Sometimes, a script isn't worth the recycled paper its printed on. Within the first 2 minutes of a comedy, the audience should know WHO the story is about. Within the first 20 minutes, they should pretty much know WHAT hi-jinks they are going to get into. 20 minutes into Some Like it Hot-kapow, moviegoers know that Joe and Jerry are unemployed actors who have to disguise themselves in drag to escape the mob. With All About Steve, moviegoers get to know their screwball lead character and where the hell she's headed only after sitting through a tortuous 90 minutes. Worse, she really wasn't worth getting to know. Your reviewer gets the feeling that Billy Wilder, let alone first-time director Phil Traill, could not have passed this piece of shit off as the ice cream it pretends to be.
In this PG-13-rated screwball comedy, Bullock falls head over heels for Cooper's TV cameraman after one blind date and follows him and his crew (Thomas Hayden Church, Ken Jeong) around the country.
Sandra Bullock has officially made the worst movie on her CV. Her character is supposed to be a highly intelligent crossword puzzle writer who is mistaken for a kooky stalker. There is no mistake about it-the character IS a kooky stalker. And sadly, Bradley's Cooper's wooden cameraman is so uninteresting that he isn't worth a 'hello' let alone stalking. It is so awful that Rhonda Shear would have passed it up for bad movie showcase USA Up All Night back in the day.
Bottom line: All about nothing.