Paul Blart: Mall Cop

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  • Comedy about a hapless mall security manager
  • Comedy about a hapless mall security manager

Movie Info & Cast


Paul Blart, a single, suburban dad, tries to make ends meet as a security officer at a New Jersey mall. It's a job he takes very seriously, though no one else does. When Santa's helpers at the mall stage a coup, shutting down the megaplex and taking hostages (Paul's daughter and sweetheart among them), Jersey's most formidable mall cop will have to become a real cop to save the day.


  • Kevin James
  • Keir O'Donnell
  • Jayma Mays
  • Raini Rodriguez
  • Shirley Knight
  • Stephen Rannazzisi
  • Peter Gerety
  • Bobby Cannavale
  • Adam Ferrara
  • Jamal Mixon

Did You Know?


  • During filming, the film crew would allow Kevin James' wife Steffiana De La Cruz and two kids to go shopping around the Burlington Mall (film location in Massachusetts), while he would continue to finish filming his scenes.
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  • When Paul first talks to Amy, an attractive girl walks through the shot and past Paul. It cuts back to Amy, and then back to Paul, it shows the attractive girl walk past him again.
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    • [from trailer]
    • [talking to himself]
    • Paul Blart: What are you trained to do? Nothing...
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Great comics from Jerry Lewis to Peter Sellers have turned pathetic into comedic. But James never seems to able to get beyond pathetic.

Metacritic review by Kirk Honeycutt
Kirk Honeycutt
The Hollywood Reporter

It's as slam-bang preposterous as any R-rated comedy you can name. It's just that Paul Blart and the film's other characters don't feel the need to use the f-word as the building block of every sentence.

Metacritic review by Roger Ebert
Roger Ebert
Chicago Sun-Times

It's fine for kids, though, and it doesn't try too hard.

Metacritic review by Kyle Smith
Kyle Smith
New York Post