Predictable & at times somewhat mindless, but Bullock does well!
Just one of those movies I secretly like to watch.
over 2 years
Funny and witty and amazing. Loved this movie. "Describe your perfect date..."
over 4 years
An example of how a star's charm can rescue a film. Bullock at the top of her game.
over 5 years
Hilariously stupid, something I love to watch for a few good laughs.
over 6 years
Pretty awful but I still watch it whenever it's on TV...
over 6 years
I saw this expecting a few laughs. It was the pits, and trite antifeministic pap to boot.
A nice sweet-ish film. Storyline and romance are pretty predictable and kinda cute.
over 7 years
Always a fun movie to watch and still makes me laugh
Miss Congeniality is a 2000 American police comedy film directed by Donald Petrie, written by Marc Lawrence, Katie Ford, and Caryn Lucas, and starring Sandra Bullock, Michael Caine, Benjamin Bratt, and Candice Bergen.
The film opens at a school where a boy is picking on another. We see Gracie Hart as a child who beats up the bully and tries to help the victim (whom she liked), who instead, criticizes her by saying he disliked her because he did not want a girl to help him. She promptly punches the boy in the nose and sulks in the playground.
We go forward in time to where Gracie Hart (Sandra Bullock) works for the Federal Bureau of Investigation with Eric Matthews (Benjamin Bratt) as a Special Agent. We see her on a mission where she does not follow orders from her superior and tries to stop their target from choking. Because of her actions one of her squad gets shot. She is put on a desk job.
The bureau receives a threat against the 75th annual Miss United States beauty pageant in...