All About Steve


Action / Adventure / Comedy / Romance

Plot summary

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Top cast

Sandra Bullock Photo
Sandra Bullock as Mary Horowitz
Bradley Cooper Photo
Bradley Cooper as Steve
Kerri Kenney Photo
Kerri Kenney as Miss Hancock
Katy Mixon Photo
Katy Mixon as Elizabeth
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908.84 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 39 min
P/S 6 / 5
1.82 GB
English 5.1
23.976 fps
1 hr 39 min
P/S 5 / 6

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Jakemcclake7 / 10

Romantic Comedy, Well Not Really, But A Comedy Nonetheless

Spoilers Comedy is the unexpected and there was no way to expect the sudden twists and turns of this movie. Some of these unexpected things can put off the viewer, however. The first time Mary (Sandra Bullock) meets Steve (Bradley Cooper) she has such a need to sleep with him, she jumps right on him. Then many more unexpected things happen. The most unexpected thing is when all of the character suddenly move to a happy ending at the end. For example, Steve has a total turnaround regarding Mary, that comes out of nowhere. At the same time Mary has an epiphany regarding herself, which turns her around. She also has an epiphany regarding Steve, that causes the movie to move away from the standard Rom-Com ending into a more realistic ending.

But we hear loud and almost endless cheering for Mary and everyone winds up happy at the end.

This movie is worth a view just for the things that I did not mention that will come out if nowhere during the movie and probably make you laugh.

However, the message of the movie that - all people, no matter how they act, have worth - could get lost in the comedy and cheering.

Reviewed by Prismark105 / 10

Little red boots

All About Steve is a quirky comedy that does not quiet fly yet it's a lot better than another rom-com starring Jennifer Aniston and the like.

I would never say when Sandra Bullock burst on the scene in the early 1990s that she would be still around 20 years later. She is suitable eye candy but has the likability factor with the audience. She has struck around mixing comedy, romance, drama and even action adventure.

For this film she got a Golden Raspberry award, the next day she got an Oscar for The Blind Side.

Here she plays Mary Horowitz, a socially awkward crossword puzzle writer whose parents set her up on a blind date, who turns out to be a handsome news cameraman played by Bradley Cooper and she decides to pursue him while he is out on a story.

This is an unconventional, odd comedy, rather uneven with some black humour and some slapstick humour.

Mary has a good heart but she comes across as mad as a box of frogs and almost stalkerish as she gads about the country with her red boots pursuing Steve.

The audience is more likely to pity her rather than sympathise with her.

The film did not do too well at the box office, given the cast, people expected this to be a straightforward rom-com which this is certainly not.

Reviewed by SnoopyStyle5 / 10

More sad than funny

Is she supposed to be autistic? Are we supposed to laugh at her? That's the big problem with this movie. She's unbearable, and sad. Most of it is humiliating.

Mary Horowitz (Sandra Bullock) creates crossword puzzles for the Sacramento Herald. She's an eccentric mess unable to connect with other people. She's set up with TV news cameraman Steve (Bradley Cooper) by her parents. While she falls head over heels for her, he can't run away fast enough as he's call to the next news story. She chases him all across the country.

The last section does have a little bit of fun. She finally does a few things right. But it's way too late to save this movie. It's really sad to see Sandra Bullock flail away for so few laughs.

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