After six years of keeping our malls safe, Paul Blart has earned a well-deserved vacation. He heads to Vegas with his teenage daughter before she heads off to college. But safety never takes a holiday and when duty calls, Blart answers.
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"Not today death, not today" LMFAO 'Pain is my co-pilot' - my mantra. The Joseph Conrad's Heart of Darkness quote (“We live as we dream--alone....") wrapping the best 'we're not losers' pitch ever, all o' that on a Kevin James film? :o Maya Blart mad MacGyver skills.'What's with the cape?':just came from the barber's" & "I'm actually dating someone.Oh please ma'am, I practically invented the fake boyfriend thing."LOL
Unsurprisingly bad, an easy assumption to make seeing as our hero falls down four times in the film's main trailer, but surprisingly more mean-spirited than its predecessor. The first film focused on a genial, relatable Blart, and in this film, he turned into a pompous, manipulative narcissist who does more to influence a negative stereotype of mall cops than to get us, the public, to side with them.
i'm not sure what i really expected from this movie as i havent seen kevin james in a movie before but i guess i thought it would be a real slapstick comedy horn banana peel movie. i found the scene at the very beginning when his mum is fucking merked by a milk van a good idea of what the rest of the movie would be like. kevin seems so over it and unenthusiastic that it seems his punishment is getting fat shamed.