I'm not going to see it, so I can't fully comment, but when a trailer doesn't make me laugh, and instead roll my eyes, I don't think it deserves consideration. The crew force shoppers to exit the mall and strategically place motion sensors around each entrance to detect any attempt to enter or exit the building. Simms enters the room, capturing Blart and forcing him to give up the credit card codes he recorded on his cell phone. As police raid the mall to apprehend the criminals and rescue the hostages, Blart borrows a display minivan and joins Kent in pursuing Simms to the airport, where he is attempting to escape to the. It was nice and refreshing to see a movie that can be funny without the aid of bathroom humor or drug use. Apart from a few cuss words, Mall Cop was a clean movie. .
There was not a lot of objectionable content in it, but there where a few things. Paul is every awkward, bullied, marginalized boy who feels helpless to change his situation. The kids said well its not really that bad its only a small part of it mostly its a good movie dad. I was in shock as I was watching this. He demonstrates bravery and selflessness in the call of duty, putting himself in harm's way when necessary.
The bar scene was way too long. Along the lines of acting and moviemaking, it was pretty good, though I thought the main bad guy was not the best actor. That is a really negative feature of the film that did not need to be there at all! Loved the music throughout the film, as well. It was sort of entertaining, but I found it slightly unrealistic at some parts. Great wholesome character Paul Blart and his family , and a keeper! Of course, Paul is locked in the mall and, on his home turf, is able to fight off the bad guys. The movie starts off slow, but ends in a funny tone. Paul's young daughter, Maya, is very sweet and encouraging toward her father.
While I expected some mild violence, my kids even commented that there way was too much violence in the movie. I found myself, along with everyone else in the theater, cheering on Paul Bart, the most unlikely hero. Allow me to explain: 1. Were it not for a smattering of profanity and a few sexual double entendres, this could've been that fun and funny family version of Die Hard you've always wished somebody would make! I recommend that all families get this movie and watch it My Ratings: Moral rating: Excellent! There was a bar scene. Aspiring to join the , he trains at the police academy, but his medical condition causes him to collapse, therefore failing the exam. He takes his own personal oath to defend the mall.
I read the review to see if it was okay for my kids to go and it is not. Paul Blart is a mall cop who dreams of eventually being a police officer. A living legend in this universe played by a living legend. It has a good moral backing to it. It only hindered my sexuality in relation to my religion.
It is now widely considered that about half of the writings attributed to Paul, may have been written by someone else because of Paul's contradictions with his own teachings. In Peter and James writings they quite often contradict things written by Paul to the various churches and in Acts, they both have accounted disagreements with him. We were all dying of laughter on multiple occasions. In one scene, Paul gets in a fight with a woman shopper. I think there are more family-friendly choices for movie goers currently playing.
Garfield, Susan Farese, Jeffrey Corazzini, Patrick Mel Hayes, Vincent J. As they fight, her midriff is exposed, and you see her bra. Although funny at times, it quickly grew to be just another thing to occupy screen time. Some of the aerial stunts, such as Blart being attacked in the scenic elevator, were performed at the in , as the Burlington Mall's construction did not allow for some of these stunts. His only encouragement comes from home.
Presenting a fictional world with absolutely no sex, violence, language, etc. I'm not going to see it, so I can't fully comment, but when a trailer doesn't make me laugh, and instead roll my eyes, I don't think it deserves consideration. Paul is a decent, clean-living guy with a clearly defined sense of right and wrong. Paul takes his job very seriously, which becomes clear as he trains a new recruit. You know what I mean? Paul gets drunk, there is plenty of swearing, and a woman with her shirt half torn off. Paul meets and stammers his way into a sweet friendship with Amy, a pretty young woman who runs a kiosk in the mall. He crashes through the bar window.
And mean-spirited bullies some armed as heavily as Paul's onscreen rivals in this post-Columbine culture seem to be lurking around every corner. He gets loopy, consumes some fruity mixed drinks and proceeds to embarrass himself. But, it turned out to be really boring and really immature. The film was the second best opening of all-time for the , behind 2008's. We are privileged to do the work we do, and are continually thankful for the generosity and support from you, our loyal readers, listeners and friends.