'Miss Congeniality 2'

<b>"Miss Congeniality 2: Armed and Fabulous"</b><br>
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Save for the 2005 Oscar-winning best film "Crash," most of Sandra Bullock's film choices of late have been pretty anemic. Especially this 2005 bloated sequel to her 2000 hit "Miss Congeniality." The first installment wasn't exactly brilliant comedy, but Bullock gave it the old college try and had solid support from Michael Caine, Candice Bergen and William Shatner. But this time around, even Sandy can't save this fizzling farce,  which finds FBI agent Gracie Hart dealing with the fact that she's become so famous after she impersonated a beauty queen contestant that she's turned into a PR diva for the FBI. ("Armed and Fabulous" isn't even as good as Bullock's other sequel, the lamebrain "Speed 2.")

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"Miss Congeniality 2: Armed and Fabulous"

Save for the 2005 Oscar-winning best film "Crash," most of Sandra Bullock's film choices of late have been pretty anemic. Especially this 2005 bloated sequel to her 2000 hit "Miss Congeniality." The first installment wasn't exactly brilliant comedy, but Bullock gave it the old college try and had solid support from Michael Caine, Candice Bergen and William Shatner. But this time around, even Sandy can't save this fizzling farce, which finds FBI agent Gracie Hart dealing with the fact that she's become so famous after she impersonated a beauty queen contestant that she's turned into a PR diva for the FBI. ("Armed and Fabulous" isn't even as good as Bullock's other sequel, the lamebrain "Speed 2.")

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