Ken Jeong

BULLOCK'S GOT A LOT TO SAY IN INEPT, MANIPULATIVE COMEDY

When you learn that Sandra Bullock produced as well as stars in "All About Steve," you can't help wondering, "What was she thinking?" In a film that comes on like a madcap romance but settles swiftly into inept crazy comedy, she looks as bland and thin as a bleached pretzel stick and acts as if she were starring in a medical cartoon about logorrhea.

Yes, I mean logorrhea: according to Webster's New World, Second College Edition, "n., excessive talkativeness, especially when incoherent and uncontrollable." (I'm amazed that definition didn't make it into the script, a cross between a dictionary and a bad issue of Mad magazine.) Bullock's character,...

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