Sandra Bullock Should Have Said No to The Proposal

Sandra Bullock has loads of screen appeal. Now if she could just find a good vehicle for it

Ryan Renolds and Sandra Bullock star in The Proposal

If Hollywood were to crown a king and queen of nice movie stars, Sandra Bullock would be on a throne next to Tom Hanks. She's been a headliner since the mid-1990s (she turns 45 in July) without incurring the hatred or envy of the town's rapier-tongued gossips. Apparently she is kind to children, dogs and the little people on the set. Onscreen, Bullock personifies the wholesome, working-class common sense of the ideal friend or girlfriend. From her first hits, Speed and While You Were Sleeping, she knew how to get laughs and produce tears with equal, unforced agility. And with Julia...

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