All About Steve Sandra Bullock, Bradley Cooper, Thomas Haden Church Director: Phil Traill Relentlessly unfunny, ham-fisted and utterly uninspired, All About Steve's one saving grace is that it clocks in at just under 90 minutes - even less if you put the fast-forward button to good use. Sandra Bullock appears here in 'wacky' mode as an apparent crossword-designing genius - but one who can't seem to get out of the way of her own two feet as she bumbles through life. The film follows her as she heads across the country trying to convince the man of her dreams, a TV cameraman played by Bradley Cooper (below with Bullock), that they are made for each other. But your sympathies lie with him all the way. Save yourself, man. Run. Bullock has done some admirable work in her long career but seeing her reduced to this sort of pap makes you wonder where her friends are. Surely someone should have had a word. The reliable Thomas Haden Church has a few bright moments, but Cooper plays a sort of B-Grade Matthew McConaughey, which in fact makes him about a D-Grade. Extras: Commentary with writer Kim Barker, Bullock, Haden Church, Cooper, Ken Jeong and director Traill; deleted/alternate scenes; gag reel with commentary; Hollywood Dish with Mina Mitcheletti; All about All About Steve; crew snapshots to Mary's rap; Fox Movie Channel presents Life After Film School with Phil Traill.