Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2


Action / Comedy / Crime / Family

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Delia Sheppard as Wealthy Woman
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Lauren Ash as Mindy
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Neal McDonough as Vincent Sofel
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Jackie Sandler as Attractive Lady
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749.39 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 34 min
P/S 0 / 5
1.43 GB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 34 min
P/S 0 / 12

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by lorenwschroeder10 / 10

Blart Side of the Moon

Don't get me wrong, this is a terrible movie. The only reason to watch it is when it is on mute and is synched up with Pink Floyd's "Dark Side of the Moon". Trust me, that is an experience!

Reviewed by studioAT1 / 10


Well this is just poor quite frankly.

The first one, while not being great, at least made sense, and you rooted for the main character.

This is contrast is just weak. The lovely ending of the first is quickly shot through, and Paul becomes increasingly unlikeable as the film progresses.

Sometimes the powers that be should just be grateful a film was a hit, and not try and milk it with a sequel.

Reviewed by SnoopyStyle2 / 10

Blart gets even more unlikeable

Paul Blart (Kevin James) happily marries Amy but she divorces him a week later. His mom gets run over by a milk truck. He seeks comfort from his mall security job. He's invited to speak at the security officers' convention in Las Vegas. He takes his daughter Maya (Raini Rodriguez) on the trip but she's reluctant to tell her over-protective father about her college acceptance. There is an ominous new guest Vincent Sofel (Neal McDonough) at the hotel. Divina Martinez (Daniella Alonso) is the beautiful hostess.

Did Paul Blart get more mean-spirited? It's understandable after Amy leaves him and his mother is killed. It doesn't make him or the movie more appealing. The character starts off at a deficit already but at least, his love for Amy in the first movie is adorable. This time around there is nothing likable left. The only cute thing in this movie is Divina's insistence to deny her infatuation with Blart.

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