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Paul Blart: Mall Cop

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Paul Blart: Mall Cop

Steve Carr (2009)

PG Certificate


Our Score
After playing the lovable patsy in Hitch and long-running US sitcom The King of Queens, Kevin James retains his amiable buffoon character here, as a gauche mall cop with ambitions to be a state trooper. This time, however, the jokes, like the man, are much broader. Acting the tough guy on a two-wheeled electric scooter and suffering from hyperglycemia (which makes him fall asleep when he's low on sugar), James finds it hard to impress the girl of his dreams (played by a bored-looking Jayma Mays). And his bumbling exploits are just as uninspiring for anyone else watching the film until the plot bursts into some sort of life with the arrival of a gang of acrobatic robbers that lays siege to the mall. At least, James provides some fun spoofing action flicks like Die Hard by doing a lot of running, jumping and getting stuck in an air vent. Thankfully, the fat gags aren't too cruel and his boundless enthusiasm makes him easy to root for. It's just a shame the film takes so long for his slapstick talents to shine.


A single father is determined to become a police officer but fails the medical because he is overweight. To compensate, he goes to absurd lengths to succeed in his job as a security guard, but when criminals lay siege to his place of work, he finds his opportunity to prove his worth to law enforcement. Comedy, starring Kevin James and Keir O'Donnell.

Cast & Crew

Paul Blart Kevin James
Amy Jayma Mays
Veck Sims Keir O'Donnell
Commander Kent Bobby Cannavale
Stuart Stephen Rannazzisi
Mom Shirley Knight
Maya Blart Raini Rodriguez
Director Steve Carr
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Other Information

Language: English Colour Theatrical distributor: Sony Pictures Guidance: Violence. Available on: Available on DVD and BluRay Released on: 20 Mar 2009


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