All About SteveAn eccentric crossword puzzler travels across the country in hopes of convincing a CCN cameraman that the pair is meant to be together, only to find her quest taking an unexpected turn...
Actors of "All About Steve"
Directors of "All About Steve"
Phil TraillBirthdate: 6 June 1973, New Jersey, USA
Creators of "All About Steve"
Critic Reviews of "All About Steve"
NPRMay 28, 2013
All About Steve is a messy assemblage of clumsy sight gags, winking reaction shots and disingenuous populist genuflection to the idea that there's no such thing as normal. We all see a little bit of Mary in ourselves, don't we? Don't we?
New York PostMay 28, 2013
Fasten your seat belts, it's going to be a bumpy review.
Associated PressMay 28, 2013
Just when it seems All About Steve couldn't grow any more insufferable, it turns strangely sentimental.
Time OutJanuary 15, 2010
Mary is a memorable comic creation for all the wrong reasons: glibly written, offensively characterised and bizarrely dressed, she's the classic screwball ditz taken to grotesque and at times unwatchable extremes.
Chicago ReaderSeptember 21, 2009
Packaged as a romantic comedy but devoid of comedy or romance, this baffling train wreck stars Sandra Bullock as a tediously kooky constructor of crossword puzzles for a Sacramento newspaper.
L.A. WeeklySeptember 10, 2009
[A] refreshingly quirky comedy.
Metro Times (Detroit, MI)May 28, 2013
Mary's supposed to be a plucky free spirit, but mostly she's a chatty bore who's emotionally clueless.
Canada.comMay 28, 2013
A head-scratcher of a comedy starring the increasingly enigmatic Sandra Bullock.
Cleveland Plain DealerMay 28, 2013
Bullock, as both co-producer and star, makes sure All About Steve sparkles with easy laughs.
Empire MagazineMay 28, 2013
On paper, a crazy romcom starring Sandra Bullock and Bradley Cooper could only be a good thing. Wrong.
Austin ChronicleMay 28, 2013
Kooky? Hardly. Cringing? Most assuredly.
TV GuideMay 28, 2013
It's so bad, you might feel a little sorry for Bullock -- but don't take pity on her. Watching All About Steve will only make you feel worse.
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