Sandra Bullock has hit out at the poor standard of romantic comedy films, insisting her turn in TWO WEEKS NOTICE was the pinnacle of the genre. The actress has starred in a string of rom-coms throughout her 22 year long career including “Miss Congeniality,” which saw her play a cop-turned-beauty-queen and fantasy film “Practical Magic.”

But Bullock is convinced the 2002 movie, in which she starred alongside Hugh Grant, spelled the end of the genre – because the quality of the movies made now is “c**p”. She says, “They’re not funny, they’re not romantic, they’re not written well for women anymore. It was basically all c**p. I did the last good one. I’m done.”