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Paul Blart Mall Cop 1

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A commercial center is attacked by a group of organized robbers. It is wondered that whether the police protector - Paul Blart can afford to save the center from these criminals or not.
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Reel Film Reviews
...a hopelessly underwhelming comedy...
July 31, 2009
In places the plot sags a bit and some jokes don't quite hit their mark or tickle the funny bone as much as they're obviously meant to.
May 06, 2011
James is much better than a lot of his contemporaries at this, eschewing over-the-top clowning for actual humanity. But it all gets thrown out the window in the second half. Maybe he'll do better next time.
April 25, 2011
Digital Spy
Save for its dalliance with the everyman action movie, there's no surprises in Paul Blart: Mall Cop, another largely listless comedy from Sandler's Happy Madison production company.
July 14, 2011
Neither good enough to to really cheer for nor bad enough to really care about trashing it, it exists in that room-temperature middle where nothing feels like it matters.
April 04, 2011
Unfunny, unoriginal and tedious - Mall Cop is successful only at living up to the standard set by past films that have begun with the words 'A Happy Madison Production'.
July 30, 2009
At the Movies
Once you've seen about the first 20 minutes of the movie, you've got a sense of what all of the jokes were going to be.
January 20, 2009
Time Out
Unmemorable, unfunny and unoriginal.
November 18, 2011
Rolling Stone
Shoot me now!
February 03, 2011