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Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2

Following the events at West Orange Pavilion Mall, Paul Blart is recovering from several misfortunes. His wife Amy divorced him six days into their marriage, and two years later, his mother Margaret was killed after being hit by a milk truck. To feel better, Paul takes pride in patrolling the mall. He receives an invitation to a security officers' convention in Las Vegas and begins to believe his luck is about to change. His daughter, Maya, discovers that she was accepted into UCLA and plans to move across the country to Los Angeles, but in light of her father's invitation, she decides to withhold the information for now.

Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2

In an October 2012 interview, James said that he liked the idea of filming the sequel at the Mall of America.[25] Principal photography commenced on April 21, 2014, at Wynn Las Vegas, and ended on June 26, 2014.[26][27][28] It is the first time that Steve Wynn has allowed a commercial film to be shot at this property.[29] For the only scene involving the West Orange Pavilion Mall (shown at the beginning of the film), the only exterior shot of the mall is deleted stock footage of the Burlington Mall taken from the first film, while all interior shots were filmed in Fashion Show Mall in Las Vegas.[citation needed]

In rating the film zero stars, Christy Lemire of wrote, "Truly, there is not a single redeeming moment in director Andy Fickman's film. A general flatness and lethargy permeate these reheated proceedings."[39] Kevin P. Sullivan of Entertainment Weekly gave the film a D and called it "far from the worst movie that you'll ever see", though he wondered why people would bother watching it.[40] Peter Howell of the Toronto Star gave the film a half a star out of four, saying: "Caddyshack 2. Exorcist 2. Speed 2. To this small sample of the ever-expanding list of wretched movie sequels, add Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2, a gobsmackingly witless excuse for entertainment."[41] Andy Webster of The New York Times described the film as inoffensive but familiar.[42]

After six years of keeping our malls safe, Paul Blart (Kevin James) 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.

Women wear low-cut tops. Sunbathers in bikinis are visible in the background during a pool scene. Paul ends up in a Cirque du Soleil-style production that boasts bare-chested, skirt-clad men and female performers wearing pretty small dresses.

Paul Blart (Kevin James) is at it again, this time in Las Vegas, where he and his high school senior daughter, Maya (Raini Rodriguez), are visiting while Blart attends a security convention. Rumor has it that he'll finally be recognized by his peers for his derring-do at his New Jersey mall six years ago. He could really use the break: His wife has left him, and his mother was run over by a milk truck. But it looks like Blart may have to wait for another moment in the sun, as he soon discovers the attendees aren't there to see him after all. Meanwhile, a thieving art collector (Neal McDonough) has made the convention's hotel far more inhospitable to Blart and his colleagues than they ever bargained for.

The two head off to Vegas and get accommodated at the Wynn Hotel. Paul meets the general manager, a pretty young woman named Divina (Daniella Alonso), though he believes she is making a pass at him, even though she is already seeing the hotel's head of security, Eduardo (Eduardo Verastegui). Maya becomes friends with the hotel's valet Lane (David Henrie). A fellow security guard named Donna (Loni Love) knows of Paul's saving of his mall and drops a hint that he may be the key note speaker that night for the other guards.

Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2 (PG) opens in theaters on April 17, 2015 and to celebrate, Sony Pictures Entertainment has some movie swag for us to give away! But first, a little about the movie starring Kevin James as mall cop Paul Blart.

In 2005, "How I Met Your Mother" premiered, introducing Henrie as Ted Mosby's son. The role was small and mostly consisted of sitting on a couch and looking into the camera as Bob Saget voiceovers played, but Henrie appeared periodically until the show's end in 2014. 041b061a72


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