Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2


Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2

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Bathed in flop sweat and bereft of purpose, Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2 strings together fat-shaming humor and Segway sight gags with uniformly unfunny results.



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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. (C) Sony

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Kevin James
as Paul Blart
Raini Rodriguez
as Maya Blart
Neal McDonough
as Vincent Sofel
Daniella Alonso
as Divina Martinez
Eduardo Verástegui
as Eduardo Furtillo
Gary Valentine
as Saul Gundermutt
Ana Gasteyer
as Mrs. Gundermutt
Nicholas Turturro
as Nick Panero
Loni Love
as Donna Ericone
Shelly Desai
as Khan Mubi
Vic Dibitetto
as Gino Chizetti
D.B. Woodside
as Robinson
Bob Clendenin
as Muhrtelle
Jackie Benoit
as Elderly Maid
Eric Genuis
as Pianist
Jackie Sandler
as Attractive Lady
Steve Wynn
as Himself
Andrea Wynn
as Herself
Greg Vaccariello
as Police Officer
Daniel Guire
as Police Officer
Chris Monty
as Segway Employee
Scott Henry
as Agent Jenkins
Ryan Parsons
as Agent Parsons
Max Alexander
as Security Rep
Mike Burton
as Security Rep
George Klein
as Security Rep
Richie Minervini
as Security Rep
Paula Trickey
as Casino Waitress
Nichelle Hines
as VIP Receptionist
John Joseph
as Craps Dealer
Sean Christie
as Craps Shooter
Javier DelPrado
as Craps Stickman
Rob Magnotti
as Gamber #1
Chris Titone
as Gambler #2
Leif Manson
as Mini Ace Frehley
Zachary Morris
as Mini Gene Simmons
Joe Childs
as Mini Peter Criss
Brian Thoe
as Mini Paul Stanley
Daryl Morris
as Stern Man
Mark DellaGrotte
as Casino Security
Deven May
as Casino Security
Todd Garner
as Father of Little Girl
James K. Shea
as Little Girl
Sienna James
as Sister of Little Girl
LaToya Tonodeo
as Lady in Casino
Ryan Hanna King
as Vincent's Team
Gabriel E. Nunez
as Vincent's Team
Cory DeMeyers
as Vincent's Team
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Audience Reviews for Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2

  • Jun 05, 2016
    I think because I go into films like this expecting the worst I end up enjoying them more than I should, This is literally the same as the first only set in Vegas, Full of recycled jokes from the first and offers very little else, If you liked the first then by all means watch it but it won't win over any new fans.
    Jamie C Super Reviewer
  • Nov 05, 2015
    Trash. Nauseating. Continuity errors. Glad I saw it for free. This is for the lowest... fodder.
    Vincent T Super Reviewer
  • Aug 10, 2015
    I mean what is there to really say? It is what it is. In the never ending vein of comedy sequels, one that is not warranted will always be in the mix. This time, "Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2" ladies and gentlemen. Kevin James once again proves why he is just an unlikable actor. Sure, he has had a few hits and/or decent performances, but when he continues to lead films like this, it only furthers his downward spiral. This time, Pul Blart is invited to a convention in Las Vegas, where he is lead to believe he will be receiving an award. Like every other cliche in the movie, of course a conflict had to happen. Paul Blart becomes the hero taking down bad guys again, and it is as unfunny as it is unnecessary. This film defines why we no longer need sequels to comedies, especially ones that never worked in the first place. There is not much to say about this picture really. It's script is horribly lazy, it's direction is un-inspired, and the comedy is slim to none. There is a forced attempt to make you care about the father daughter relationship, but it keeps going back and forth to the point that I didn't care. In the end, you know exactly what to expect going in, nothing good.
    KJ P Super Reviewer
  • Jul 19, 2015
    "Always bet on Blart!" Even worse than the original, Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2 is a clichéd and formulaic screwball comedy that doesn't deliver any laughs. Starting with an immediately reversal of the happy ending from the last film by having his wife divorce him in the prolog (which is a horrible way to begin), Paul Blart is now a has been whose 15 minutes of fame has past; but he's forced to taken on a gang of thieves once again, while attending a security convention in Las Vegas, when his daughter is taken hostage. The writing is incredibly awful; featuring cheesy character stereotypes and horrendous dialog. And Kevin James seems to be phoning in his performance, and doesn't have any charm. In fact, none of the performances are any good. Also, the sketch comedy and slapstick comes off as extremely lame. Paul Bart: Mall Cop 2 is an atrocious film, and what happens in Vegas should stay in Vegas.
    Dann M Super Reviewer

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