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Film Review: ‘Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2’

Film Review: ‘Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2’
Nothing aired by WikiLeaks could possibly be more destructive to Sony’s reputation than the release of “Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2,” the sort of movie that goes beyond mere mediocrity to offer possible evidence of a civilization in decline. Predicated, like the 2009 original, on the repeated spectacle of Kevin James falling on his face or colliding with a series of heavy objects, this tacky, numbingly inane sequel also functions as a veritable product-placement playground — only this time, the playground isn’t a New Jersey shopping mecca but rather the Wynn Las Vegas & Encore Resort, whose participation saved the studio some $4.2 million in Nevada tax credits. And a good thing, too, insofar as the result is expected to post respectable numbers while falling short of the first pic’s $146 million domestic B.O. haul.

Falling short, of course, is what that lovable loser Paul Blart (James) does again and again — quite literally,
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Men of a Certain Age: TNT Renews Show for Season Two

TNT has faith in their freshman series Men of a Certain Age. So much that they've decided to renew it for a second season before the first one is only half aired.

Men of a Certain Age follows the lives of three male friends who are adjusting to the challenges of middle age. The show stars Ray Romano, Andre Braugher, and Scott Bakula, and also features Norma Jean, Braeden Lemasters, Matt Price, Brittany Curran, Brian J. White, Shelly Desai, Lisa Gay Hamilton, Little Jj, Kwesi Boakye, Penelope Ann Miller, and Michael Hitchcock.

The series debuted to big numbers on December 7th, attracting 5.4 million viewers. That represented ad-supported cable's top launch of 2009 for households and those ages 25-54 (a natural demographic for the series).

The numbers have dropped significantly since the premiere, with the most recent installment hitting a series
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Official Website and Trailer Launch For 'Rise of the Reeker'

We just discovered the official website for Dave Payne's Reeker follow-up, No Man's Land: The Rise Of The Reeker, which features not only a few more stills, but also the trailer for the film! Check it out, it's actually a pretty damn cool website! Arriving on DVD October 14th from Lionsgate and Ghost House Underground, a Sheriff and his son try to apprehend bank robbers on their way to Mexico only to find that they are both being stalked by a far more deadly enemy, the fire-wielding Reeker. Desmond Askew, Lew Temple, Valerie Cruz, Robert Pine, Stephen Martines, Mircea Monroe, Michael Muhney, Wilmer Calderon, Alejandro Patino and Shelly Desai all star.
See full article at Bloody-Disgusting.com »

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