Cooper), a TV news cameraman who wisely tries to avoid her. Audiences are advised to do the same. Jokes involve deaf children falling down a mine shaft.

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