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Leslie R (jp) wrote: Worst Paul Rudd movie/character ever. Lame. Lame. Lame. I couldn't get through the whole thing. I get that it's a parody of movie cliches, but it was overdone.
Mahesh P (nl) wrote: Great acting all around. Good script with a few unexpected plot twists. Once again, the Bhatts prove that they are among the most elite production houses in the industry.
Private U (ca) wrote: Great local story that raises important issues about southern history.
Raina H (au) wrote: Very touching. I wonder why I never heard of it when it came out. Reflective and sweet without being too sappy.
Ruair C (it) wrote: So laughably bad that it's amazingly entertaining.
bill s (ca) wrote: The soul will go on.....maybe that's another movie but this is a who's who of future stars in a quaint little story.
Benjamin H (br) wrote: Not what I was expecting exactly. It is best categorized as an 80s action movie, and as many 80s action movies go, the action was pretty clunky. Death Hunt failed to raise my pulse in the slightest, and I turned it off halfway through.
EWC o (ca) wrote: Deliciously cheesy and plays out almost like a parody of cop movies. The movie itself is slow and the ending is unfocused but it is altogether a fun ride.
Marcus P (fr) wrote: Film noir at its finest.
Jacob B (au) wrote: Paul Blart: Mall Cop is a bit crappy to be honest and is a more side-splitting experience for younger audiences. However, this film still manages to have some entertainment value in it for older audiences with Kevin James actually shining pretty brightly in the role of the titular...well, Mall Cop and serves as a bit of a refresher for those seeking for a more family-friendly non-PG-13/R Happy Madison production. All in all, not really a winner in its own right but not exactly a loser either.