Paul Blart Mall Blarb 2 –
I don’t get why everybody hates the Paul Blart movies. I don’t get why this one in particular has a 6% on the Rotten Tomatoes meter. It tells me that the Rotten Tomatoes meter is kind of broken. Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2 may aim really low on the comedic scale but it accomplishes everything it sets out to do. These are the cinematic equivalent of an America’s Funniest Home Videos highlights reel, and I for one find them hilarious. If you watch this on cable or get it through Redbox for a dollar and two quarters, you’ll get to see Kevin James run straight into an invisible glass door, fall down a flight of stairs in a suitcase and nail a bad guy on the way, defeat a smaller, nimbler henchman by rolling all over her on his back, dispatch another henchman by swerving madly on his segway, and do a lot of other incredibly stupid things I’ll refrain from spoiling because they really cracked me up when they happened.
I’m tellin’ you, that Harley Quinn movie is going to be amazing.
Wikipedia says that The Chronicles of Riddick was panned upon release but has since amassed a “cult” following. Taking what appears on Wikipedia with a grain of salt, I would beseech anyone who admires this film devotedly to find a better sci-fi groupie club to support. Look at The Fifth Element, look at Bill and Ted, look at the Tron franchise, look at Firefly, look at Star Trek in all its iterations. Join the cult of any of these universes, join any of the more mainstream nerd communities – Star Wars, The X-Files, Alien, Transformers –, even join the cult of Buckaroo Banzai, but for the love of God, do not allow a Riddick cult to ever become a reality.
Someone else made this.