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Sandra Bullock Is Not “The Lady From Bird Box,” Children

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Bird Box is taking over everyone’s holiday season, and with that comes the knowledge that not everyone is well versed in the career of Sandy B. One of our greatest living actresses, Sandra Bullock has had quite the career in Hollywood and continues to make incredible movies. So, to see people on Twitter calling her “the lady from Bird Box” gave us all quite a shock.

To counteract this absurdity, the rest of us started sharing our favorite Sandra Bullock movies.

I, myself, love Sandra Bullock and all her work, so I had to share some of my favorites!

The thing is, though, we understand that there are some people in the world who may not know who she is.

That doesn’t mean we have to like it.

Especially when she has such iconic movies as Miss Congeniality and more!

Because, if anything, Bullock is one of our greatest living actors.

And we can’t forget this iconic moment of her career.

In 2019, let’s be better. Let’s not call Sandy B “the lady from Bird Box.

Because we, as a society, know that if you don’t know Sandra Bullock and her very long career, you may be a young one.

Please go watch Practical Magic. Do it for me.

(image: Netflix)

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