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Format: DVD
Sku: 212636814
UPC: 024543533337
UPC 14: 00024543533337
Rating: Game Rating Code
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From The Producer Of Miss Congeniality
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-country hunt for breaking news and soon finds herself entangled in the story.

"Refreshingly quirky comedy.  Chuck Wilson, LA Weekly

Editor's Note
A brilliant crossword-puzzle designer travels across the country in hopes of convincing a CNN cameraman that the pair is meant to be together, only to find her quest taking an unexpected turn in this romantic comedy starring Sandra Bullock, Bradley Cooper, and Thomas Haden Church. Despite the fact that she has only gone on one short date with the man, a love-struck puzzle creator becomes enamored with a successful cameraman and follows him to a series of media events in hopes that the feeling is mutual. While she is saddened to discover that it is not, she soon becomes involved with a group of misfits who selflessly accept her at face value. First-time feature filmmaker Phil Traill directs a screenplay penned by LICENSE TO WED scribe Kim Barker.


Video Features DVD, Widescreen, Aspect Ratio 1.85:1, English, French, Spanish, Subtitled, Dubbed, No Longer Produced

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Release Information
Video Mfg Name Studio: Foxvideo
Video Release Date Release Date: 2/22/2011
Video Play Time Running Time: 99 minutes
Video Release Year Original Release Date: 2009
Video UPC UPC: 00024543533337
Video Number of Discs Number of Discs: 1

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Video Audio Spec Available Audio Tracks:
Video Color Spec Video: Color

Aspect Ratio
Video Aspect Ratio Widescreen  1.85:1
Entertainment Reviews
Expert Review All About Steve - DVD Review
By: Bill Gibron DVD Reviews
Published on: 12/11/2009 12:42 AM
It has been a very good year for Bradley Cooper and Sandra Bullock. He starred in one of 2009's certified smashes, the Vegas-themed laugh riot The Hangover. She reestablished her commercial credibility by turning the summer rom-com The Proposal into an honest-to-goodness hit. So putting them together in another studio comedy should equal big time box office gold, right? Well, not exactly. That's because All About Steve is a real risk for all the talent involved, both behind and in front of the camera. This surreal creation is built around one of the most maddening and borderline unbearable characters ever conceived: Mary Horowitz (Bullock) is a nerdy cruciverbalist. She creates crossword puzzles for a the full review
Expert Review All About Steve - DVD Review
By: writnkitten Reviews
Published on: 12/21/2009 4:51 PM
I’ve adored Sandra Bullock ever since she played a nerdy scientist in Love Potion No. 9. She further charmed me with her roles in Speed, While You Were Sleeping, Hope Floats, Forces of Nature, Two Weeks Notice, Miss Congeniality, and, most recently, The Proposal. Heck, I even liked her in Two if By Sea, In Love and War, and The Lake House. I always thought she could do no wrong. Until I watched All About Steve, that is. Any charm Bullock might have been able to muster in this film is lost in silly scenarios, frat-boy humor, and, for the most part, mean the full review

Cast & Crew

Video Cast Info Sandra Bullock
Video Cast Info Thomas Haden Church
Video Cast Info Ken Jeong
Video Cast Info Keith David
Video Cast Info M.C. Gainey
Video Cast Info DJ Qualls
Video Cast Info Beth Grant
Video Cast Info Howard Hesseman
Video Cast Info Bradley Cooper
Video Cast Info Kim Barker - Screenwriter
Video Cast Info Sandra Bullock - Producer
Video Cast Info Mary McLaglen - Producer
Video Cast Info Ted Field - Executive Producer
Video Cast Info Nick Osborne - Executive Producer
Video Cast Info Trevor Engelson - Executive Producer
Video Cast Info Tim Suhrstedt - Director of Photography
Video Cast Info Christophe Beck - Composer
Video Cast Info Phil Traill - Director

Professional Reviews

Box Office
3 stars out of 5 -- "supported by a more than competent cast and full of solid and unpredictable verbal jokes....More a personal journey than it is a romance..." 09/04/2009

Chicago Sun-Times 6 of 10
It is not much fun to laugh at a crazy person. None, I would say. Sandra Bullock plays a character who is bonkers in All About Steve, which is billed as a comedy but more resembles a perplexing public display of irrational behavior. Seeing her run around as a basket case makes you appreciate Lucille Ball, who could play a dizzy dame and make you like her. Overacting is risky even in a screwball comedy. Perhaps especially...Bullock plays Mary Horowitz, a crossword puzzle constructor who knows a vast number of words and how they're spelled, but not much about how they might enlighten her. Because her apartment has to be fumigated, she moves back home with her parents. The headline here is how she earned enough to move out in the first place. I may be mistaken, but I think of crossword puzzle construction as more of a second job for smart people...You see what I mean. The point comes when we're rolling our eyes right along with Mary. But don't get me wrong. I am fond of Sandra Bullock. I've liked many of her films, as recently as this summer (The Proposal). But how does she choose her material? If she does it herself, she needs an agent. If it's done by an agent, she needs to do it herself...The screenplay by Kim Barker requires Bullock to behave in an essentially disturbing way that began to wear on me. It begins as merely peculiar, moves on to miscalculation and becomes seriously annoying. One of its most unfortunate elements is seeing Bullock so stranded and helpless in would-be comic frenzy. An actress should never, ever, be asked to run beside a van in red disco boots for more than about half a block, and then only if her child is being kidnapped. - Roger Ebert

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