After moving his family back to his hometown to be with his friends and their kids, Lenny finds out that between old bullies, new bullies, schizo bus drivers, drunk cops on skis, and 400 costumed party crashers sometimes crazy follows you.
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.
Prior to filming, Bas Rutten met a man at a party who tried to claim that he knew a unique form of "Street Karate" which had a special routine of fight moves that had "saved his life six or seven times" from attackers in the past. Oblivious to the fact that Rutten was a professional martial artist, the man then demonstrated the his routine, which consisted of a string of obviously choreographed and impractical head-butts, knee strikes and stamps. Rutten was so amused by this mans obvious lie that he incorporated the man's alleged "routine" into his Niko's dance class in the film. See more »
When Scott Voss is riding his motorcycle to the school, he is wearing boots. When he opens the window and enters the classroom he is wearing sneakers. See more »
I had low expectations for this given the plot (which you can't take seriously) and figured the best parts were shown in the trailers. I must say I was pleasantly surprised.
The plot is all very predictable but really who cares for this type of movie. The dialog is not that sharp (Seven Psychopaths it is not) and while some parts are a little corny, the film is light hearted, does not take itself too seriously and is excellent entertainment if you want to switch off your brain at the end of the week.
This film moves at a good pace, is funny throughout, with some real laugh out loud moments, and leaves you with a good feeling at the end.
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